Personally, I don’t like “treat” because it makes it seem as though the “treat” meals are “better” in some sense. I focus on the clean clear tastes of “real” food and especially how I feel an hour or two after eating. Yes, I *do* find french fries tasty … but only in a fairly unidimensional way … a well-constructed salad is tasty, colorful, and filled with a variety of textures and tastes. Most importantly, it remains a “treat” to the way I feel hours later whereas a heavy “Big mac” meal makes me feel dopey and stupid. I do agree that “treat” is better than “cheat.” Eating well is about *physics* and *biology* — it should *never* be about “religion” — In other words, I do not think it useful to think of yourself as being evil when you eat badly. You are just, after all, reacting to many millions of years of evolution when calories and salt were hard to come by. But now, for people who can easily get enough calories, you need to tune in to other aspects of the eating experience.
John thanks for the insights. Stay strong!
The Columbus nutrition idea it awesome!
Thanks for sharing Jason! stay cool )
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