Episode 10: What The Heck Should I Eat?

Now more than ever, deciphering which diet to follow is incredibly confusing. There are so many options to choose from – so how do we know the very best one? Our tenth episode of the Today Is The Day Podcast, “What The Heck Should I Eat?”, is now available on your favourite podcast platforms.

Today is the day we’re conquering the big question: What the heck should we eat? There are so many diets that have amazing benefits, but the sheer volume of them can leave us scratching our heads – and maybe rubbing our bellies – wondering what we should be eating.

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Covered In This Episode

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • We all have different bodies, and consequently, we all have different dietary needs.
  • Why the lack of an indigenous diet in Western culture has led to so many dietary protocols.
  • About popular diets such as raw, vegan, vegetarian, whole food plant-based (WFPB), lectin-free, paleo and keto diets.
  • How cutting out fast and processed foods can have the biggest positive effect on your health.
  • Why a diet that works for you right now might be the wrong thing for your body a few years from now.
  • Josh’s diet experiment that you can try yourself and figure out what’s best for your lifestyle.
  • Josh and Meghan debunk some myths about certain diets’ health benefits.
  • How one diet ended up spiking Meghan’s blood sugar.
  • Meghan and Josh’s guidelines for picking the diet that’s right for you.
  • In the end, regardless of which diet works best for your lifestyle, make sure that it’s easy to make and delicious!

Episode Bonus: Recipe Adapting Tips + 1 Recipe, 3 Ways

This episode’s bonus includes how you can adapt any recipe to suit your needs, common ingredient substitutions and one fettuccine recipe made three delicious ways: vegan, Paleo and nut-free.

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2 responses to “Episode 10: What The Heck Should I Eat?

  1. Pam Thelen August 9, 2019

    I am very interested in what to do if one has a borderline high glucose level (102) with no family history of diabetes. Maybe 10-15 pounds overweight with belly fat. I eat basically a plant based diet with protein from beans, nuts and seeds. I drink about 12 oz. of vegetable juice per day and usually an 8 oz. smoothie with lots of superfoods. I am wondering if I should cut back on my vegetables, fruit and juices. And if I don’t eat much animal protein other than once a week a piece of salmon, would it be recommended to eat more protein in the way of more nuts, seeds and beans? Thanks!

  2. Hi Pam! We recommend connecting with a health practitioner in your area, who can take your full health history and develop a customized nutrition protocol that is specific to your needs. It sounds like you are making a lot of healthy choices already, and working with someone can help you fine tune, support and enhance your diet.

Let us know what you think!