Some time ago I realised that I was over-consuming information. All too easily done given how accessible it is.
It's human nature to search for the next best thing, or the magic pill, but often we already have the answers bottled up in our head.
So many people ask me questions, especially about nutrition, when they already know the answer themselves.
They're either looking for something more complicated, or just need a seal of approval that they're doing the right thing.
"I'm not sure what to do, I'm having digestive issues when I eat dairy, and I seem to feel better eating more plant-based foods but sticking to pescatarian."
Sounds like you're off to a good start.
You can also get by on the basics, in all walks of like, if practiced really well.
The basics always account for the main slice of the pie. The problem is... they either seem too simple, or we'd rather procrastinate looking for something better than putting one foot in-front of the other.
I know I'm guilty here.
Day-to-day decisions about our health and wellbeing can, and must, be made on the knowledge and intuition that we all possess.
So, next time you're scrolling for the next approach or strategy that you'll take, or opening up your phone to plug a question into google...
Ask yourself first.