“You eat what you plant.”
Most of us find ourselves confused, we eat healthy all day but then fall victim to the high calorie junk foods when retiring at night.
The next day we are bombarded with feelings of self-pity and depression, asking ourselves how it happened again. Even though we may have had an action plan in place.
The action plan usually consists of; hiding junk foods, consuming more healthy calories in the day, eating larger portions at dinner time, increasing physical fitness, incorporating more fruits and vegetables in our groceries, or just simply throwing out all our junk foods and starting fresh all over again.
The problem is the behaviour that drives us to make those poor eating decisions as opposed to the junk foods themselves. Most often than not, we are eating junk foods to suppress our feelings of anger, fear, boredom, depression and/or anxiety. These feelings are a direct outcome of our unresolved psychological health barriers or ego, resentments, lust, greed and attachment.
1. Work with a Life Coach to address your psychological health barriers that cause you to make bad decisions
2. Implement a plan of action to incorporate a healthy lifestyle
3. Reap the rewards and become free from such destructive behaviours
Take action now!
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