Join the “Gluttony is Great” Movement
While you may feel “Greed is Good,” as The Guru of Gluttony I’m here to tell you that “Gluttony is Greater.” Despite popular culture concepts like “eat healthy,” “cut carbs,” and “lose weight,” I say indulge!
Homer Simpson in Donut Hell:
Maybe what I’m going to tell you won’t be a surprise as I am your DeathbedFood® blogger. It’s true that I rarely promote gluten-free salads. Instead, I focus on fattening, indulgent and instantly gratifying foods such as Mac & Cheese.
Don’t think Mac & Cheese is “maj” as Rachel Zoe would say? You know you love it. Whether it was the Kraft variety as a kid or the black truffle variety now, you know you want it. If you can’t admit that, I’m not sure we can be friends.
How does eating Mac & Cheese improve your life beyond momentary bliss? I can see it now, you’re thinking “C’mon, I’m gonna have to run 5 miles to burn off half of it (and I don’t run).”
By savoring a “to die for” dish, I, The Guru of Gluttony, have discovered that you’ll increase your endorphin production. Who isn’t Pro-Endorphin? Once your endorphins are fired up, you’ll be more motivated to do all those life-prolonging things you should be doing: floss, use that electric toothbrush, file paperwork – you name it.
The results? Eat like a glutton and lose weight.
Embrace your inner Glutton. Be a pioneer! You love to eat – you, too, ladies. Sign up to become a card-carrying Glutton. You’ll receive the DeathbedFood® “Gut Buster” monthly newsletter with tips on how to expand your inner glutton. Other key features are bacon-filled recipes, Paula Deen’s monthly “Butter Y’all” column and timely editorials such as “Cronuts, They Have Your Name On Them.”