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.
Why this is important to us
These lessons are the motivating factor behind the most recent changes here at Strengthlete.
The goal of our company is not just to sell you clean protein or supplements, but also to teach you the context in which they should be used, how to change your habits, and overall, how to change your relationship with food.
This is so important to us because these lessons changed my life, this business, and are the essence of our change and transformation.
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