not all that is low sugar is healthy…

Eli Camp NDJust a quick note on the Belly-fat Cure diet. I have been visiting with a number of patients and friends and some of their questions about the food choices in this book made me realize I should say a bit more. Not all the foods listed in this program are “healthy” even thought they are low sugar. I still promote and advocate for a whole-foods diet that is balanced, high in plant oils and low in animal fats. So, I would not say meals of butter and bacon are “healthy” but they are low in sugar. Read my post about my Mom making all our meals from scratch. This outlines the basics of a healthy diet very succinctly. And if it enters your mind that something could not possibly be healthy, then it probably is not 🙂

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