Soon we’ll be facing holiday traditions that are based upon feasting: turkey, dressing, gravy, candied yams, yeast rolls, butter, jam, pumpkin, apple and pecan pies, cranberry sauce, glazed ham, eggnog, cheese balls, crackers, cookies, candy, fruit cakes, nut breads, fudge, confectionary treats, peppermint ice cream, pancakes, waffles, sausages, bacon; just to name a few.
As a culture, I think its time we seriously evaluate our traditions.
If a tradition abuses the body, why participate in it?
If a tradition promotes disease, why do it?
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- accepted rules and standards of human behavior (Wikipedia)
- pertaining to the distinction between right and wrong (Dictionary.com)
As a nation, perhaps it’s time we raise our morals and stop abuse.
Will you be promoting food abuse this holiday season; or stopping it?
Let's dialogue. What are your plans to eat for health during the holidays?