Words like “cheating” and “guilt” do not belong in the vocabulary of healthy eating habits. Unfortunately for many, there’s a lot of guilt associated with eating. Begin your journey by lifting the guilt off of your shoulders and removing the burden of confusion. Chew the Facts® and ban negative food words and relax the “food rules”.
Turn deprivation into healthy indulgence by freeing yourself from labeling some foods as “bad” and others purely as “good”. There is no “one right way” to eat. Healthy eating is not about being perfect for a day or a few months. Your lifestyle will always be a work in progress, consequently, making dietary changes is something you commit to for the rest of your life.
By arming you with the facts, you can worry less about always eating the ‘right’ thing, and instead find the right diet fit for you. After that, you can focus on learning healthy eating habits based on variety, balance and moderation.
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