I’ve decided to plan and schedule my blog entries here.
Fitness Fridays will be the theme of the nutrition blog topics.
I’ll post on Fridays blog entries about fitness and nutrition.
The fact is:
Infirmity is not inevitable in old age.
Lifestyle habits are a significant factor in whether you remain healthy or progressively decline into ill health.
A while back in the blog I wrote about the book How to Be Well. After going on the book author’s website, I submitted a form to talk with a health coach.
For a customary fee you can get individual advice. An action plan is created for you to follow. Two weeks later there’s a follow-up talk to see how it’s going.
The fee is actually cheaper than other nutritionists charge. A 6-session package costs more. I opted for the 3-session package.
Folks: carbohydrates are my enemy. After talking with the health coach, I threw out all the grains and granola packages in my kitchen.
My plan involves scrambling eggs with veggies to have with avocado for breakfast. It’s entirely possible that having granola for breakfast had been one of the culprits in my mid-life fatigue.
You can go on the Dr. Frank Lipman (the author)’s website to research the options for talking with a health coach.
I have no guilt in having gotten rid of the grains. Bye-bye.
In one week, I will report back on how it’s been going.
How to Be Well has opened my eyes to how it’s non-negotiable to eat mostly organic food.
Not only is eating meat not-so-great for our waistlines it’s obviously not good at all for the earth. CAFOs–that is slaughterhouses–wreck the environment.
I haven’t eaten meat in over a decade. Today I’m not keen to eat chicken and turkey either unless I buy or order the organic version.
According to Frank Lipman, MD the author of How to Be Well chicken is given a chemical bath.
Chemical bath? Those words alone alarm me.
I say: opt for buying and eating organic chicken and turkey. Just Say No to Beef of any kind.
In the coming blog entries I want to thrown down another Fitness Challenge. I’ll record my own progress to motivate readers to embark on your own goal-setting routine.
Meet me in the next blog entry as I start out with Step 1: Psych.
Roundup–the Monsanto pesticide–was proven to cause cancer in a legal trial.
Farming communities have high rates of cancer. Pesticides cause all sorts of health issues.
Eating produce that’s locally grown is better if you’re able to do this.
The cost of shopping at a Greenmarket offsets the catastrophic cost of becoming ill from disease. You either pay more for healthful food or you pay more for medical costs.
After skimming pages in How to Be Well I’m committed to changing my behavior in terms of consuming food.
My goal is to persuade blog readers to buy mostly organic food.
As I see it, to eat healthfully 80 percent of the time is a great goal. I’ve talked about this 80 percent rule before in the blog.
Monsanto and the other biotech firms will stop at nothing to keep advertising GMO crops as safe and nutritious. Only GMO food isn’t better for you than organic food.
Luckily, I can buy organic food and shop at Greenmarkets where I live in New York City.
In the coming blog entry I’ll talk more about the benefits of eating mostly organic food.
This book is the real deal just like How to Make Disease Disappear.
In the coming blog entries I’m going to write about health topics touched on in How to Be Well.
It was my goal to turn back to talking about fitness and nutrition.
With January 1st coming up soon a lot of us are going to want to achieve resolutions.
As always, there’s one goal-setting book I recommend. I seem to have altered the title before in the blogs. The actual title is Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions.
This method is effective no matter the kind of behavior you seek to change.
One goal I have–I really don’t like to use the word resolution–is to create a better weekly meal plan and fitness routine.
Step 1 of the Changeology method is Psych. In order to be effective in realizing your resolution you first have to get in the mental game to do this.
Joining a gym and firing away at exercise before you engage in the Psych Step you’re going to run out of steam two months later and quit.
I’m going to end here with the truth that I’ll continue to detail in the coming blog entry: M.D.s don’t eat junk according to Frank Lipman, M.D. the author of How to Be Well.
He devotes a section of the book to GMOs which should be required reading.
I’d like to start in the next two weeks to use this blog as a forum for New Year’s goal-setting.
My aim is to show how it’s possible to realize your resolutions.