In your quest for eating healthier foods, have you noticed that there’s a lot of contradictory information about what’s healthy and what’s not? There are a lot of food myths, many of them intentional.
Do I mean that there are sources of healthy food info that are purposely lying to you about what is healthy and what is not?
Yes. That is exactly what I mean.
You can see this played out perfectly in the movie, Fed Up. If you haven’t already seen the movie, I highly recommend it.
To rent it from amazon.com for $3.99/$4.99 HD, click here. Your rental is good for a month, i.e. you can start watching it any time in the month after your rent it; but once you start viewing it, you have 48 hours to finish it, i.e. your rental ends 48 hours after you start viewing.
To purchase it on amazon.com for $9.96, click here.
I don’t want to give too much away, but the movie kind of leaves you hanging at the end… wanting for more info… What do I do? How do I do it? How can I stick with it?
I want to continue the conversation with you where Fed Up left off. What do you want to know? What kind of help/support do you need? How can you succeed at consistently making healthy food choices and loving it?
I am going to do this on my Healthy Eating Advisor Facebook page. Like my page, then you can join in on the conversation.
If you know anyone who could benefit from good solid guidance on what’s healthy to eat and what’s not and how to stick with it so that your health improves and flourishes, please share this message with them.
There is so much misinformation about food in our society and our health has been devastated by it. Diabetes, heart disease, cancer, obesity are all lifestyle issues and can be helped and even reversed in many cases with proper diet and lifestyle changes.
So, are you up for the health of your life? Please join in on the conversation at my Healthy Eating Advisor Facebook page.
First, Watch Fed Up.
Then come over to Facebook, like Healthy Eating Advisor, and join in the conversation.
This is all about helping you sort out fact from myth and misinformation, how to implement healthy food choices, how to like healthy foods, some delicious healthy food recipes (yes, healthy food really does taste good) … whatever you need, ask and we’ll discuss it, provide tools and info to help you feel better, live longer and healthier. This will be a support system for you where you will find others, like you, who want to eat healthier and be healthier, even if those around you don’t.
I understand that often you succeed or fail based upon whether you have support in what you are doing. Let Healthy Eating Advisor Facebook page be your support system and let 2015 be your start to a healthier you.
See you on Facebook!