So I had a hamburger the other day...

So I had a hamburger the other day...

And it was lovely. Bet you won’t find that in most health and wellness books or diets. So am I a hypocrite? Not a shining example of living Sevenpointfive? Nope. Wanna know why?

 

  1. The patty was made at the restaurant. Why is that important? Fresh ingredients. They not only taste better, but won’t have all the preservatives or treatments or binders mass produced stuff does. 
  2. Organic meat. Organic means that no chemical or pesticides were used in the rearing of the food. It doesn’t guarantee that none were added after it was harvested, but its a good start. If you can get free range as well, you're doing even better.
  3. Fresh roll. Freshly made, naturally risen bread made with stone ground flour. No additives. No bleached white flour.
  4. Butter. It had butter on it. Not margarine. Not 'spread.' etc. Natural is better. The less tampering with your food, the healthier it is.

I bet my burger was healthier than that pre-made store bought salad you had... So what's the point? Good ingredients can make a seemingly unhealthy meal, perfectly healthy. And bad ingredients can make a seemingly healthy option, not.