In middle school, I remember coming home after school and heading to the freezer for a couple of scoops of Breyers® Butter Pecan ice cream, my Dad’s favorite flavor. I craved sweets, and this combo seemed to do the trick.
I still have sweet cravings. Now, they’re less severe, less frequent, and my favorite ice cream combo is Trader Joe’s Coconut Milk Chocolate “ice cream” with a scoop of Whole Foods 365 Peanut Butter. Yum!
I’ve tried so many different ways of eating and learned a ton about what’s best for me through food intolerance and genetic testing. I’ve also tested our children, so our family can eat for our genetics and health, instead of dis-ease.
Eating for your genetics is a journey and not always easy. But it’s straightforward and can even be fun!
Just last week, my daughter and I found a 4-pack of dairy-free Talenti® Sorbetto at Costco, and the cold brew coffee sorbetto was insanely creamy and delicious!
Over the past two decades helping thousands of families achieve vibrant health naturally, I’m still floored how chronic symptoms resolve so quickly on the right real food diet.
P.S. Check out Step 01: Eat Real Food Fit for You and learn how to get more joy and less complaining at the dinner table.
About the Author: Dr. Sue McCreadie
Sue McCreadie, MD (aka Dr. Sue) is a board-certified pediatric physician and mom of three, with two decades of experience helping thousands of families achieve vibrant health naturally. In her pediatric practice, she helps children achieve health naturally by adapting their diet and lifestyle to optimize their genetics. Since transforming her health and wealth through a science-backed nutritional system, Dr. Sue helps other women and healthcare practitioners live their best life fit and financially free. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with her husband, Dave, and their three children, Kaitlin, Elle, and Addison. www.FitFemFree.com