Have you ever thought about your relationship with food? Really thought about it?
Have you ever taken noticed of what you eat over the day or even a week, how much is fresh and how much is processed?
Have you thought I wish I had more energy? I wish I could lose some weight?
We hear it all the time from clients, family and friends. It is posted all over social media and through labels at the supermarket. We have junk food advertised on the telly and then straight after an advertisement for a yogurt that will make you feel less bloated, or a probiotic to fight the bad gut bacteria or a multivitamin which is the answer to your lack of energy.
What if you didn’t need a quick fix or pick me up. What if you just needed to eat healthy fresh food? By simply changing your diet to contain healthy fresh food you could have more energy, sleep better, concentrate better and not to mention the dreaded food shopping trip would be so much quicker as you wouldn’t have to waste your time in 80% of the isles.
Any change is difficult. Changes to our eating habits are especially difficult. Food takes up so much of our day from shopping, preparing, cooking, eating and cleaning up. To eat well it takes time, commitment and organisation. But the end result of a healthy, better, more energised you is worth all the effort.
So how about this week you really take notice of what you eat and how you feel. Acknowledge your relationship with food and how you could improve because you’re worth it!