Address Your Emotions Sans Food- emotional eating is a real thing. However, food is not the solution for your emotional woes. Choosing to actively address the reason for your emotions feeling the way it does helps curb the unhealthy side of eating, i.e. overeating and binging. Finding another outlet for your frustrations, for your feelings, that is not food-related is in fact healthier for you in the long term.
Respect Your Body- accepting your genetic blueprint and being comfortable with it is one of the things that this diet would like you to develop. The diet is not meant to make you lose weight drastically and it suggests that you eat according to your needs so that you can be healthy and stay healthy. Accepting the limitations of your body in terms of weight loss and weight gain, and being happy with the body that you have is crucial in having a positive and healthy outlook on food and on your eating patterns.
Workout Sustainably- working out is not just meant to burn off calories. Working out regularly actually hasbenefits that go far and beyond just losing weight. Working out helps you control your hunger by making you more aware of your body and its needs, and it also helps you know your body’s specific cues for being tired, for needing rest, and for needing food. Working out regulates the hormones in your body and keeps you feeling more balanced, and that’s something that you need in order to be able to really develop a healthy lifestyle.