So…we’ve arrived at New Year’s resolution #3: make your diet a healthier one. That can mean a lot of things of course: less fat, less salt, less meat, less sugar, less food…period.
Experience has taught me that extreme changes don’t last. Small changes are more likely to — it’s easy to tweak most of your favourite recipes to reduce fat, salt, etc. Slightly smaller portions are a totally legitimate way to make a positive change. Try a healthy, protein-rich snack.
One easy thing you can do it start reading. Scrutinize the ingredient list and nutritional data found on packaged foods — especially at processed foods — junk food is $%&! — something that resembles, but does not quite meet, my criteria to be labeled real food. Continue reading