Non-Diet approach in practice

non diet approach melbourne

I came across this quote from Michelle May M.D the other day, and I absolutely love it. A client of mine came to this realization the other day, as he is working on trying to view all food as not good, or bad, but rather neutral. He described the importance of choosing higher quality, “nicer” foods and those which he really feels like, rather than what he thinks is “healthier”.     The effect on his overall relationship with food being:
– Decreased feelings of guilt,
– Increased feelings of satisfaction,
– No longer always thinking about what his next meal or snack will be and
– Reducing the constant “obsessiveness” with what he “should” be doing.

This freedom to choose what you really feel like is one of the key aspects of setting yourself on the path towards peace with food and eating.

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