Here’s to feeling good all the time.
The reservoir at Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1904.
"I’m an artist. I paint murals."
"What would you say to a young artist?"
"Fuck the rules."
Feast your eyes on this visual eye candy commemorating the wonders, highlights and quirks of Cincinnati, which Roadtrippers is proud to call home.
Eat real food, as close to nature as possible. It’s what we do to food that is a problem — processing, refining, reducing and altering in general. Forget about reduced fat and skim milk. The less processing the better. If you’re going to eat fat, choose good quality and go for full-fat. Eat avocados, use olive oil or coconut oil (yes coconut oil is healthy) in cooking, have nuts, wild salmon, grass-fed butter, and pastured grass-fed beef.
I think that reduced-fat foods, particularly skim milk, nonfat yogurt, etc. are a slippery slope. When you remove the fat content from one cup of milk, you lose a significant volume, which means it’s replaced with milk that has a higher concentration of sugar to fat ratio. It’s not the fat in milk that makes us fat. It’s the sugar.
This is basically what the book Salt Sugar Fat is about. None of the executives at major food companies eat their own products. Telling..
"I see how much I love him, and I imagine that my dad loved me like that one day, and it makes me wish I’d been a better son."