If you're anything like, me, or anyone else I've every met, you have some hang ups about food - the way you eat and how it makes you feel.
We all have these, it's normal.
If you're done with them leading your choices, how you feel and look, you should definitely read this:
Confidence can be learned.
All my clients know this - I place a lot of focus on working towards confidence about food and the feeling we get from it.
It's such a powerful tool when we know how to harness the power. Because it works both ways.
When I talk about confidence here, I'm referring to body confidence and self confidence.
Because, when we eat out of sync with our bodies, most people find that feelings of guilt and shame follow and this self-judgement cycle can lead to food restriction, overeating or yo-yo dieting all of which have a negative impact on well-being and health.
How does change happen?
Like any worthwhile change, it's a process.
Willingness to change
Choose the change process
When you look at improving self-confidence and making lasting changes, it’s important to take a holistic approach.
This means looking at your lifestyle as a whole to consider what may be affecting your confidence.
The key factor here is diet and your relationship with food.
I can help you to analyse your typical day-to-day diet and determine what changes you could make to help with self-esteem and confidence.
A tailored eating plan is ideal to support with the other mindset & lifestyle changes to your life which will help as you build up your confidence.
Making sure your diet includes plenty of nutritious foods with vitamins, minerals and fats is the best way to help you boost your mood, balance your body and feel more confident.
In addition to this, there are certain types of foods known for their mood-boosting qualities, such as:
Carbohydrates and protein
Foods rich in vitamin D
Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids
Foods rich in selenium
Are you eating enough of these mood-boosters?
Book a FREE Consultation call with me to find out!