As you know I've got a history of being more interested in truth than being popular. Not that I always get it right, but at least I'm trying.warthog1 wrote:I googled that book. It's a bit controversial. No surprise you're reading it then.
The video below should help somewhat with resolve. It's showing a link between animal protein intake and cancer development. Which is probably the primary message of the extensive research study.warthog1 wrote:I'm still thinking about trying to reduce my meat intake but think I lack the most important attribute. Resolve.
I didn't drag the family along as I value freedom of choice. I cook/prepare my own food. Nothing fancy, but then I'm not a fussy eater, which is an advantage in this scenario.warthog1 wrote:I'm still wondering how the hell you've managed to drag your family along with you? Or are you cooking two different meals?
Thanks. But it's easier than you may think in some respects as I don't have to restrict anything I usually eat and once I got past about 3 weeks it all became habit.warthog1 wrote:In any case top results on the weight loss and full marks for resolve