- Alcohol: Quite frankly, I’d love to drink a bottle of red wine every night but alas I just can’t. I care about my liver and my fat levels. I choose moderation. Whilst my red wine has no sugar it still contains alcohol so for me I limit it. Especially, just given the party/holiday season we have just come out of- placing limits allows your body to recover/detox and rebuild from the outside in.
So, for my parting “professional advice”, it isn’t necessary to tag yourself with a particular name or follow only the advice of the latest guru- a broad view on food is essential for long term health and vitality. My nutritional views change through experimenting with different things. I pass this information on those that read my posts, my clients & nutrition consultation clients. One view is not right just the same as one is not wrong. Moderation is the aim of the day- we all know the gist of health, right? Eat more fresh, wholesome foods and move your body in a variety of ways. Food obsessions can be a thing of the past if you just relax your view on the type of eater you are and eat for nutrition gains. Drop me a line at Natalie@newoutlookfitness.com.au if you need a little help with your nutritional goals- I do online coaching from anywhere in the world!
I also found this quote in one of my favourite books; Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon, I think this sums up my food views:
“No man will be satisfied for any length of time with a nourishment that tastes of nothing, regardless of how rich in proteins, vitamins and trace elements- Rudolph Steiner
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