Food can be healing. It can also make us sleepy, lethargic, inflamed, and more. I revolutionized my diet. Here are nine steps to stage a food revolution of your own.
On today’s episode:
Rhythm of Life – Cleaning Help
Tune-Up Tip – Quick and Easy Office Exercises
Random Riffs – What does opera have to do with sports?
Feature Segment – Stage a food revolution
Rhythm of Life
I need help figuring out how to clean my bathtub with some kind of natural cleanser. If you have any suggestions, click here.
Multitasking. It contributes to stress, reduces our ability to focus, affects relationships, and makes us less 47% less happy. Why do we do it?
- We mistakenly believe we will get more done.
- Everyone else does it.
How can we stop, or at least cut down, on multitasking?
- Turn off technology
- Practice being present.
Feature Segment – I’m Staging a Food Revolution
Food can be healing. It can also make us sleepy, lethargic, inflamed, and more. How I changed my relatively healthy diet for one that was customized for my metabolism. Here are nine principles to stage a food revolution of your own:
- Is your food working for you or against you? Notice how you feel
- Analyze your diet – see what you are really eating.
- Spread eating out.
- Drink 7-9 glasses of water per day.
- Reduce processed food with a goal to virtually eliminate.
- Focus on vegetables.
- Cut down on sugar and other sweeteners with goal to eliminate all added sugar.
- Eat healthy fat to keep you full and feed your brain.
- Get a lot of your carbs from beans, with less focus on grains.
Where would you like to stage a food revolution of your own? Click here to leave a comment.
Millie Grenough – OASIS in the Overwhelm
Matt Killingsworth – Stay in the Moment
Michael Pollen – Cooked
Steve Ettlinger – Twinkie, Deconstructed
Joseph Mercola – Take Control of Your Health
William Wolcott – The Metabolic Typing Diet