Healthy eating is only truly healthy when done from a place of self-care and self-love, in a way that is enjoyable and gives you health and energy to live your life to the fullest.
One of my favourite teachers, Marc David, the founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, said it beautifully - “Masterpiece or paint-by-numbers. The blurring of the line between healthy eating and restrictive eating is the difference between a work of art and a paint-by-number. Either way, you end up with a nice picture - until you get close up to take a look. There is a subtle difference between eating well and eating restrictively. Is your picture of health constrained by rigid lines and predetermined colours? Or does it expresses your individuality, preferences and lifestyle?”.
What shifts do you need to make to create happier healthy eating?
Would you like to learn how to make those shifts?