To change your polluted lifestyle into a healthy one, one must think clean. I am not only talking about personal hygiene of course. I specifically mean that we must all make a conscious effort to choose what we eat and drink. Say for example, you can stop drinking your nightly beers. You can instead replace this habit with a brisk walk outside which can be a very effective exercise that can get rid of that beer belly that you have been nursing for God knows how long. The point is, you must stop all your bad vices (e.g. cigarettes, alcohol, junk foods) so you can officially start living healthy through eating clean unprocessed bulk food that can provide your body the right nutrients that it has been craving for a really long time.
What is unprocessed bulk food?
Not familiar with bulk food, are you? I’m not really surprised and for what it’s worth, I’m not blaming you. I only found about this kind of food a couple of months ago. Like you, I have been feeding my body with pure junk foods and I’m not proud of it. You see, I am not quite fond of the kitchen so I survived through Chinese take outs, binge ate at fast foods with their hopelessly greasy goodies, and was totally addicted to any kind of salty munchies. The result was not pretty. I am five feet and six inches tall with a petite bone structure. My ideal weight is supposed to be around 120 to 130 pounds but I was way over that average with a whooping 168!
I was fat and like any other girls, my self esteem was totally down the toilet. One day, I finally decided to go to a nutritionist and she was actually the one who has (thankfully) introduced me to unprocessed bulk food. I was ready to do anything and I honestly expecting not to eat for like, I don’t know, a year maybe. I was so wrong. My newly found diet consist of eating three times a day (that is carefully measured since I should learn to eat in moderation) of unprocessed bulk food or any food that is free from chemicals and that is at its original (or close to it at least) state. I was kind of bracing myself for eating bland food, you know like the ones that they serve in the hospitals. I was wrong again.