How I Got Lazy and the 5 Ways I Have Recommitted to Real Food and Healthy Eating!



It’s easy to let yourself become lazy when following a healthier lifestyle, don’t you think? At first you’re all gung-ho and you get your family on a better track, but over time you slip in small areas here and there. It’s not that we need to be perfect; none of us can eat a “perfect” diet, but it is easy to get busy, and then get a little lax over time.
It was spring of 2004 when I had what I call my “food conversion” (read the story at that link). Overnight the way I fed my family went from the SAD diet, Standard American Diet, to a healthier diet based on the principles I learned from the Weston A. Price site. (It was pretty overwhelming at first, though, and if you or someone you know is at that stage right now and need a helpful tool to navigate this switchover, check out my new book Real Food for Rookies or my Real Food for Rookies online class. Want the whole first chapter where you’ll get clear buy this-not that advice? Click here to sign up and get the free download.)

Copyright 2015 Kelly the Kitchen Kop.
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Kelly can be found at the 'politically incorrect' Kelly the Kitchen Kop blog, and she loves helping others with all she's learned from her own family's bumpy transition to real food. Kelly and her husband have been married 28 years and have four kids. She also blogs at the Christianity 101 blog, but only occasionally since they began their crazy homeschooling journey a few years ago! Read more about Kelly here.

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