This is a video from my YouTube channel showing some meals from a couple of weeks ago. You'll notice a decided theme in most of them. I'm a lazy cook and, frankly, have gotten to the point where I'm less interested in eating than in figuring out what to eat so that I don't have to think about food for the rest of the day. This is a remarkable change in my attitude towards meals - or meal, or heavy snack. It seems I may have achieved that Nirvana fat people dream of: looking at food as fuel and not as any of the multitude other roles we place on it.
For the most part, I just don't care about food very much anymore. This is a direct result of the ketogenic diet. I believe my mind and body have been 'rebooted' back to their original programming. And by that I mean original like "original", s in the way we've always been designed to function before our system got off track over the last bit of humankind. Like some jerk of a hacker in the universe's basement infected us with a virus and all hell broke loose. But instead of airlines being grounded or dirty pop-ups appearing on computer screens, the health of an entire generation the world over has taken a nose dive.
No, I no longer dream of food, think of food, yearn for food. It's now a tool. Like a toothbrush or a good night's sleep or fresh air. It's used to keep me healthy and productive. It isn't my reason for getting up in the morning. Nor do I cry myself to sleep at night anymore.
Sheesh, such heavy writing just to introduce a video about all the ways I eat eggs!
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