“Although I didn’t have as many documented problems as others might have, before I became a Nutritarian I wasmiserable with many physical discomforts and fears about my health and my future. I always took an airplane seatbelt extender with me on flights… “just in case”. I had trouble sleeping at night because the fat rolls on my neck kept touching each other, making me very uncomfortable. I had borderline high blood pressure, and scary high cholesterol. Unexplained heart palpitations, and I was borderline anemic, even though I was a meat-eater. I also sweated like a line-backer, even in a cool room. Very embarrassing.
But the “turn-around” moment for me was when I had a realization one day that I had probably become diabetic, like my father and brother. That was the day that I began researching what I needed to do, in order to effectively turn my health and life around. Losing...
By Kim Murphy from Nutritarian Life
One of the most common complaints I get about eating to live or going plant-based is this: I’m too busy to cook. And I totally understand this. It’s why I tried and failed my first go around with Eating to Live. I was a busy mom working outside the home, 60-80 hours a week and I just couldn’t keep up. Actually I couldn’t keep up with what I thought I was “supposed” to be doing. I felt like there was some sort of perfect ideal I was supposed to achieve to be doing it good enough. And I hadn’t yet figured out batch cooking, quick and easy recipes, and safe store bought foods. So after 3 months of first going plant-based, I had achieved many goals – I lost weight, felt great, had more energy, and my skin glowed. But I wasn’t able to keep up with all the cooking I thought I had to do constantly so I slowly fell off the wagon.
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