Episode: 122 Food Addiction Continued

Ep: 122 Food Addiction Continued

Today’s episode features the book called Salt, Sugar, Fat by Michael Moss and Food Junkies by Vera Tarman and Phil Werdell.  These books are excellent companions for anyone wanting to beat back their food addictions. I also discuss my recent 28 days of a 30 day challenge of not adding salt to anything I cooked or ate and I made myself extremely aware of all salt and sodium in the foods that I wanted to eat.  The experiment has made me want to continue.

Ultimately, I am wanting you too to explore the reasons you eat what you eat and to open your mind to the possibility that food does not have to be hyper charged to be delicious.

Thank you for listening to Hemingway’s Heart

Robyne Hemingway


Episode 121: Exploring Our Diet and Health Journey

Ep: 121 Exploration of Diet and Health

Today’s Episode is about looking at two perspectives one in dealing with weight loss and health and the other is combating disease and health. Each are on the path of dietary discovery.

I briefly talk about fad diets like Atkins and Low Carb and I talk about the evolution of dietary discovery.  I introduce the book that treats heart disease; Reverse and Prevent Heart Disease by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn. This book has 8 rules to follow. I do believe that the case studies in this book will show that you can reverse heart disease.

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My name is Robyne Hemingway

Episode 120: The Big Question

Ep: 120 The Big Question

Today’s episode is about questioning why we do not explore information that can truly help us. I explain what I mean by talking about a man who had several signs of heart disease, leading down the road of several medical procedures to include surgery and when his doctor finally told him that the must prepare for death he turned to God. It was then that someone asked him if he had read the book How to Reverse and Prevent Heart Disease by Dr, Esselstyn…. The man said he knew of the book but he had not read it.

So, my question is why do we wait until the very end if ever to open a book with the answers right there on the cover? And why are so many of us willing to listen to the guy next door and follow his diet without one second of personal research? Why do we accept low carb diets as legit without educating ourselves first?  Why do we get so invested in diets that have temporary results and are often dangerous?

I only touch this subject today, but I will revisit this topic many times.

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