Keeping diet and health simple: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”

Unhappy Meals
This article by Michael Pollan was printed in the New York Times magazine in 2007 but came up on my radar thanks to Rannoch Donald of Simple Strength this week. It is well worth printing off and reading before passing it on to friends and family (or forward the link of course – http://bit.ly/bBgFm5. His explanation of how things have gone wrong with eating habits and simple rules on how to regain healthier and sustainable eating habits (diet) is much the same as our feelings on movement and exercise: keep things simple, instinctive and enjoy it. Pay less attention to the latest fads or “scientific” advice and more to eating wholesome, unprocessed or manufactured food, eat less meat and dairy.

“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”

For more support and guidance on changing food habits contact Rees, Balance’s dieitician who is available here in Clapham – call 02076272308. But first read the article and see if you can work weight loss and improved health out for yourself:

Unhappy Meals

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