Irresistible Foods Meet Resistance is this week's podcast. Ever felt like eating just one sherbet colored macaroon or just one Hershey's Kiss was flat-out impossible?
Yep, it can be done. All (sarcastic tone) one has to do is to eliminate all extra sugar (fruits (not tropical fruits, tho) OK ) and no grains, good and bad grains, mind you, even whole wheat grains are gone, veggies are good, pancakes made of Garbanzo bean flour and whole milk yogurt is Ok and even recommended. Guess what? I don't crave those pastel-colored macaroon cookies. In fact, I didn't even have to taste the cookie batter or lock eyes with Hershey Kisses in the store.
When irresistible meets resistance in my day to day it is memorable but it is a healthy option for the long run? One, theoretically, graduates from Phase One to Phase Three which is lower in fat than Phase One and integrates whole wheat grains and some added sugar. There's a ratio of carbs, fats, proteins that requires a spreadsheet to do it right.
We'll see. Here we go again, people. Control comes ‘a callin’. Is it extreme? Is it healthy? Some say, no. Others say research has pointed toward this direction for years.
If I were a guy with prostate issues, I'd probably not do it. Read the article below.
What’s an ol’girl to do? Keep trying to figure it out. Read about the issues. It’s all one can do.
I started a Facebook group for some damn reason. Thinking it might be helpful. I'm considering doing a mini-Facebook live of the weekly podcast tomorrow, Feb 1st around [3:00] Eastern Standard time. If the technology works, of course!
Some articles about the downside of a higher fat diet. Read in conjunction with some other folks who recommend a higher fat diet but in conjunction with fruits and veggies and eventually moderate portions of whole grains as well as sugar integrated into it. The Last article in the queue below is an example of that.