The Ultimate 💯 Girls Guide 📚 to Eating Real 😋 Food and Staying Healthy 💪🏼 ...


Food can be so confusing these days. Everywhere you look we’re being told something different. We rely on experts to tell us what to eat, but there’s so much contradicting information, it’s almost impossible to know what’s right anymore.

And then we can’t help, but feel bad because no matter what we do, we are in the wrong according to some source. Not a fun way to live.

For us as human beings, it’s a primal instincts to eat in order to sustain life. If you go back in time before the American diet became a part of our vocabulary, we as a species, never worried about what nutrients were in our food and most of them were healthier than those we are eating now.

I’m not a scientist nor am I a formally trained nutritionist. I have, however, done my fair share of research to understand and be more curious about what’s available to us. I will always believe that natural is best.

We’ve lost our intuition when it comes to food. We’ve stopped listening to our bodies and are only hearing what the outside world is telling us. I think this is backwards. Listening to our body is the one thing we can take responsibility for and create lasting change in the way we feel.

So what does it mean to eat real food?

Are you so overwhelmed you don’t know where to start?

I’ve got you covered. Consider this your holy grail when it comes to how to navigate through the confusion in the grocery store. I’ve put together my top 15 tips for happy and healthy eating.

This is your starting point to stop the madness and simplify the way you eat. If we can take away the confusion there’s more space to listen to your body and enjoy eating again.

1. Eat Real Food

Get rid of the crap. Stop eating stuff that you can’t pronounce. If it has a shelf life that’s longer than your pet's life, don’t put it in your body. Artificial anything, excessive sweeteners, and anything that’s been overly processed is not what we’re meant to consume, no matter how many advertisers are trying to market its benefits to you. A lot of foods that are considered ‘healthy’ are actually some of the biggest culprits. Be curious, ask questions, and read labels.

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