Archives for: December 2011, 11
It turns out that that pizza is not the healthiest food choice I could have ever made. Who would have thought it? But then again, lots of people make poor health decisions when it comes to diet. If they consider their health at all in whatever food decisions they make, or use any informed input in making their choices.
It also turns out that a variety of lifestyle choices, mostly resulting in working too hard for too long or until too late an hour or being exposed to environmental stressors, were doing me more harm than I would have imagined. Not to mention self applied stresses!
Having developed and recognized significant fatigue issues, I looked for something that would help. At around that same time I started the BTD to lose weight, something different from what I had done before. Continuing on my path of discovery, more and more BTD turned out to be an approach to my fatigue issues as well. The health aspects of the diet become the focus rather than weight loss. Eventually when GTD came out I typed as a GT-1 Hunter and later SWAMI confirmed the view, making the fatigue issues somewhat more understandable and treatable as well as more personalized.
Many and sometimes most of my food choices through the years had been something other than what I would now make for myself. Now, not eating most meals out or using convenience foods, the food I cook is satisfying and tastes good. Most of what I do is simple. From time to time I hope to pass along some recipes or cooking concepts that have been helpful to me.
Philosophy towards diet and lifestyle changes, as well as acclimation towards those changes, may get a look from time to time while I continue to make adaptations. Or just something that perks my interest from reading the BTD forums or other non-BTD things that spark a thought or connection for me; and might for you as well.
I’m looking forward to being able to share these things with you, while continuing my personal quest for health and knowledge.