Thursday, 24 May 2018
What if I can't even get healthy eating right? #WeAreTheProblems
I overthink everything to make the world a happier place
What if I even get healthy eating wrong?
I drink a smoothie full of kale from the Nutribullet every day.
I just found out raw kale has a chemical that blocks iodine and effectively shuts down your thyroid.
I can't even get Healthy Eating right.
I love the phrase "Healthy Eating".
It shows we managed to screw up even the one thing that keeps us alive.
But I'll keep trying.
I've got a family medical history that makes The World At War look cheery.
And is about the same length.
Filling in insurance forms makes me sick.
But there's no room left to put that in the box too.
I'm not big but when I measure the kids' heights on the wall, they're now tall enough to mark the width of my belly.
Both of them can bounce on it.
It's like a really slow sympathy pregnancy.
That my wife isn't sympathetic about.
On the upside, I can't see my spare tyre over my manboobs.
I hope my daughter will buy me a training bra.
Maybe my belly is protecting me and will grow to distance me from the fridge, or blocking out the adverts on TV.
So I'm trying to do something about it.
I get food advice from podcasts and they're great.
They last about an hour, or 3 to 4 family size Dairy Milks.
I now put coconut oil into my coffees.
The end of every drink looks like a Bounty Bar abbatoir.
It's meant to put more protein into my brain.
So I can think clearly through the palpitations.
It's already pushing out the 1980s clarinet lessons.
I make sure I get a rainbow of fresh food, from puff pastry beige all the way to burnt steak sandwich brown.
I'm taking probiotics with no idea what they do
All I know is the best brand has more billions of bacteria.
And a box that says "Now wash your hands".
All my cheap food I like has wheat in it and that makes my face red.
I look like Mr Strong having a stroke.
And he has got a really firm grip.
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