It's the McRib. Fortunately for me, Trader Joe's is right around the corner. I'll pass on the McRib.
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We folk who are peddling a healthy lifestyle love to hate ... high fructose corn syrup, McDonald's (all fast food), processed food, soda, and more. However, before you buy into any type of claim, please use critical thinking.
Exhibit A: The scientists behind the blog Obesity Panacea were startled and astonished by this soda ad. One problem: It's a fake.
Living a healthy lifestyle can and should be easy. But before you "buy" into anything, use your critical thinking skills.
As an aside, I laughed when I read this "ad". Read the fine print: It's very comical.
People have done well on an incredible variety of diets. - Michael Pollan
Interpretation: You can eat almost anything and live a healthy lifestyle. However, to lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle, there are a few items that must be taken out of your diet.
For an understanding of our food, health, and health care system, take a moment to listen to these two knowledgeable and thoughtful gentlemen. This presentation is 59-minutes. So, sit back, relax and learn.
These few items make for a delicious meal. I think the Fire Roasted Bell Peppers and Onions is my greatest find at Trader Joe's! Combine it with one scrambled egg, top it off with a little bit of Feta to pop some flavor, and roll it in a high fiber tortilla. This is delicious.
It's low in calories and guaranteed to fill you up.
- Make this wrap without the egg.
- Make an omelet (86 the tortilla).
- Make a veggie sandwich (on two slices of whole wheat bread). You can also add other items. Such as, mushrooms, corn and more.
- Make a pizza (delicious) You can also add other items. Such as, mushrooms, corn and more. The pizza that I make has about 250 calories.
Want more information about my Trader Joe's diet? Here it is.
In 1960, there were no public storage facilities. Fast forward fifty years ... today, there's over 2-billion square feet of public storage space.
To me, this (the food pyramid) represents the uphill battle we have to combat the obesity and heath epidemic in this country!