This is a graph that shows the percentage of obese people from various countries over the last 30 years and estimates the trend in the future

Frozen Foods Are Disappointing (And Making You Fat!)

Frozen Foods Are Disappointing

(And Making You Fat!)

Apparently, losing weight is even more complicated than rocket science!

Despite all the advances in science and technology over the last 30 years, the obesity epidemic has actually only gotten worse. Average body fat percentages have increased dramatically in America.

This is a graph that shows the percentage of obese people from various countries over the last 30 years and estimates the trend in the future

Again, despite societal efforts, obesity has been becoming an even larger problem and science has simply not helped. It seems like the more research is done…. the FATTER we are getting as a population!

It’s a complicated problem, but I argue for practical purposes that  maintaining healthy weight is as simple as cooking your own food!

Admittedly, It can be hard to get in the habit of cooking.  I used to buy sacks of onions that grew out of my cupboard like Jack and the onion stalk!

But once you taste the wholesome goodness (YUMMY… WHOLESOME) and discover the joy of home cooking, there is no going back. There is no going back to the sad microwave dinner that, if you turn your head, looks a lot like a toilet full of diarrhea!

Admit it! Frozen food is simply disappointing. (Do not make the mistake of even walking down that aisle in the supermarket.) Unless you are on the space station or a mile high on an airplane, opt for real non-frozen food.

Here are a few good reasons to avoid frozen foods:

  • They suck and you will be disappointed 
  • That is all

If you simply take away the false advertising of the food labels, you would not pay the exorbitant fee for those frozen dinners.

Frozen dinners = thin wallet, fat belly and more time on the cardio machines

(or you can burn fat with a cold shower)

But why do all that extra work burning off calories you don’t even enjoy? Instead, learn recipes that take inspiration from the paleo diet (one fine lunch pictured below)

Are you feeling peckish right now?

Here is one of my favorites from slowcarbfoodie.com!