Okay, so this diet is kicking my butt. I normally don't like sweets all the time, or salty food, or greasy food for that matter. But there are certain times when I want to eat all the chocolate in the world, and want chips or pretzels. Is there anything wrong with that? Isn't that a balance- to alternate between what bad foods I decide to snack on?
if I eat all the servings of the healthy food I need and still maybe
have a chocolate bar? Does the chocolate negate the 5 servings of fruit
that I ate, or the pound of raw veggies? Or the pound of cooked veggies?
Will I cease to be healthy if I do allow myself "fun food?"
struggled for as long as I can remember with food. I have so much shame
and guilt attached with food. But, what would happen if I stopped
feeling guilty or ashamed of what food I eat? What if I made my foods
choices logical and non-emotional?
I ate extremely
healthy yesterday, drank almost all the water I needed, and then was out
at dinner time. I ended up eating tacos from a taco truck. One steak
and one chorizo, which is a Mexican sausage. Meat wasn't the healthiest
choice- but since I ate healthy all day, isn't that a good balance?
don't plan on eating chorizo tacos all the time, but I think one way
for me to be level-headed about this is to do my best to maintain a