On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m sharing why my nutrition advice has changed over the years.
Some of my old school Live Lean TV YouTube subscribers, that have been around since early 2011, want to know why some of my nutrition ideas have changed since my earlier videos.
For example, I’ve received questions such as:
“Brad – If we’re supposed to reduce consumption of grains and dairy, why do you use them in your earlier cooking videos? Also, why were you so boring back then on camera?”
If you want to watch an example of “old school boring Brad”, go check out my first ever, and at the time of this video, my most popular video yet, on lemon water.
First of all, I’m “more smarter” than you think… or is it thunk 🤪?
If you think people can’t change their views on things based on new findings, you’d probably still think these 4 ridiculous ideas on health were true.
It’s true Coca-Cola was once marketed as a medicinal tonic.
See the nurse in the above Coca-Cola ad?
Doctors and their silly medicines 🤪.
Wait a minute, isn’t that true?
You’re telling me there’s such thing as vaginal restoration surgery to tighten those muscles?
Okay, moving on.
Or what about the earlier views that cigarette smoking was healthy and did not cause cancer.
Of course this study was sponsored by cigarette companies.
Those greedy SOBs.
Or what about before the 19th century doctors didn’t think they needed to wash their hands to get rid of germs before surgery.
That’s just nasty.
So if you’ve wondered why my views on nutrition have evolved, here’s my point.
My views on fitness and nutrition have evolved and will continue to evolve.
Because I’m a big time reader and am constantly learning from the best of the best and applying these new findings to my own lifestyle.
So I’ll leave you with this.
If there is one thing i am certain of, it’s that i will never be certain about anything again.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.