What does it mean to you to have a healthy relationship with food?🍽
Some might say it just means you "eat to live instead of live to eat" - but is that really all that eating is about? 🤔
👉What would it look like for you to have a healthier relationship with food? Would it mean spending more time thinking about food, or less? More time eating, or less? Perhaps making eating more about eating, and living life more about living life?
👉Where do you want to spend the energy you get from your food?
👉How do you want the food you eat to make you feel, both physically and mentally/emotionally?
👉How can you use food as a tool to help you feel the way you want to feel, without using it as a weapon of shame and guilt to try to force yourself into eating what you think you "should" be eating?
Interested in support with building a healthier relationship with food? Message me directly or schedule an appointment or a free 15-minute discovery call! I’d love to work with you.
Erica Golden, RDN, LD, IFNCP
Erica Golden, RDN