By Kristin Stephens, MS, NTP
Over the past few posts, we’ve explored a lot of different areas to help you create a healthy relationship with food.
- Mantras to use in order to focus your mindset when needed.
- How to identify foods which are not ideal for you and know when a less than ideal food is worth it for you to indulge in.
- And which foods to eliminate when creating your own reset plan.
It’s now up to you to do the work and make the changes you need to in order to feel your best.
Creating a healthy relationship with food isn’t an overnight thing. It may take some time and practice for you to find a better way to handle your food cravings. It may also take some help. Don’t be afraid to ask a friend or family member to be an accountability partner as you take on this journey.
Even better, sign up for the Guided Pure Reset Diet with Kristin or make an appointment with Donna. We are both here to help you find your healthiest self, which includes changing your relationship with food.
At first, it may seem daunting to attempt improving your relationship with food. But with the right information, tools, and support, it’ll be totally worth it.
Why wait? You can schedule an appointment by contacting Pure Nutrition + Wellness at email@example.com, or calling us at 844-787-3935. Let us inspire you to take charge of your health naturally in 2017!
Donna Stephens, BCN, CNHP, LDHS
Kristin Stephens, MS, NTP