Eating food that loves you back is the key to a healthier lifestyle! We all have that one delicious treat we can’t imagine giving up, but what if that food is causing trouble just like a bad romantic relationship? Inflammation, pain, tightness, anxiety, hormonal problems, depression, and disease are just some of the problems that can arise from eating food that doesn’t love us back. It’s time to part ways with those unhealthy options and embrace the beauty and healing of food that truly nourishes us. Don’t worry, you can learn to love the foods that love you back. Let’s prioritise our health and make the switch to a happier, healthier lifestyle.
Start doing the things you’ve been resisting in your health, and you may find something new to love on the other side. Here are some tips to get you started on eating food that loves you back:
Focus on what you can eat and make the process enjoyable. Understand ingredient labels and what they mean. At first it can be overwhelming with all the new information you are getting – there are some products out there that will shock you to see what they are made of. And it will make you think twice about what you eat, which is great motivation to stick to the plan.
Start planning your meals in advance to avoid quick takeaway meals, which are often high in calories and low in vitamins and nutrients. Meal planning gives you control over your food intake and a sense of accomplishment.
Break your old pattern long enough, and you will reach a point when it’s easier to keep up the new habit.
Remember, there is always a reward on the other side of every challenge. If you’ve been trying to make a change, but find you keep getting stopped, getting the right support around you can make all the difference. I’d love to support you.
With these tips — and the information you need to make smart, heart-healthy choices — you can feel good about what you eat even when life gets busy.
Hi! It's great to have you here; thanks for dropping by. My name is Maricel, and I specialize in plant-based cuisine. Having decided to become vegan while traveling and developing the options of plant-based cooking, I have decided to continue my work as a holistic chef to share with you how abundant plant-based food can be..