In our diet-obsessed, food-abundant culture, eating is often guilt-inducing. Additionally, we receive general of “follow a healthy lifestyle.” And you know, this means exercise, and watch what you eat. However, this suggestion isn’t terribly helpful, if you’ve been unsuccessful at doing that for years.
Are you tired of New Year’s resolutions lists by now? Do you truly believe flipping a calendar page will give you the determination you’ve lacked so far? Every January, about one in three Americans resolve to improve themselves in some way....
The first step in beginning a healthy approach with your food choices, your weight-loss journey, or your general eating habits, is to decide what makes sense for you.
Food is neither good nor bad. Second, eating is a natural, healthy, and (should be a) pleasurable activity for satisfying hunger.
If we adopt a broader approach to losing weight – that we want to become healthier and live happier lives, we will give ourselves more space, and the flexibility to change our habits. Successful weight loss is the byproduct of a healthy and active lifestyle.