The title is no typo. I’ve been on a diet recently, and what I have discovered is that we need more acceptance about the fact that being on a diet is hard. It’s also worth it.
Is there a right way to eat? I think most people’s gut reaction would be yes, there is. This seemingly straightforward assumption has pretty big implications. It leaves the impression that if your body is not perfect, then whatever the “right” way is, you’re not doing it. What if that
Over the last couple of years there has been an interesting battle that cuts across medicine, fitness, and nutrition. Here’s an intersting little chronology I noticed that has unfolded involving fat, sugar, and the FDA.
If you’ve been reading any of my blog up till now, you may have noticed my interest in where fitness, environmental sustainability, and social good come together. I’ve launched a new page dedicated to that topic. There will also be an app coming out this year. Check it all out
Nutrition is a complex subject. The good news is, you can usually deal with it by using pretty broad strokes. This past week, I was reminded of this while working on a post.