Is there an absolute best way to grocery shop for healthy foods? There is when you focus on the produce section for your nutrition.
Finding new ways to grocery shop is to better understand what is important, like the difference between food pyramid and myplate. Taking a step back and objectively looking at these guidelines can show you how to be more conscious of nutrition. In this podcast episode, I share my thoughts on why you should change the way you shop and spend your nutrition dollars on produce.
NOTE: Thank you so much for listening to this brief podcast. I hope you will use my guidelines to become a healthier shopper. If you did, would you do me a favor and like this or share it on your twitter account? This would mean the world to me, and if you do, I'll let you download my free fermented food recipe list.
Are There New Nutritional Guidelines?
The old food pyramid was wrong. In fact it still is wrong. What was wrong with the old food guide pyramid? For decades people have tried to follow it, but as a society, we've only becoming unhealthier. So, I'm going to be giving you part one of Jared's top 10 nutritional guidelines that you could use going forward.
Now, before you decide not to listen to my podcast, I want you to throw everything that you've ever thought about nutrition out the window; food pyramid, low-fat, low-sugar, throw it all out the windows. We're going to look at things differently.
Number one, eat well for tomorrow, not specifically just for today. What do I mean by that? Is that what you eat today is going to effect not only you, but your future generations to come, think about that.
Nutrition Guidelines Don't Apply To You
Have you ever wonder why nutrition is wrong or that the information you find on the internet doesn't apply to you? The biggest mistakes of nutrition facts is exactly that: not everything you read applies to you.
I'd really like to begin a discussion about the generalization, or really the oversimplification of the dietary guidelines find on the interwebs today. The biggest fallacy known to mankind is thinking that the nutritional information that you hear about or read about applies 100 percent to you. Rarely, if ever, it does, and it's a good starting point, it's never a good ending point because we're all completely different.
These podcasts are an extension of me sharing what I believe is the source to be healthy emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually: a strong gut.