Good Nutrition in 100 Words

The nutrition philosophy I live by can be summed up by “Nutrition in 100 Words,” which I created for Steve’s PaleoGoods.
Steve’s PaleoGoods has generously allowed me to use this creation in my own work, and it has become the backbone of my community at Good Food for Bad Cooks.
Steve is as passionate about real food as anyone around, and his company was built not just to provide healthy food, but to fund his non-profit, Steve’s Club National Program. I talk about Steve’s PaleoGoods all the time: my favorite products are their Cinnamon Krunch (which I used to make my 10-minute Apple Crisp), their Apple Pie PaleoKit, and their PaleoChef dressing line.  It’s a company I love to support.

In support of Steve’s PaleoGoods and Good Food for Bad Cooks, Steve and I wanted everyone to have access to this adorable PRINTABLE version of Nutrition in 100 Words!

Good Food for Bad Cooks will be filled with members-only printables that are just as awesome. 
Click on the image below to download and print the full-sized version – and please feel free to share!
 

Nutrition in 100 Words

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  1. Hi Liz, I found your site through the PICP Coaches listings. I am a Philly-based personal trainer and nutrition consultant who loves all things related to muscles, health, and spreading real knowledge. As a beginning-entrepreneur, I am very impressed with your site, particularly your disclaimers about your education. As a college-educated music performer, I often feel like my voracious curiosity and thirst for knowledge and application just might not be enough in the face of everyone’s “official” credentials.
    Granted, my perspective as a visitor of your site is a bit different than the ordinary person looking for information, but I was drawn to the sincerity conveyed in your relentless drive to help, in spite of more formal education. In many cases, the relentless drive to learn truly does exceed those who “coast on credentials”, not keeping up with new information and practices.
    Anyway, I would just like to take a moment to thank you for the inspiration, as it is something I sorely need at the moment. I will be following your work on Facebook (and I already see you have a nice following! Congratulations!!), so keep up the good work!
    Best,
    Nick

    1. Thanks for those kind words, Nick! While I have nothing against formal education, it’s certainly not the only way to gain knowledge. And probably not the best way, either!

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