Does Everyone Have To Be A Vegetarian To Be Healthy, Lose Weight And Live Long? The quick answer is a resounding 'not necessarily'. I have watched YouTube® videos of centenarians living almost a decade or more over 100 and they don't eat what I call healthy food. But, I do say that for the most … Continue reading Do We Have To Become Vegetarians To Be Healthy, Lose Weight And Live Long?
When we know snack and junk food is not healthy for us, why would we ever eat it? If something has no value, why partake of it? Really, it makes no sense. But, we still do what we do thinking little if anything about it. Have we been 'brainwashed' by all those food advertisements? It's … Continue reading Why Eating ‘Rice and Potatoes’ is Not as Healthy as You Thought
If you eat the right foods you will most likely feel better and lose weight. Furthermore, like those in other societies who eat this way, chances are in your favor you will probably live longer. I lost fifty pounds eating differently. Now, I too eat a plant based whole food diet. It might not seem … Continue reading Reasons to eat healthy
Learning how to eat healthy can be confusing, especially when we listen to the mainstream media. For example, on TV, they want their advertisers to sell their food products so they too can make money. Don't listen to them. Do your own health research and listen to you, instead. It has been proven eating healthier … Continue reading How to Eat Healthy and Thrive
You've likely heard confusing information about what 'vegetarians and vegans' are and may not know the true difference between the two. More importantly, some of their food choices are health destroyers. For example, a frosted doughnut qualifies as 'vegan and vegetarian'. Doughnuts are deep-fried in 'trans fat'. No good. Did you know that trans fat … Continue reading Plant based whole food: The way to weight loss, better health and longer life
What is a plant-based whole foodist? It's what you might call 'me'. I coined the term, as far as I can tell. I looked around on the internet and didn't see anything like it. I have been trying to figure out for years exactly where I fit diet wise. If no one invented the term … Continue reading The plant based whole foodist: Better health, weight loss and longer life
Should you adopt a macrobiotic diet? To me, this doesn't seem like too bad a choice. It is pretty much in line with what things I recommend to eat, except they do allow fish. I wouldn't eat fish because of heavy metals like mercury. Most fish is not wild caught and may be raised in … Continue reading Why a ‘macrobiotic’ diet is so healthy