Your definition of “healthy” is probably all wrong!

NEWSFLASH: “Healthy Food” has a different meaning for EVERYONE!

 

To one person, “healthy” means
– Low fat
– Low calories
– Wheat bread vs white bread
– low sodium

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To another person, “healthy” means
– Chicken vs red meat
– Weight Watchers meals
– lite salad dressing
– diet Coke vs Coke
– protein powder smoothies
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Let’s rewind 100 years, 200 years, 300 years…did any of the “healthy” listed foods above even exist? NO
Here’s the scary part…I don’t think ANY of those are healthy! SCARY HUH.

“Why is it so complicated??” “What the hell is healthy??” “Why are there so many different opinions??” “This is stupid! I quit!”

WAIT! I promise you it’s not complicated. I promise it’s super simple and so common sense you’ll get it!

I have 6 rules that make this SUPER simple
Rule #1 – Eat only plants and animals: as close to their natural state as you can (No chemicals & Not processed)
Rule #2 – Avoid processed carbs
Rule #3 – Avoid boxed & canned foods
Rule #4 – Avoid over cooked foods
Rule #5 – Shop at health food stores and farmers markets ONLY!
Rule #6 – 1 -2 cheat meals every week. (ANY ANY anything you want!)

Notice what’s NOT on this list
– Nothing about low fat (Fat is great for you)
– Nothing about calorie counter (all calories are not the same!)
– Nothing about 1 bread being better than another (all too clogging)
– Nothing about sodium (salt is critical for your cell’s health)
– Nothing about 1 animal being more healthy than another (only the drugged up animals are bad to eat)
– Nothing about pre-prepared meals (fresh is best!)
– Nothing about “lite” or “diet” (those involve chemicals)
– Nothing about protein powders (too processed)

Check out my full post describing my Simplified Guide to Eating Healthy

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5 Responses to Your definition of “healthy” is probably all wrong!

  1. jinjerT August 3, 2015 at 4:10 pm

    Hi ya, cant even remember your name!! All i know i am excited in starting this no bread/white food diet. Im so glad i just stumbled onto your site. Today is the begining of my life. I love bread, overweight, big belly. Beautiful concious woman. I am determined to stick to it today. 4Th august 2015. im going to measure my self NOW and record everything i am so touched by this revelation tears are running down my face. I know this is my way out.


    • Terry Givens August 7, 2015 at 7:02 am

      That’s beautiful! I’m Terry


  2. Issie Shaw August 21, 2015 at 2:26 pm

    Hey Terry! I’d just like to thank you for sharing your health tips with everyone! (: I’m a girl who eats a pretty normal diet (except for a high chocolate and pasta intake), and I maintain a steady, healthy weight but I’ve felt a bit heavy recently. I have horses, and ride competitively – I train 6/7 days a week usually for an hour, as well as looking after my horses, so I get enough exercise. The problem with my diet is that I drink a lot of sugary drinks. The only things I drink are coke/pepsi, vimto (like robinsons), lucosade etc. I decided I would replace my sugary drink intake with water for a month as soon as my sugar supply ran out, and I took to the internet to find if there was any results from doing this. Here I found your water challenge and your dietary information! Unfortunately, I don’t think I can give up pasta or bread (as I’m trying to be a veggie and I’m a fussy eater, I literally eat vegetables (cooked in water), pasta and cheese sandwiches), but I’m very pumped to try my version of the water challenge now!! I’d be great if you could share some veggie recipes sometime, perhaps?
    Thanks again!


    • Terry Givens August 27, 2015 at 6:26 pm

      Thank you for your post Issie. Do me a favor. Join my support group so we can help you find what you need and keep and eye on your progress!


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