You’ve heard of the acronym K.I.S.S. It stands for Keep It Simple Sweetie (or Stupid, it’s up to you). Everyone makes getting the proper levels of nutrition hard. No matter what fad diet is out there, they over complicate it so that everyone is confused. No one knows what to eat anymore. It’s so confusing.
One person says eat 30 bananas a day. Another person says avoid all wheat products. The next says you can only eat 1200 calories per day. The list goes on and on. It can get downright frustrating trying to be healthy. But, the truth is, nothing is more simple than getting enough nutrition so that your body can benefit and become healthier than ever.
Eating nutritionally and being healthy boils down to this:
Avoid Processed Food-anything in a package is processed
Avoid GMO Products – here is a list of the top 20 to avoid
Avoid Added Hormones – in meats and dairy
Eat As Close to Nature As Possible – think fresh fruit and veggies
Drink Plenty of Filtered Tap Water
Move Around Every Day
Sleep – at least 7-8 hours a night
In truth if you are always eating as close to nature as possible the first three are easily taken care of. Then you just need to stay hydrated, move, and rest. How easy is that? Nothing can be easier than eating highly nutritious foods. And, nothing is simpler for your body than digesting those healthy foods and getting the nutrients out of those foods. Your body is designed to do that. Nothing at all complicated about it.
The other fact is that you don’t even have to be perfect to reap the rewards of a nutritious lifestyle. If you just do the right thing 90 percent of the time, you’ll pretty much get close to reaping 100 percent of the rewards. That means that 10 percent of the time you can indulge, in moderation, in so called off limit foods and be fine.
Deprivation is a thing of the past when you focus on abundance, adding in things instead of subtracting, and not making it difficult. You don’t have to be a 5 star chef to put nutritious healthy meals on the table each night and to offer an abundance of healthy snacks. You also don’t have to be rich.
Keep It Simple Sweetie.