You do not have to eat what your best friend eats

Please reply and tell me what you think.

If you could figure out how to eat now so you’ll be healthy and happy in your 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond, would you do it?

This is an important thought to ponder.

Building for a healthy future isn’t just about saving money.

When I needed to lose weight, I stopped concentrating on the food I was giving up. Instead I chose to focus on the all the good stuff I was adding in. It was a game changer.

Adding in the right type of protein, fiber, and fat at each meal and tuning into my hunger and fullness cues changed everything.

The things you will be able to do 20, 30 or 40 years from now, are being built today.

If you’re concerned about your health and you know you need to lose weight, the time has come to do something about it.

And I don’t suggest you go on the same diet your friend has been following. Your DNA and hers are different. So find something personalized for you.

While you are building for your healthy future it’s OK to say no to cupcakes. I’m not saying you’ll never eat another cupcake. But ask yourself…

  • Will eating chips now make me feel fantastic 3 hours from now or even tomorrow?
  • Will eating cookies and granola bars improve your energy over the long haul?
  • Will what I’m eating now help me look in the mirror when I get dressed tomorrow and be happy?

Choose what you eat based on lovingly taking care of yourself.

Hit reply and share your thoughts.

I’d love to hear from you,

Patti

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