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
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