Pecans, red plum, cocoa powder, and tahini. This tasted delicious. Any of my meals taste delicious, but the key to a delicious meal is nut/ seed butter. Some would call this a "fat bomb", but I call it, eating the correct amounts of all macronutrients. ●
Which brings me to my next topic: How many of you have fallen into the 'Mac traps'? For me, mac traps are based solely on macronutrients. That fat is bad or carbohydrates are the enemy. But my advice is to not fall into these traps. ●
Okay, so? To not fall into these traps? Are you kidding me, way to be descriptive. What I mean by this is to do your own research. Commit your own time into searching statistics and articles. Which I have posted about, by the way. And to not just trust a twenty something on the internet attempting to tell you that fats will make you fat. Any food will make you gain weight if you eat that food item in excess, as to eat more calories than you burn. ●
I have made this mistake as of many of times. Trusting one article of which may down potatoes, only to believe for a short portion of my lifetime that potatoes are bad for you. They are not, but only if you stick to less than four servings a week. And just like me believing that eating a great amount of almonds will kill you. Not exactly. At least not the ones commercially sold in America, that is.
But the point is to trust you own intellect.