I never was much for deprivation. That’s why I’m not on a “diet.”
Yet, ever since my late forties, I’ve known that getting conscious about what I eat is one of the most important things I can do to live better and longer.
After my doctor warned me of the genetic time bomb in my system, one of my first actions was to join a popular nutrition that you’ve probably heard about. I can’t mention it here, because I understand they may sue me. But that’s another story.
What’s important here is to find some program that works…
- to bring your weight under control, and
- provide the nutrients your body needs.
After much trial and error, I’m currently using my own version of Tim Feriss’ Slow Carb Diet. Basically, it means focusing on protein and vegetables. No, it’s not vegetarian, or vegan, or any other food torture.
It’s simple. I like an easy, basic menu, because I don’t want to have to think up or find new recipes every time I prepare a meal.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not pushing this for everyone. I think creativity around food is wonderful. I love the holidays, when I visit family and friends and get culinary delights. And Tim Feriss’ 4-Hour Chef is full of amazing food ideas.
But for everyday fare, just give me a simple menu to control my weight, boos my energy, and build good, solid muscle to heft my travel essentials where my wanderlust leads.
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