As I was making a batch of gluten free chocolate chip cookies, I caught myself swiping my finger along the inside of the bowl.
I then proceeded to lick the raw dough from my finger. (Caution: DO NOT EAT RAW COOKIE DOUGH!)
Not long ago, I had to make a dinner selection from Five Guys on a Friday night during Lent (no meat for me). I was with a group, we had limited time, and Five Guys was it.
I did a happy dance because on the menu was a sautéed vegetable sandwich. Gluten and I are not friends, so I ordered it without the bread, along with a small order of French fries.
Recently, I ate a bowl of ice cream after 11:00pm.
I LOVE FOOD! I’m guessing you love food too. Our lives pretty much revolve around meals, snacks, and how we choose to nourish our bodies.
In spite of what you may think, it is possible to make this food thing work to your advantage AND enjoy your life.
I’ve snitched raw cookie dough since I was about four.
The Five Guys vegetables were actually pretty good, and so were those fries.
And about that ice cream, well, it really made me happy, and it was amazing.
Feeling more confident in your body begins with eating food you love. The trick is eating–and loving–REAL, WHOLE food, and occasionally accessorizing with an amazing favorite, or whatever is available.
Starving, dieting, and feeling bad about food do not inspire you to be more confident in your body.
If you’ve got the “I’ll diet on Monday,” or the “Someday I’ll lose the weight,” mantra running in your head, what’s going to be different this time?
Your life is happening now. I’m happy to offer you a free consult and we’ll figure it out together—accessories and all.
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To Your Abundant Life,
“I love raw cookie dough, right out of the tube. The other thing I eat is marshmallow fluff.”—Sandra Bullock