There's a common narrative today when it comes to a more "intuitive" way of eating (although I don't subscribe to "intuitive eating" in the way many do).
It usually goes something like this:
"Well, my intuition tells me to eat donuts and pizza and watch netflix every day, and it's what led me to gain weight in the first place."
I'm calling bullshit.
This way of thinking is just plain lazy.
It’s surface-level, and it’s why we find ourselves in this whole diet confused mess to begin with!
Why are so many people thinking this way?
Because they don’t want to look at WHY we eat the way we do.
At first glance, this approach is more difficult to practice, implement & coach (🙋🏻♀️), but that’s really only in the short-term.
Giving you numbers to hit and sending you on your merry way would make my job a HELL of a lot easier, but it wouldn’t change anything in any meaningful way.
It’s just the tip of the iceberg, when what you REALLY *need* (not want), is a complete transformation of your foundation!
💥A better understanding of your own preferences, goals, values, & body.
💥Exploration of what foods, habits & behaviors make you and your body come alive!
💥An individualized definition of health—you decide what that means.
💥More tools to manage day-to-day stressors & emotions outside of food and controlling your body.
💥A realignment of your energy with your values (is your life truly fulfilling?).
💥Some damn respect for the vessel you’re experiencing life in.
Do these things take more time than following a set of macros or blindly adhering to a list of approved foods?
But these are the things that will make it so you don’t have to follow these things one year from now!
Stop being so willing to choose a “side” and turning your critical thinking skills off as a result.
You know SO much more than you think you do! You may just need some guidance on how to get there✨
Have a wonderful week, and remember that YOU are the one/thing/idea you've been waiting for!