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Food is Food

In a world filled with dietary rules, trends and restrictions, it's easy to forget one simple truth food is food. 

As a Holistic Psychological coach and Mind Body Eating Coach, I have not only experienced but also seen firsthand how our relationship with food can become tangled in labels, guilt and anxiety.

But here's the thing:

Food is not inherently good or bad. It doesn't have a moral value attached to it.

Food is fuel for our bodies, providing the essential nutrients we need to thrive physically, mentally and emotionally.

One of the most powerful tools we have in our journey towards a healthier relationship with food is listening to our bodies. Pay attention to how different foods make you feel. Notice the energy levels, mood and satisfaction after eating. 

Your body is incredibly wise; it knows what it needs to function optimally.

Whether it's a crisp apple or a slice of pizza, each bite we take nourishes us in its own way. It's about embracing variety, balance and moderation. It's about listening to our bodies and honouring our hunger and fullness cues.

Let's shift our mindset from restriction to abundance, from judgment to acceptance. Let's reclaim our power over food and rediscover the joy of eating. Let's celebrate the diversity of flavours, textures and cultures that food brings into our lives.

So the next time you sit down to a meal, remember: food is food. Nourish yourself with kindness, respect and gratitude. And above all, enjoy every delicious bite while listening to what your body is telling you.

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