Focus on what you are eating.
Research shows that the key factor to you reaching your nutritional goals (losing fat, increasing muscle mass, having more energy etc.) starts by paying better attention to what you are eating. Simply caring more about what you’re eating in the first place, is a very important first step to this process.
Focus time! Name up to 5 foods you are eating that are not serving your mind-body intelligence.
Focus on food quality + hydration.
With so many different types of diets being promoted, it can feel impossible to know which the “best” one is. So, instead, we are going to focus on the quality of food you are eating + hydration levels. I want you to think of foods that fit the following categories; more natural + less packaging, free-range animal-based foods, high quality fats, high fiber + colourful, and of course clean hydration. By filling our plates with those foods, we are leaving less room for processed + fast junk food.
Focus time! Name 3 types of food you would like to add to your diet to increase your mind-body intelligence.
Focus on your relationship with food.
Often when we are more aware of what we’re eating, the quality of food we are eating and creating a relationship with food that reflects the vision we have for ourselves, we end up feeling more satisfied, eating less and increasing our mind-body intelligence.
This method of working with your nutritional goals helps you establish stronger hunger cues, and awareness of when you eat because you are bored, stressed, anxious, and thirsty or because you are actually hungry?
Focus Time: Name 1- 3 times in your day where you find yourself feeling very hungry or eating more than you usually do.
What environmental or scheduling factors may be contributing to your behaviour during those times?