Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Junk food lust - just put it on my body credit card

Who hasn't wanted it in the worst way?

We get the need for the crunchy salty fries, the thick fat latte and sweet wonderful thing to go with, and we put it on our body "credit card" - we'll pay later. And we do - uh - pay later.

And after a few years of this, we're all in trouble. Our bodies are looking like what we've done to them for too long. How long can your body take this pay later abuse?

Sorry, junk food lust. We'll have to recover the old fashioned way: real food, real food, real food.

P.S. Anyone know what real food is anymore? Take your shot - comments welcome below.

3 comments:

Lynn Gorfine and Rick Lelchuk, WMA said...

Hi Kim,

Real food? Hmmmm?

I remember when a tomato actually tasted like a tomato.

I remember when we didn't eat out of a box.

I remember when cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity was a rarity. 1 in 100 not 1 in 3.

I remember when diet was NOT and issue.

Thanks for the stroll down memory lane.

RICK

Lynn and Rick Lelchuk
Certified Weight Management Advisors
Miami, FL, USA
http://fat2lean.net

Robin Plan said...

Real food is grass-fed meats
Eggs from happy chickens (the lucky hens that live outside on pastures)
Oils from food like coconut
organic fruits and veggies
raw dairy
whole grains

Not boxed quick to prepare meals
Not white foods
Not foods that have been processed to the point of leaving no nutrition.

I'm a real food lover and getting my family off the junk food train.

Robin

www.wholefoodandmore.com

PaulsHealthBlog.com said...

Food has only one purpose: to supply your cells and tissues with the nutrients they need for proper function.

Many of the things we eat for
pleasure can cause great harm. Virtually every disease suffered by humans is either caused by or worsened by poor nutrition.

Realize that diseases do not develop overnight. They are the result of years of abuse — much of it nutritional. The human body is amazingly resilient, but eventually things begin to fail — and then disease suddenly becomes obvious.