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  • Megan, Founder + CEOat

New Year, New You: Tips for a Healthier Relationship with Food



As we enter the new year, many of us may be thinking about making changes in our relationship with food. Whether you want to lose weight, eat healthier, or simply have a more positive relationship with food, it's important to have a plan in place to help you achieve your goals. 🏆



One way to start is by setting specific, achievable goals for yourself. Maybe you want to eat more fruits and vegetables, or perhaps you want to cut back on sugary drinks. Whatever your goals may be, make sure they are specific and measurable so you can track your progress.


It can also be helpful to keep a food diary or journal to help you stay on track. Write down everything you eat and drink, as well as how you feel after each meal. This can help you identify any patterns or habits that may be hindering your progress, and it can also help you see the progress you are making. 📓


Another important aspect of changing your relationship with food is to focus on nourishment and enjoyment, rather than deprivation or restriction. Instead of cutting out entire food groups or drastically reducing your calorie intake, try to make small, sustainable changes that will improve your overall diet. Choose foods that are nourishing and satisfying, and allow yourself to enjoy treats in moderation.


Remember, changing your relationship with food is a journey, and it will take time and effort. But with patience and persistence, you can develop a healthy and positive relationship with food that will serve you well in the new year and beyond. 🙌


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