Number Your Meals, Don’t Classify Your Food
Breakfast Food. Lunch Food. Dinner Food. Snack Food.
What’s the difference between them all?
However, we’ve gotten so confused about it all, that is seems odd for many to think of eating certain foods and certain times of the day.
For example, perhaps the idea of a rare steak and sautéed broccoli sounds like a great dinner, but an odd idea for breakfast. Conversely, you might consider a veggie omelette a good breakfast, but not something you’d have for lunch.
Food is either food, or it’s not food.
Veggies, along with healthy fats, like avocado or olive oil plus some wild, natural protein are a great idea at any meal.
Refined carbohydrates, processed sugars and ‘diet’ this or that are a bad idea all the time.
One way to take the confusion out of it is to simply remove the words ‘breakfast, lunch and dinner’ from your vocabulary and replace them with numbers.
Treat your body well with a variety of local, organic produce as the mainstay, a good dose of fat and sufficient wild fish, grass fed meat and pastured poultry and you’ll be doing yourself a huge favor at meals number 1,2,3,4 (and perhaps 5 or 6, too, depending on how many times you personally find your own balance to be).
A far healthier approach than Standard American Breakfasts based on a grain and dairy festival, which set you up for a day of blood sugar peaks and valleys, a fat sparing (as in – holding on to it, rather than burning it) metabolism and flagging energy levels.
Not too hard to see which is the superior approach!