Many people have had the same experience when it comes to nutrition.
You commit to a new diet with high expectations. Initially, it goes well. You see progress every day in the mirror. You feel pride when your clothes begin to fit you comfortably. You have every reason to be proud of your commitment. In many cases, however, diets do not last. Food temptation is everywhere, and your own body can actually working against your goals. This makes strict eating regiments very difficult to stick to in the long term.
What’s called for is a shift in the way you think about our relationship with food.
In the nutrition section we will touch on specific practices that you can implement to have a relationship with eating that will withstand the test of time. Adopting certain outlooks and understanding the science behind cravings and weight gain will give you all the information you need to make good decisions that will last a lifetime!
In this section we will present ways to frame your relationship with food positively. Which vegetables do you enjoy? Which exercises do you actually find fun? Having this self-awareness can make healthy living feel like a joy rather than a chore. A gift to yourself rather than a punishment
Are there hormones or brain systems in the body that govern how full or hungry we feel? If you knew exactly what they were, could you make decisions that took them into account? Would that have implications for cravings and weight gain? This section will answer all of these questions. It will provide a better understanding of the science behind appetite, and put control back in your hands
What is the difference between a boiled vegetable and a bag of potato chips? Do they affect your body differently and make you more or less susceptible to cravings and weight gain? This section will give an in depth understanding of the difference between whole and processed foods. Once you fully understand each, you can make informed decisions at the grocery store and when dining out at restaurants