It’s the New Year which means maybe you are thinking of health goals. Are you considering pizza or a salad for lunch? What you put in your mouth matters. There is a long list of good food and bad food and all of these constant constraints can become overwhelming.
When you put the diet aside you can really hear your internal voice and your body knows what to eat at any moment. When you stop and listen to it, it will tell you the truth.
Take care of your overall health by eating good foods. There is no such thing as good and bad food, simply practice moderation and eat what feels right when you leave your emotions out of the food you will no longer find yourself overeating.
People who lean on food for emotional overeating tend to feel guilty. There is no need to feel guilty. Eating food to feel satisfied is an important aspect of your overall health. It will help you feel more comfortable and you won’t overeat when you get in touch with your emotions.
The food you eat makes a difference. And what you put in your mouth can actually impact your health, including your oral health. Choosing a diet high in sugar can damage the tooth enamel and cause cavities where is a diet high in fibrous foods can help improve the strong bone structure of your mouth and internal organs.
There is no need to fear food. It can be a tool to help you reach your true potential. Look at food as a way to feel the energy and connect and feel alive. There is nothing wrong with you. You don’t have to go on a diet to lose weight.
Your dentist and doctor can help as well. Visit them and they will help you.
If you’re going to eat a snack, pick something that satisfies your mind-body, and soul if you want to have something sweet choose dried fruit or food that will help you feel more energy. After you eat it, some foods drain your energy foods that are high in fat and cholesterol can actually make you feel run down instead eat healthier choices.