So I admit (on a regular basis, actually) that I’m not perfect. Anyone who knows me and sees the inside of my fridge, and what I do on vacation, knows that I “walk the talk.” I really do the stuff I teach, and I do it consistently. But I am also human. If I indulge, it’s generally going to be in a restaurant on the weekend, or on vacation.
That said, I’m good but imperfect at the “Do’s” but pretty great at the “Don’ts”. These are half a dozen things I NEVER buy:
- Processed meat (or meat of any kind, except when I’m cooking for company and they expect it)
- Hot dogs (I know that’s redundant with #2, but really. REALLY! Please don’t eat hot dogs. I am not sure how they ever became known as food.)
- Fried foods
- Fast food (anything bought in a drive-thru)
- Refined oils and fake fats (shortening, margarine, vegetable oil, “fat free” spreads, etc.)
The “DON’Ts” are easier than the DO’s. Just don’t buy them.