What is your definition of Natural Weight Loss?

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Seriously. Is your definition of Natural Weight Loss –


Taking a natural herbal supplement?


Eating low fat foods?


Cutting out carbs?


Drinking diet pop?


Eating stuff that tastes like cardboard?


Or are you loading up on the hottest berries and seeds? What are you? A Bird? C’mon already with all the gimmicks. Is any of that stuff really natural?


How about eating like a human being? Wouldn’t that be natural? A human being naturally needs and enjoys a multitude of foods. Your body is a complex machine that needs a specific mix of nutrients to operate correctly.


You can’t live on just vegetables. As a matter of fact, your body needs some fat to be able to process the nutrients in the vegetables. Now isn’t that a cruel irony? All this time you’ve been cutting out fat, and you’ve been depleting your body of nutrients. Then your body stays fat because it’s not processing foods correctly.


I’ve had people write me asking why they still have no energy when they eat a vegetarian diet with no carbs. Simple, they’re not eating anything that provides energy. Vegetables provide a lot of healthy benefits, and you need to eat a lot of them, but they don’t produce energy.

 A lot of people have mistakenly cut out fruits because they contain sugar. Fruits contain just as many vital nutrients as vegetables, just a different set of nutrients. You need to eat as many fruits as you do vegetables.

And what about protein? You need protein. Yes, broccoli contains protein – but it’s not a whole protein. But you’ve heard that you shouldn’t eat meat. So what about protein powder? Unfortunately, protein power is made of soy protein, and as it turns out – soy is very dangerous.  

And is that natural? Before some marketing genius decided that soy was a good food source, soy was considered a weed. I remember farmers shaking their heads. They were getting paid lots of money for planting weeds. They changed over from tobacco to soy because they made a lot more money – but they sure couldn’t understand it. And they sure weren’t feeding it to their families.  

We’re not meant to survive on berries and seeds. We’re not meant to ingest chemicals. People do all this crazy stuff and then wonder why their body isn’t working right.  

If you’re looking for natural weight loss, or natural health – just eat like a human was designed to eat. That’s right, foods that are natural for a human being to eat.  

That means getting rid of all the corn syrup and chemical concoctions that pass for food these days, and eating a balanced diet that contains all of the food groups – fruits, vegetables, grains, even meats, eggs and cheese.  

What about milk? Is that natural?  

Not after being weened it’s not. Humans are the only animals to ingest another animals body fluids. I find that gross myself. And what you buy in the grocery store is about as far from natural as you can get. Milk is responsible for all sorts of problems. Did you know that type I diabetes is caused by giving a baby cow’s milk too early? Think about that. If you have joint problems, arthritis, asthma, or other inflammatory diseases, cut out the milk and see how much better you feel. I don’t drink milk. I’m healthy. My sister drinks milk, and she’s not. Unscientific, I know, but hey.

If you eat the way you’re supposed to, you’ll weigh what you’re supposed to. It’s really as simple as that.  

The good news is – you can stop giving up a bunch of stuff that someone has labeled ‘bad for you’ and you can stop eating the gross stuff that some bean counter decided should be labeled ‘good for you’ , and start enjoying real food again. The way humans were intended to.

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6 thoughts on “What is your definition of Natural Weight Loss?

  1. Pingback: 25AugWhat is your definition of Natural Weight Loss?Filed Under: Healthy Eating    by: Carole | ealthy herbs guru

  2. Scotsgal

    I agree with your points here, Carole.
    I’m almost sure that today’s society is encouraging us not to eat healthily. Then we have the oversized portions and the diet drinks that are sold with every “supersized” fast food meal.
    Years ago, when we did not have such a wide choice of foods, – few ready to eat convenience foods, and before the invention of “Supersize”, we all seemed to be a lot healthier.

    P.S. I wish I’d known about your books ages ago,
    really worthwhile. You have opened my eyes!

  3. Beth

    Carole, I love milk and dairy products. What suggestions would you have to eat and drink instead? For instance, what to pour over my oatmeal for cereal or put in macaroni and cheese?
    I think I would like almond “milk”, but it is too expensive for my budget. Thanks for your reply.

  4. Carole Post author

    Hi Beth,

    A little milk on your cereal or in your mac n cheese isn’t going to hurt you much. You’re not using boxed mac n cheese, are you?

    The best choice of milk would be organic where the cows have not been fed a chemical, hormone, and anti-biotic diet.

    Thanks Fiona – glad you like them!

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