How to eat with dignity. It’s not about being fancy – although it can be. It’s about honoring your self-worth, showing self-respect, and creating a moment worthy of you and your body’s need for nourishment. This week’s short video explains how to turn this concept into a daily habit to boost weight loss and create lifelong healthy eating habits.
Do you ever feel like if you hear another tip on which food will magically cause you to lose weight you’ll scream?
Who can keep track of all the latest superfoods?
And, do we even need to know them?
Most of the conversations about weight loss and healthy eating start with food. What to eat (caveman rabbit food) and what not to eat (evil “bad” foods).
Here’s the thing though, I bet you already have a pretty good idea of how to eat healthily.
What you really want to know is how to:
- Build healthy habits that feel good.
- Enjoy life at a healthy weight without feeling deprived.
- Stick to those habits and keep yourself from turning into a toddler let loose in Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory sometime around 10 pm.
Been there – it’s not pretty.
Sure, nutrition plays an important part in weight loss but it can start to feel like you have to put your life on hold just to keep track of everything.
That’s why this week’s video is one of my favorite topics to work on with new clients.
This is a must watch to simplify healthy eating overwhelm.
Creating new habits isn’t easy. The good news is there is more than one way to get from A to Z. If you’ve been trying the same approach with increasing frustration consider this your permission to change the gameplan.
After watching the video I want to know:
How might things shift if you put your efforts into eating with dignity at each meal and snack?
Then – Try this for 4 days. Yep, just 4 days.
Then share your thoughts on how this little experiment went. What did you notice, how did you feel, what changed? Be detailed with your observations.
Thanks so much for reading, watching, and participating!
Remember, big changes are possible one joy-filled step at a time.