I have a healthy relationship with food

January 17, 2020

My diet is designed in a way to sustain me. I have a healthy relationship with food because I see its value when I make appropriate meal choices. I choose to provide my body with nutrients and energy. My days at work are more productive when I eat natural and fresh foods. They keep my brain sharp, so I am able to concentrate on my tasks.


Although I sometimes have cravings for junk food, I only give in to these cravings every once in a while. It is important for my optimal health to eat these foods sparingly. I avoid being controlled by what I eat. When my emotions are high, I ignore the urge to eat a lot of sugar. Although it sometimes gives me an energy boost, that lasts for only a short while. My food choices give me long-term vitality.


Sometimes I gain weight during the colder seasons, but I avoid feeling disheartened by it. I stay away from starving myself in an effort to lose weight. I know that it is wiser to eat varying portions of healthy foods in order to achieve specific weight goals. This is easy for me because I research and buy foods that are beneficial to my health.


Today, I am able to master my health because I make healthy food choices. It feels good to see the physical and mental results of making beneficial selections for my diet.


Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How often do I allow myself to indulge in junk food?

2. What are some of the resources I use to guide my food choices?

3. What part does exercise play in my overall well-being?


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