Episode 3 by Janelle and Wendi from Just Tell Me What to Eat. Today we Talk about believers and eating organically and how to get back on track.
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When we do cleanses we EASE our body back into a connective relationship with mind, body, and spirit.
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Food for the Mind Body and Spirit.
Hey Guys! Just Tell Me What to Eat Ep. 3 talking about religion and eating healthy. Let us know what you think.
Merry Christmas guys! Janelle and I would like to send out warm wishes to you and yours for the holidays. A little ear candy as well to entertain, Tha Fam “Give Me You”. You can download this song and others for free at the link below.
But also, we never want to give up a moment to share some very important health tips for the holidays. As Mom, Dad, and the Grandparents make decadent treats to make your Christmas even sweeter, remember to use your common sense on sugar intake.
Louis Chang MD reminds us that the holidays bring tons of food as well as stress and less sleep! I’ve experienced this already to be honest. Started right before Thanksgiving.
I know it is a true mission, and I’m not always successful, but try to get in bed before midnight. The wee hours of the morning will increase calorie intake because you are up longer. With the holiday food in front of you, and this season’s jolly warmth of friends and family, You WILL EAT MORE THAN YOU NEED TO!
Another tip is simply say NO to sugary drinks. At least desserts like cake and cookies have SOME fiber in the mix. This helps metabolize the sugar in these foods, whereas the high fructose corn syrup in drinks simply is stored in the body and will add to the pounds.
Get active! After the feasts we share as a family, elect an evening stroll with the family. This will be something fun for everyone, you’ll be together, AND you’ll burn some of those calories!
Hope these little tips help you this holiday season. Don’t wait for New Year’s to resolve to change these habits! Do it now. Give this present to yourself… Choose your health for Christmas!
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Janelle and I are back this month bringing you some more health tips and along with special guest Wayne Vaughn! Wayne just so happens to be my dad, but he also has a wealth of health and wellness information. He started his quest to superior health back in the 70s, when he decided to stop eating beef and pork. He ended up raising 5 kids on this same principle! (Boy how in trouble we’d be if we brought home a Whopper or had bacon with our breakfast).
But over the years, he’s found that one of the quintessential elements of health is to “KNOW YOUR FARMER”. Nowadays, some many artificial foods are created to maximize production, cut cost, and fatten the bottom line, that commercialized food industry sells us all kinds of foods void of the nutrients God intended us to have. You’ll enjoy this podcast as much as we did I hope.
Stay Tuned for more on Just Tell Me What to Eat: Food for the mind, body, and spirit- AND soul!
Check out our second podcast where we cover food frustrations. Guest star Wayne Vaughn- producer & composer of EWF! One of the most fascinating points covered is KNOW YOUR FARMER!
Food for the mind, body, and spirit. -AND soul!
There must be a God somewhere!! (Taken with Instagram at Griffith Park Trail)
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Just Tell Me What To Eat… Food for the Mind, Body, and Spirit AND Soul!
There are so many words out there to describe good food, but do you know what they actually mean? Just Tell Me What to Eat would like to define two terms that are often used, but not totally understood: Whole Foods and Organic Foods.
A whole food is a food that is not processed or processed very little. This means that you consume it pretty much in the food’s original state. Examples of whole foods are vegetables, non-homogenized dairy products, fruits, unpolished grains, beans, lean meats, and fish.
Organic Foods mean something is not grown using pesticides or other chemicals that create toxins in the body. However, just because something is labeled organic doesn’t mean it is ideal for your body’s health. Foods can wear the organic label if they meet the standards set by the USDA.
So which one is more important? Well, it is good to stay away from products created with harmful chemicals. However, most true blue health gurus will strongly suggest that it is more important that your food be whole vs organic. This ensures that you are really eating actual food and not some organically grown cardboard.
So keep it whole; keep it real!