I might as well have said meat is healthy in moderation. Getting too much fat can be a problem if you eatt much meat, but then again some people swear to keto diet because it makes them feel healthier.
Most foods is about moderation. If you ate too many avocados that wouldn’t be healthy either.
I don’t think cocaine is a good comparison to meat.
It’s all about balance and eating a variety of foods.
I have never had this issue myself. Although I mostly have a little meat each day I don’t feel addicted to it, but I guess maybe others do, especially if they eat from fast-food chains. I think I read somewhere that fast-food chains deliberatly makes their products addictive with certain types of fat and whatnot.
Personally I avoid burger king, mcdonalds and all of that and use unprocsessed meat or meat that has only been processed a little without additives that I make myself. If I eat out I usually go to a chinese place where you get served unprocessed meat with veggies.
Fast-food chains wise I agree. That kind of food isn’t healthy at all.
I don’t know if anyone can relate, but I’m trying to relearn how to “eat intuitively”. I mostly stick to healthy foods like baked yams and asparagus, but I’m also learning it’s okay to eat “bad” foods in moderation. Like, yesterday I went out to eat at a restaurant with friends from my drop in center, and I ordered the hamburger and fries. We’ll, I ate the hamburger and about 8 fries and “listened” to my stomach. It said “ahh, I am full, stop eating now” so I gave the rest of my fries away. In the past, I would’ve simply cleared the whole plate without listening to my stomach. I still have a long way to improve, and I also know I CANNOT bring trigger foods home, but I am finally figuring out how to relate in a normal manner to food. I weigh in next week and hope to be under 270.
I’d have to partially diagree. I think food is a big factor in mental health. If I eat a lot of junk or snacks I can feel not only my body getting heavy, but my mindset gets negative and dark. It may not affect sz directly, but there is a link to mental health and recovery.