Stacey’s passion is to picture people and food in the best light and tell stories through photography and writing. In 2008, her business, Best Light Media, LLC, was born. Like her grandfather before her, a career photographer, she loves photos and food, and specializes in mouth-watering food photography. Her goal is to create warm, personal photos of people as they are — naturally beautiful — and tease the tastebuds with delectable food shots. In addition to this delicious food blog, she has an online portfolio at www.StaceyViera.com. Inquiries are welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Stacey on Twitter.
Why does “every food fit?” What does this mean?
Every food fits because no one food is all good or all bad. Certainly some foods have greater nutritional value and provide more of our required nutrients, but we choose foods based on more than simply nutrition. Stating that every food fits is not discounting the critical role of nutrition to our overall health and well being. Rather, it is expanding the idea of healthy eating to include choosing foods that we truly enjoy, being creative, and finding a balance that suits our lifestyle. But it’s not permission to eat without awareness.
When labeling foods as good or bad, we carry those biases into our daily eating habits and lose out on some of the pleasure and enjoyment of food and the overall eating experience. Besides, many know all too well that we set ourselves up for failure when we deprive ourselves. It’s simply not worth it.
If we are incorporating a wide variety of foods, then there is room for everything – even if it’s only a bite!
The information in this blog is intended to be entertaining and educational and should not be considered a replacement for medical advice from a licensed physician or a replacement from comprehensive nutrition advice from a licensed dietitian.
All of the material – including all photography – on the Every Food Fits blog is copyrighted by Stacey Viera. Please link to the site if you wish to share the materials with others or submit queries to email@example.com.