Food is central to life. What we consume has the power to provide us with energy, affect our mood, as well as the way we see our bodies. We are all unique – and so are our diets and lifestyles. In order to be healthy inside and out, a healthy relationship with food is important.
Particularly at the start of the year, many people set themselves targets related to food and their own diets. As with any goals, those related to food are very personal and will vary from person to person. But whether your goal is to lose weight, stop reaching for the sugar or to consume more veggies, there are things that all of us can do to improve our relationship with food in general.
1. Stop punishing yourself for what you ate yesterday
One day or weekend of eating off-plan or...