Modifying Bad Habits with Nuez de la India
Bad habits are only bad habits for as long as you keep them around. Nuez da la India wants to help you make new habits: healthier, happier habits. Habits that will help you keep off all of that unsightly belly bloat, keep your mind free of anxiety and keep your body in the best shape it has ever been. Changing your eating habits can be difficult though, especially since food is such a complicated thing. There are a few tricks that you can use to keep the call of the donut truck in the distance. Nuez da la India will give you these tricks FOR FREE, versus some dietician who will charge you a hefty co-pay.
Food is complicated. Think about the last meal you ate. When was it? Was it early in the day or did you get hungry later on? If you aren’t eating something delicious and protein first thing in the morning you might be doing yourself a disservice. Having something with some protein in it first thing in the morning can help reduce your mid-day hangry meltdown. While Nuez de la India does curb all of your hangry pains, we’re not going to tell you to skip breakfast!
The next step in battling your bad eating habits is thinking about where do you eat? Do you normally eat standing up over your sink with a spoon in a condiment jar? Try sitting down. Try cooking. You’d be surprised how actually trying to cook can affect your mood. If you don’t have time to cook for yourself remember to sit down. You have worked way too hard to stand up and eat your meal. You are not a monster, after all.
Do you remember how you used to snack? Grazing can hurt you in the long run if you are trying to get healthy. Pay attention when you go to pick up something to eat and think about why you’re doing it. If you’re doing it because you want to and someone might get hurt if you don’t eat that damn cookie then go for it. Nuez de la India does not judge. If you’ve been eating clean all day and it’s almost time for you to snap, don’t beat yourself up. Sometimes our bodies just want a snack. There is nothing wrong with saying, “Today I am going to eat one cookie. I used to eat five.” It is still a change in your eating habits!
It is perfectly fine to slip up and make a mistake when it comes to food. Food after all is everywhere you go. Sometimes it’s easier to stay on track and sometimes it isn’t. Remember that it is ok to slip up and don’t beat yourself up – you’re trying. You’ve come so far in your journey towards overall healthy and thinking that you’re not working hard enough is foolish. One slip up is not bad since you are only human, after all. Having a cheat meal or a cheat weekend is fine. Coming back to that which nourishes you, Nuez de la India!