I spent years eating salad for lunch.
As a dietitian, I thought I knew what to eat.
I thought it would keep me slim.
But two hours later, I was ravenous. I couldn’t stop thinking about what else I could eat.🍩🥯🍪🧁
Maybe just a little piece of that donut…
Let's see what else is in the pantry...
I was trying to be good, but it spiraled into a cycle of cravings the rest of the day. 🍕🍔🍫
I spent years as a dietitian practicing this.
But eating this way just left me feeling out of control.
It left me so frustrated trying to follow all the "rules". Which just led to up and downs on the dieting merry-go-round.
My clients say the same thing:
“Nora, I’m trying so hard. I eat oatmeal for breakfast, I get that salad with chicken for lunch, but then I really struggle...After dinner, it’s like I get a taste for something and I can't help it!”
✖️Does being healthy have to feel like a battle??✖️
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