When I post recipes, I assume that you alter them to your expectations and eating preferences. I recently received a criticism that although I promote wellness, I obviously don’t have a good diet.
I was a bit confused.
I have a very good diet.
So, for a reminder, if I post a recipe that has an ingredient that you do not like, don’t shoot the chef, simply alter it to your preferences.
What works for me may not work for you. What works for you, may not work for your children (junk food doesn’t count).
I eat a little bit of every food group. I am not vegan, but I support those who are. I definitely support boycotting the cruelty of farm animals, and I support local farmers.
I firmly believe in buying local foods.
I believe that everyone eats for their body’s needs, and that we should eat for our blood type. My blood type requires an equal balance of all the food groups; hence, I eat select meats; I also eat grains because I have no gluten issues (thank goodness). I eat fresh eggs from my own ducks, and, I eat a lot of salad and raw, fresh foods.
But, that’s me.
What works for me may not work for you, but I do eat responsibly. I do not eat processed foods, and if I eat out, I eat at local, indigenous, fresh food restaurants. No Cisco® food deliveries for me.
Food And Wellness
- your digestion efficiency,
- what nutrients you are low in,
- which nutrients you are not efficiently assimilating,
- toxins that may be blocking efficient assimilation.
So, whenever I select a good recipe to share with you, remember that you can modify it to your personal preferences. Don’t not avoid it because it has meat or dairy in it – don’t fear your food, or someone else’s creative recipe.
Today, we fear food, and we have lost our relationship with the nutrients our planet has provided us.
Much of this is due to abhorrent corporate farming. So again, buy local.
Remember to enjoy cooking and eating – it is the fuel to good health.
Support your local farmers and farmer’s markets. Avoid the fast-food chains and processed drive-thru’s.
Enjoy homemade meals whenever possible.
As the indigenous cultures practiced – be thankful for every meal.
Wishing you all the best in health.
More recipes coming.
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