Eat God’s foods, not the addictive, food-like substances companies create. Processed food entices us through colorful bags and boxes that are convenient and easy to eat. However, the nutrients were stripped from the original food source to give the product an extended shelf life. That’s great for the food manufacturer but bad for the person who eats it because it has no nutritional value.
We can’t eat just one because addictive substances like sugar and salt are added to tantalize our taste buds. Instead of consuming God’s nutrients, we consume loads of calories from refined foods that do not nourish us. We become malnourished but overweight. It takes a lot more processed food to fill up our stomach than it does raw vegetables that contain fiber. So every time you eat, evaluate the food. Ask, “Am I about to eat God’s food that will nourish my body or a food-like substance that will not?”
The following low-carbohydrate, low-glycemic, anti-inflammatory eating guidelines are my secret to maintaining optimal weight and brain health. This type of eating plan is recommended for improving memory and cognition and preventing and reversing Type 2 diabetes.
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