This would be the coolest thing to see.
From The Conversation,
The emphasis on lowering dietary fat intake was advanced further in 1977 with the publication of the first Dietary Guidelines for Americans by the Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs.
Health care professionals in turn shifted their nutrition counseling efforts toward encouraging a low-fat diet. And, the food industry began to develop and produce of a wide-ranging assortment of “low-fat,” “reduced-fat,” “light” and “fat-free” items.
If you look at the data, diabetes and obesity started to skyrocket in the US at this time.
This researcher studied a moderately high fat diet which was poo-pooed decades ago as being unhealthy.
We have been studying the effects of this balanced moderately high fat diet in adults who are overweight or obese. In a study with 144 women over a period lasting 16 weeks, we found that study participants had significant reductions in abdominal fat and waist circumference; a 6 percent improvement in blood pressure; reduced blood levels of markers of inflammation…
This is in line with a lot of modern research that suggests reducing the amount of sugar in the diet. I tend to agree with it given my results of weight loss and improvements in blood chemistry.
I use a combination of a balanced diet with minimal processed sugar and intermittent fasting. It works for me, and I have done it with careful monitoring with my doctor. I am far from keto. My gut did not appreciate the lack of vegetables I was getting when I did that.
Keep in mind when reading the linked article this line at the very end.
Heidi Silver received funding for her research from the Atkins Foundation.
I like this. Don’t worry about a comprehensive plan. Just get started and keep going.
My first reaction was to roll my eyes at this article. However, I think the cassette is an underrated way to listen to music. It forces you to listen to all the music consecutively as the producer or the band intended.
I’m not usually one to sit back and take stock in things. I am fortunate in that I have a job I like doing, and I’m not just waiting to retire. I’ve been working for over 20 years, and I gauge I have between 20-25 years before I can’t do it as well as I would like anymore. We’ll see.
Anyway, my point is that I’m not really looking forward or planning for a anything other than financially. Throughout most of my life, I have always had a 3-, 5-, 10-year plan. Now, I just don’t. I’m reveling in my present, and it feels really good. I can’t remember where I read it, so allow me to paraphrase. When you set goals for yourself, you are failing up until the point you reach your goal.
Demoralizing. Isn’t it?
I feel that way about the rage culture we currently live in. A lot of people are so focused on the end goal: peace and equality, that a lot of people are constantly pissed off. Granted, there a lot of people who should be pissed off. However, if we stay focused on the process of making things better for the world as a whole, we can enjoy each other more.
It is easy for me, someone who lives a comfortable life to enjoy my present. However, I have plenty of friends who are equally comfortable, if not more so, and they are constantly pissed off and stressed about something.
How about in 2019 we as a world stop listening to people who feed our rage and do our part to continue to make our world better? I think we will create a better place for all of us to live and be a lot happier doing it.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
It seems like the best way to get rich quick is to convince other people to tell you how to get rick quick.