I gave up on trying to eat what was supposedly healthy within about a year of starting, my energy level went way down, and so did my stamina, sleep was restless, and ambition almost non existent, and constantly exhausted.
So I made a conscious decision that I didn’t want to live longer in misery, I’d rather live a shorter life while enjoying my meals and my life. I typically eat out 2-3 times a week, and cook full, tasty meals for myself on all other days. If I’m in the mood for fast food, I go for it, although the urge isn’t very often. About once a month, to boost my veggie count, I’ll go out for Chinese food.
So my decision is to eat what makes me feel healthy, rather than what others tell me is healthy.
"Smiles are contagious, pass it on!" ~ Van_Dweller
i always look for local produce at farmers markets.
fresh is best!
local eggs, local vegetables, and local meat if any. fresh produce healthier and pays directly to farmers (or local merchants).
ooo and local honey too. i have a sweet spot for honey.
I definitely agree. I’m a meat & potatoes kind of guy, because that’s what makes me feel healthy. Fruits & veggies are great, and many other things can compliment meat & potatoes too, but without the meat & potatoes, my energy levels take a serious dive.
"Be the reason someone smiles today!" ~ Van_Dweller