That may surprise you, coming from me. But I'm tired of Americans acting like nutrition is a really big deal.
Nutrition is not a big deal. It's millions of little deals.
In other words: Nutrition is not a big decision.
It's millions of little decisions.
The idea that taking nutrition seriously is a single, monumental decision is incredibly detrimental, as it sets you up for almost guaranteed failure. Once someone breaks what they believe to be a big decision, it usually derails them entirely. Over, and over, and over.
The proper view of nutrition is that it is the collection of millions of micro-decisions, not the outcome of one major decision. It's a grind. I'm not saying it's easy. I'm saying it simply has to be viewed properly if you're to have any chance at real success.
There's greater flexibility within proper nutrition than you may believe, *IF* you're willing to align the majority of your nutritional decisions with your goal.
If you're one of those people who believes nutrition is A BIG STEP, my point to you is simple: stop it. Please realize that nutrition is millions of little steps that you stack in your favor meal after meal, day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year.
You simply have to be committed to the walk.
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