I totally get why people are so dedicated to the power of bananas. While they are not juicy, they are extremely dense and filling. In fact, Freelee The Banana Girl on YouTube attributes her slim physique and supreme levels of energy for hiking, cycling and international living to the power of bananas. While I don't agree with Freelee's views on overweight people the majority of the time, I do admire her for taking control of her health and embracing the fruitarian lifestyle for what it is.
I have to admit that I’ve been skimping on eating the best food possible. I haven't been getting a lot of sleep nor have I been drinking lots of water. YIKES! I’ve been trying to get settled here in NorCal and I have neglected my health, so I guess the bananas are sending a signal to my body that I need to get on the good foot or as Nana used to say “get on the stick.” So, here I am...gettin' on it and practicing some self-correction.
Whenever I feel the need to dive head first into vegan junk food for good, I think of African-American vegan trailblazers like Annette Larkins! If you don't know who Annette is, you should really *in my DC voice* "know the girl!!" LOL!
Annette is awesome and looks way better at 70 than I do at 30 because of her no nonsense approach to eating a high raw vegan diet.
How do you practice self correction when you've neglected your health goals? I wanna know, so leave a comment below.
*Clears throat* Let me eat this banana and get my ish together!