Unhealthy Eating- The Joke is on You
Just in time for Christmas I want to discuss a pet-peeve of mine: Unhealthy eating and those who brag about it. I offer nutritional guidelines to all of my San Diego personal training clients and individualized nutrition plans to those who need the extra support. Unfortunately, sometimes the need for help is beyond my realm of expertise.
I look at eating as the classic angel on one shoulder, devil on the other scenario. Before every meal, you have the opportunity to make a wise, healthful decision or a disastrous life-shortening one. Put simply in writing it is obvious which choice you would make, but come meal time impulse can override any good intentions.
The best advice that I can give is to stay true to your beliefs. If you’ve recently embarked upon a new health and wellness routine you know that it’s never going to be easy, but if you keep giving in to unhealthy temptations you will never win the weight loss battle. If you allow yourself to change, it can be as easy as flipping a switch if you choose to eliminate unhealthy foods and patterns from your life. Make a choice and stick with it.
Food is not an emotional healer. Food can however act as a destructive enabler.
Committed to Your Health,
Posted on December 20, 2010, in fitness, nutrition, personal training, weight loss and tagged diet, holiday diet, nikol klein, nutrition guidelines, nutrition help, overeating, overindulgence, san diego diet, san diego nutritionist, san diego personal trainer, weight loss. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.