Step 2 of creating the true mind-body connection is centered around feeding our bodies with nutritious foods. Now if you have been following my blog, you know my philosophy of eating a diet of whole foods. I have had clients ask me if there are certain groups of food that we should not eat. I am not a person that believes in completely eliminating any food or food group, but I do believe in BALANCING our meals and food choices.
I believe the best thing you can do for your nutrition is to eat a wide variety of fresh, colorful natural foods. When you bring awareness to how you eat, how much you eat and what you eat, you will slowly start to change your eating habits. This slow progression is the best way to ensure a sustainable lifestyle change and to avoid the typical yo-yo diet. We all need to strive to obtain a healthy relationship with food. When we just view food as fuel, or to “the” thing that fills emotional voids we end up sabotaging our overall health. If you or someone you know needs help identifying ways to regain a healthy relationship with food I am here to help.
If you would like a more personalized plan to help you achieve your health and fitness goals, Schedule your complimentary 30 minute session with me now.