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8 TIPS FOR MEAL AND DIGESTION HEALTH

8 TIPS FOR MEAL AND DIGESTION HEALTH

HEALTH IS NOT JUST ABOUT WHAT YOU EAT, IT IS ABOUT WHAT YOU DIGEST AND ABSORB.

Selecting balanced, nutritious foods is no guarantee for a healthy body and lifestyle with food. The following suggestions may be equally, possibly more important to your health as the foods you choose.

9 REAL OUTCOMES OF A DIET

9 REAL OUTCOMES OF A DIET

WHAT YOU REALLY GET FROM DIETING.
"This diet really worked!, but I couldn’t stick with it and I gained all the weight back". If a diet plan cannot be maintained then it cannot work. First, stop blaming yourself; "I have no self-control...I got too busy.

4 WAYS TO MOVE FEAR FOODS INTO THE FREEZONE

4 WAYS TO MOVE FEAR FOODS INTO THE FREEZONE

Challenging fear foods can be a very hard task. Moving foods into the free zone is not only important for variety in the diet, but it is also helpful as you move forward in recovery. Here are some tips for challenging fear foods:

MAKE A LIST. Make a list of fear foods, ranking them from least scary to most scary.

5 TIPS FOR SETTING AND OBTAINING GOALS

5 TIPS FOR SETTING AND OBTAINING GOALS

Part of moving forward in life is setting goals. Many people’s goals include nutrition goals. It could be to eat in a more “healthy” way, start exercising, or increasing variety in your diet. Goals are different and individualized from person to person, but how can you set goals, manage them, and succeed?

READY TO TAKE YOUR RECOVERY TO A NEW LEVEL? 6 TIPS TO EXPOSE “SUBTLE ED”

Restricting, binge eating and purging name only a few of the many obvious eating disorder behaviors. Subtle ED comes in the form of rules and guidelines that may be innocently referred to as “diet mentality”. Diet mentality for those working in recovery may be overlooked, all the while, subtly fueling the eating disordered thoughts. The following examples have been shared with me through my clients who have been able to dig even deeper into honest and thorough recovery. Challenging subtle ED requires an increased awareness and conquering them can be very empowering. I hope it helps.