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When I started this lifestyle, I was completely opposed to fake foods, or healthy diet-friendly alternatives to the unhealthy “foods” that I used to eat. I didn’t like the idea of making fake ice cream, or fake mashed potatoes or anything like that, because I wanted to appreciate the food that I was eating for what it was. I thought that eating fake versions of my weaknesses would just make me give in to temptation more. I’d much rather try to overcome this and build up my willpower.
But at a certain point, I found myself craving certain foods more and more, and falling into the terrible habit of more frequent cheat days. In order to save myself, appeal to others, and help those who were doing the same, I caved and decided to try my hand at making some alternatives.
Here are my Fake Foods / Healthy Alternatives Recipes.
I figured a new year’s resolution list would be an appropriate way to get this off the ground.
New Year, New Life.
So without further ado, here’s a list of things to accomplish throughout the year:
Ideas are well and good, but putting them down to help others act really counts.
Further regiment eating habits and catalog the process and progress.
Work out on a solid schedule and detail the methods and results.
Learn to do something new.
Making a conscious decision to own less stuff, and get more out of everything.
Plan out and follow through with an amazing trip.
Time is limited, make everything count towards self-enrichment, make something.
By any means necessary: adventures, friends, anything and everything.
There it is.
Follow along and learn mental and physical tricks to make ourselves better.
Lets see how we do.