Kelly Clarkson Wants to Control Her Weight but She Hates Exercising
She showed us even with a stressful career you can still create a healthy life and healthy diet. She likes Dr. Gundry’s book, Plant Paradox as an ultimate guide for health and happiness. We don’t need to try to count calories and be constantly hungry. Kelly says “For me, it wasn’t really [about] the weight—for me it was that “I’m not on my medicine anymore.”
- Clarkson says she has learned to balance her lifestyle with her career.
- A nutrient-dense diet can help us avoid medications.
- A healthy diet does not need calorie counting or portion measurement.
- It is almost impossible to maintain a healthy, slim body by starving yourself.
- I consider exercise to be important but, Kelly Clarkson has shown otherwise.
We Need More Good Fats in Our Diets and Less Starches
We Need More Nutritious Fats in Our Diet. Kelly hates to work out and be sweaty—she likes her wine instead. She has a stressful career and its many demands on her time therefore she can’t afford to be low on energy. She needs the 90+ essential nutrients in her daily diet because she needs to stay healthy. Kelly has found Dr Gundry’s book on Plant Paradox to be essentially helpful because it is simple to understand.
We eat too many starchy carbohydrates and therefore not enough nutritious fats. This leaves us hungry way too often because the starches quickly digest, and create a placid mood. This puts us “down”, and therefore the sugars, unneeded by our bodies, go into fat-storage. Good fats take longer to digest and therefore help build strong bodies. Good fats take longer to digest because they help build strong bodies.
Yes, we Need Nutritious Fats in Our Diets
Does my body need fats? Yes, it does therefore eating high-fat food is an important part of a healthy diet. A healthy diet may include the foods you love. Just eat less of foods that are low in nutrition and high in calories. The American Heart Association.
The Truth About Fats: Animal Fats and Good Plant Fats
- Nutritious fats should be a big part of a good diet. We have been miss-lead for at least 50-years by our EXPERTS that say we need more starches in our diets—and less fats.
- Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, and most importantly Flaxseed Oil are the main plant oils that I eat. I avoid Canola Oil and all vegetable oils—especially Corn Oil because they are bad for you.
- Soy oils of all kinds, it is said soy oils may harm a man’s sex potential. (I am 83-years old—don’t need more harm.).
- Animal Fats for Health, Happiness, and therefore Running Like an Old Fool
Bad, and the Ugly—Trans Fats and Starches
- Learn what the bad fats are and how to avoid them. The real enemy is Trans Fats; they add this for taste and shelf life. They have been officially ben banned in the United States—but I suspect they are still in many or our processed foods.
- The best we can do is avoid processed foods—eat lots of probiotics to help detox our bodies.
- I avoid all foods labeled fat free, low fat and reduced fat because they can be too deceiving and devious; I find the labels too vague for my humble mind.
We Are Over-dependent on Simple Carbohydrates
We have too many starches and therefore not enough nutritious fats in our diets we store too much fat.
For Over 50-Years Our Government Has Encouraged Us to Eat Cereal Grains Instead of Animal Fats.
Now! We Need to Rethink Our Diets and therefore Decide What’s Best for Each Us.
We need Fats in Our Diets for our Health and Vigor.
Happy Hunting Lads and Lasses because the World Awaits Strong Minds and Healthy Bodies.