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Healthy Eating And Food Relationships

By: Sheeba Subbu from go healthy ever after
Healthy Eating And Food Relationships
Healthy Eating And Food Relationships

"Healthy eating starts with your relationship with food. What are your feelings when you look at, eat or think about food? Do you think you’re eating right? What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of food? 1. You become happy instantly, thinking of your favorite food with all its aroma and taste. 2. You are so fond of food that you get an instant mood lift whenever you think of food. 3. You suddenly have the urge to eat and head towards the refrigerator or pantry. 4. You feel sad because if you eat what you like, you may gain weight and take a U-turn on your road towards a healthy lifestyle. 5. You feel deprived because everybody seems to be eating what they like, except you. 6. You think of food when you are stressed, tired, lonely or just plain bored or when you’re very happy or in a mood to celebrate. "

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