Do you only eat sweets at night? Do you only diet in the summertime? Do you fast for lent?
WE all have our own food policy, even if we don’t know it.
Do you only eat unprocessed foods? Do you only eat raw foods? Do you only drink sodas on holidays? Maybe you drink sodas every day, and eat processed, cooked foods. Maybe you start your day off with 2 chocolate donuts every morning. Maybe you don’t. Whatever it is, it’s your own personal policy.
Changing your personal food policy is an easy way for constant dieters to break the cycle. How many times have you started a diet and then 2, 3, 6, or 8 weeks later fell off the wagon? It’s because stopping anything cold turkey is really hard. Cutting calories or carbs all the sudden is really difficult.
What if you decided to eat healthy until 6 or 7pm and then you could have whatever you wanted after that?
What if you decided that on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays you could only drink water?
What if you decided that you could only have processed foods on the weekends?
What if you decided that you were going to eat clean all week long?
I hope this will help you if you are having trouble on diets. Even a 10% change to healthier food and beverages will make a difference in your health. Think about it. It could be the change or option you’ve been looking for!
To your health!
Autumn (check me out at pacificnorthwesthealth.com)
P.S. Radishes are great for weight loss. They grab fat as they move through the body and flush it out through your colon!