Brendo09 wrote:I've just read through a lot of these posts for the first time.
I'll be honest, the 'general' information in them isn't something that I haven't heard before. But I'm as stubborn as the next guy, and I find it hard to give up things that are enjoyable.
However, it's also become increasingly apparent that unless I make a change, nothing will change. I'm reading up on the Blue Zones, and Whole Foods Plant Based diets. I'm going to benefit, and as the primary food maker in the house, my family will benefit as well.
I have religious leanings that head towards these type of diets as well, however that's another story for another day.
I appreciate the effort people have put into the information provided on here. Please forgive me if I start asking what appear to be very basic questions. It's a lot to take in as a whole, and there's a lot of life habits that need reshaping.
Now, on to read some more articles...
As you can see there's a lot a approaches and those who believe in one approach disagree with the other approaches.
If you went to the doctor with the bug, the doctor gives you a script and your purchase some tablets which you consume and the bug goes away. If you go to the dietician [not all of them] and say you have this problem then the dietician gives you a diet and sends you away then most fail to follow the diet and the reason is that your are use to eating in a particular way.
So I ask the question, if you see the blue diet [for example] as the way forward for you, then how are you going to adjust/adapt yourself to get there? Its a bit like giving up smoking, there's a number of different paths and only one of those paths is going to work for you, but which one