Deep Dive Into Eating


Balancing Act

Cooking more with olive oil -- that was last session’s Challenge. Did you have time to make it happen? It does take a few minutes to plan ahead but as your recipe collection grows—and be sure to flag the ones that are a hit—you’ll find it becomes second nature to stock up on the basic items you’ll need in your pantry to pull something healthy together on the fly.


Now on to Session 4. We’ve all seen performers who depend on a highly tuned sense of balance to succeed. The, trapeze artist, the soccer player who reverses direction and stays on her feet, the juggler with 3 whirring chain saws (don’t try this at home!). Eating a balanced diet involves some of the same skills but it’s a whole lot easier to pull off.

Balancing Act 

With Vic Strecher



Life On Purpose - How Living For What Matters Most Changes Everything, Vic Strecher


Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy - The Harvard Medical School Guide To Healthy Eating, Walter C. Willett, MD


The Nutrition Source: What Should I Eat - The Harvard School of Public Health


The End of Overeating - Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite, David A. Kessler, MD


Eat Move Sleep - How Small Choices Lead to Big Changes, Tom Rath


VB6 - Eat Vegan Before 6:00 To Lose Weight and Restore Your Health For Good, Mark Bittman

The Willpower Instinct, Kelly McGonigal


Take everything you’ve learned over the past 4 sessions and begin to put them into practice in your life. Anyway you do it is fine. You might just start out with keeping an eye on the nutrition labels when shopping. Or, begin to switch your diet around a bit so it mirrors aspects of the Mediterranean Diet. Or maybe just tell trans fats and salt to take a hike. Start cooking with olive oil and other seasonings instead. Or maybe just start with painting your plate with a rainbow assortment of vegetables. Whatever’s easiest for you is a great place to start. And most of all, enjoy. That’s what healthy eating should be all about.

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