Would Your Great Grandmother Eat That?

If you're overwhelmed by the abundance of information being offered on the subject of food and how to eat well,


This post is for you.  

I think we've overcomplicated it.  

I operate best with simple, practical advice. 

Maybe you do too?

I have listed ten thoughts that have helped me choose good food more easily.

These steps have worked for centuries. 

You ready?


  1. If it can't rot, don't eat it. 

  2. If it's advertised, you don't need it. 

  3. Make sure what you're eating, ate well.

  4. If it's in a packet, it's not essential. 

  5. Eat food you know the story behind. 

  6. If it comes from a plant, eat it. If it was made in a plant, don't.

  7. Avoid food with more than four ingredients. 

  8. Don't eat what is served through a car window

  9. Meat is a sometimes food.

  10. Break these rules sometimes.

If you would like to hear from a voice of clarity on the subject of diet, but you're unsure where to begin. I highly recommend Michael Pollan as a guide. Start with his video below.: