Eating is not a set of restrictions, it's a skill

The nutrition world has taught us a "one size fits all" approach to eating. And since you were a child you've been taught:

  • "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day"
  • "Never eat close to bedtime"
  • "Eating carbs late at night is bad"
  • "Eat whole grains"

And the truth is this may or may not be right for your body. Eating is not a "one size fits all" science. And what is right for someone else, may not be right for you.

In this video, Jason Ackerman and I spend sometime discussing why eating is not a set of restrictions, yet it's a skill.


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