Food for Thought: Changing the Way We Eat and Think About Food

Thursday, August 05, 2010

This Washington Post article shares nothing new, but it's a good reminder that how we eat can be as important as what we eat. Smaller portions of healthy, whole foods, savored with friends is the way to go - not packaged, processed foods scarfed in the drive-thru line.
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  • FITKAT2010
    I couldn't agree more. The only thing I'd add is that you need to increase calories when you switch to whole food eating. Increase also with exercise. The calories used by the body in whole foods is less than with the Standard American Diet where everything is stored in fat. Take a look at my nutrition tracker if you would like.
    3653 days ago
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