When sorting through some piles the other day looking for meatless meal ideas for Lent, I found an old recipe card that was DISTURBING. It was a list of Lenten meal ideas that included things like:
- Wendy’s baked potato bar
- Taco Bell bean burritos
- Burger King burgers without the meat
FOR REAL YOU GUYS!
Over on the other side of the same card were ideas for what to make at home…
- Veggie sandwich with low-fat dressing
- Whole wheat bagels with low-fat cream cheese
- Fat free soup with low-fat crackers
Thank God I eventually found out the truth about real food and healthy fats before it was too late! How sad, though, that I bought the whole mainstream line of thinking about fats without even stopping to think if it made any sense. I wasn’t a label reader then and just didn’t know. I suppose we all have to give ourselves a break, now that we know better, we can do better, but wow.
- Read all about healthy fats here
- For more help, buy Sarah’s e-book, Get Your Fats Straight
- Start here if you’re just beginning your real food journey and are overwhelmed
- Find some real food Lenten meatless meal ideas here
- The Real Food for Rookies class is an online course you can take anytime that it’s convenient for you. Since our food supply has completely changed in the last few decades, we’ve never been more unhealthy. It’s time we rediscover the power of Real Food to nourish our bodies so we can live full, active, pain-free lives. This class will help you get caught up on all the basics, and find out how changing what you eat can change everything. Click here to learn more.
- Or pick up the Real Food Ingredient Guide to help you navigate through the grocery store aisles or the farmers market booths (the book is also free with the class) and find what you need to nourish your family. If you want your kids (or yourself!) off junk food and are sick of the struggle, this book can help. Learn what to buy and why, where to buy it, and how to afford it. Click here to learn more.