You will be pleased to know that you don’t have to quit sugar to stop sugar cravings! But I do encourage you to become more mindful of why you reach for sugary drinks and foods.
Convenience eating, is one of the nine Eating for You Drivers, or reasons, for Eating. But can convenience eating be mindful and healthy? This driver can either support or detract from your health and wellbeing.
How many food rules did you learn before age 10? Food rules guide our conscious and subconscious drivers or reasons for eating. And this is one of the reasons why Eating for You focusses on habits, rather than food.
The Eating for You approach is based on mindfulness. Mindful eating is not a quick fix, but it offers a lifelong solution.
Diets on the other hand promise quick weight loss which comes back on as soon as you go off the diet. Would you prefer a quick fix that doesn’t last or a lifelong solution?
“Can I really eat anything?” is a common question that I am asked when I describe the Eating for You approach. After being on a restricted diet, so many clients say, I am happy that I can eat pasta, bread, fruit, chocolate, or whatever the food is that they are missing!
Winter health comes from our experience of winter. When you think of winter, what comes to mind?
Your answers will help you plan for a healthy and happy season, as will my 7 Tips for Winter Health!