March 14, 2017
at only real food. Mainly fruits, plants, and fish. Try to find real bread
Lactating mother breastfeeding his child. Eat real food
Eat real food
These days, from the same moment that the babies are being weaned from their mother breast, they start consuming manufactured products. They don’t eat real food at all. It is true that they are well and scientifically produced and thoroughly tested, or at least should be, but it is in any way the beginning of what our lives used to be. Later, it comes a much worse period in which children start eating candies, sweets that spoilt their teeth and what is worse, create in them very counterproductive habits. The don’t eat real food and what is worse, don’t learn to eat real food and select it.
Fresh mullets at the market. Eat real food
It is very easy going to the supermarket or to the nearest shop and buying something that is wrapped in a transparent paper and ready to be eaten.
This is the first rule in our path to the Mediterranean diet.
Buy only real food. Mainly fruits, plants, and fish. Try to find real bread, the one made of unrefined (not mock integral) flour. The one one that contains the germ of the wheat. The one that our ancestors used to eat. Look, ask, investigate. You’ll find it.
Mind the bread!
Forget bread containing fat. Any kind of fat, no matter how healthful you may think it is. Most sliced or sandwich bread contains fat and preservatives. Bread is something made with flour, yeast, water and salt (even some have no yeast), period. If it has something else, then it is not bread. It is another product.
You can choose normal white or brown rice, as you want. It won’t make much difference.
Fresh vegetables at the market. Eat real food
Look for adequate natural markets. Vegetables, fruits, fish, eggs, some meat…if you don’t find natural milk (it is normally a problem), then buy good quality skimmed milk. Cheap versions normally contain a higher proportion of whey.
Make yourself the promise of stop buying industrial chips, not homemade French fries and other similar manufactured products, especially those that have been fried. Promise to yourself to eat real food.
Shelf with manufactured products. Eat real food
In the following days, we’ll continue with our tricks to eat real food. The assignment for today is identifying real food markets and stop buying manufactured products (I am reluctant to call them “food”).
Fresh fruits at the market. Eat real food