When Did Feeding Ourselves Become So Complicated?

This truly deserves a re-reblog, this is everything that I’ve been finding out along my path to health and fitness – Go Wellness Warrior and Daily Health Boost for finding this gem

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Today’s Inspiration: thewellnesswarrior.com.au


“I love this article because there is so much confusion for many people when it comes to ‘feeding ourselves’. It is a relatively simple concept but many people insist on making it really complicated.”

When did feeding ourselves become so complicated?


We need food to live. It’s pretty safe to say that this has always been the case. Way, way back in the day, even before the invention of sliced bread, our ancestors fed themselves to stay alive. They knew what to eat, when to eat and how to eat. They didn’t rely on nutritionists, dieticians, scientists, journalists or marketing hype to tell them what to chow down on; they just understood that certain things are made to be eaten and certain things aren’t. They used their common sense and intuition to guide them from the garden or the market to the kitchen. Then something…

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About Lian Munday

My journey from having a gastric band to actually losing weight in a healthy controlled way with the help and support of Martin MacDonald, Mac-Nutrition, my Nutritionist and Andy Angell, my Personal Trainer. Please join us on our journey.
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4 Responses to When Did Feeding Ourselves Become So Complicated?

  1. bearrunner says:

    haha thanks for the comment. I love coffee 🙂


  2. Food Obsessive says:

    Now this is the real deal, if a packaged food has a long list of ingredients – put it back on the shelf. I live by that mantra.

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