Sometimes we make things too complicated. I know I do. For example: After reading 15 books on different styles of a healthy living lifestyle, reading 25 blog posts, and watching people argue the pros and cons of different lifestyle diets, one can get overwhelmed by the vast amount of information out there.
But, it doesn’t always have to be that complicated.
I have long been fascinated with some of the many healing diets out there – they often have tremendous results for people. We’ve been on some of them ourselves. But that doesn’t mean that’s where you need to start in your journey towards eating well. In fact, you probably shouldn’t unless you have a specific reason you need to.
Making simple steps towards eating better can be tremendously helpful. With that in mind, I wrote a free eBook for my email subscribers as a thank you gift for supporting my blog. It’s called Cheat Sheet to a Healthy Diet in 10 Easy Steps. In it, you will find simple steps you can take in your own time. My hope is that this gives you tangible steps to take that show how easy it is to improve your diet.
While I originally thought of this as more of a gift to those at the beginning of their journey, in the end I realized that it was also a valuable reminder of the basics for everyone. I was encouraged myself as I worked on the book to remember that the basics DO make such a big difference and that eating healthy doesn’t have to complicated or hard.
If you are already a current email subscriber, make sure to check your “promotions” folder, as this eBook was sent out this last Wednesday. For those wanting to subscribe, you can do so here, and an email will be sent to you after you confirm your subscription with your download instructions. You will get the Cheat Sheet to a Healthy Diet, as well as a chart of nutrient dense foods that will help you on your journey towards a nourishing diet.
Thanks for all of you who support this blog! You are very much appreciated.
Latest posts by KimiHarris (see all)
- Autumn Roasted Vegetables (with Sweet Potatoes, Cabbage, Squash, Cranberries, and Potatoes) - November 19, 2019
- How Illness Changed How I Viewed Food - October 2, 2019
- Roasted Frozen Broccoli - September 11, 2019