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May 18, 2014


Jean | DelightfulRepast.com

I've never followed any particular diet. I simply have always made it a practice to eat real food. And certain real foods in limited quantities. Sugar is a real food, so I choose it over artificial sweeteners, but limit it. Butter is a real food, so I have always chosen it over margarine, shortening, etc, but limit it. However, high-fat foods with nutritional value, such as avocados, don't worry me at all. I will eat my fill of them and have zero concern about the fat. I think simply avoiding fake food and beverages would put millions of people on the road to health and normal weight. "Convenience" foods lead to very inconvenient consequences!

Andrew Wilder

Yes, exactly! I've learned that if my breakfast doesn't have fat in it, I'm ravenous by 10 a.m.

I recently started adding a dollop of butter (100% grass-fed, of course) to my oatmeal. Even better, it tastes good, too!

Great to meet you this weekend!

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