Cone health is a guide to healthy cone health. Cone health includes the entire production, distribution, and consumption of nuts and other foods, including the storage, use, and disposal of nuts. A properly stored and cared for nut is a reliable nut.
I am aware that cone health is a confusing term. Some people have trouble understanding it because it doesn’t seem to describe what it actually means. In the first edition of this guide, it was described as being “a guide to healthy cone health” and now it’s described as being “a guide to healthy cone health.” I think that was a big step in the right direction.
The problem with this language is that “healthy cone health” is a very broad term. I agree with the original definition, but in this edition, I have expanded that definition a lot and have made it a lot more specific. That’s because most people who would be interested in being healthy don’t have as much control over their diet as we do. I think that a healthy diet should be a matter of control, not a matter of nutrition per se.
This is a good point. I think a lot of people who read this will have a good idea of what health means, but they really dont know what is going on in their bodies. A few people have said this about their diet, but it’s not enough to make them feel better about their bodies. I think I know what causes people to feel worse about their bodies than they should about their diet.
This is what I am talking about. A person who has a health problem is sick. So when I read the lines about “cone health”, I think it means that a person has a problem in their head (or body) that is so bad that their body rejects the nutrients in their diet. And this is actually what happens if you have a health problem. You become sick. You lose appetite. You lose weight. You gain weight. You gain more weight.
This is what I am talking about. When you have a health problem, your body rejects the nutrients that you were eating and sends them to the fridge. You gain weight. You gain more. You gain weight. You gain more weight. You gain weight. You gain more weight. You gain weight. You gain more weight.
It’s not just the fat that gets rejected, it’s the protein too. Your body is rejecting your protein when you’re under stress so you burn fat instead.
Now let me be clear. The problem isn’t the number of calories you’re burning. It’s the amount of protein your body is rejecting. Now, if you can eat more protein, you’ll be able to take in more calories and therefore burn more fat. If you can’t, you’ll gain weight and probably end up on a fat-loss diet.
In the game, players build and fire cones which have varying levels of health. As each cone is fired, you gain health points. This is your gauge of how much weight you want to gain. Some of the cones have no health (you gain weight) while others have more health points (you gain more weight).
In the game, you may be able to eat as much protein as you want, but as you gain weight you can’t eat as much protein. Players build protein cones with varying health levels which they can eat. As they gain weight, they gain health points.