RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD
How Do You Know if You’re Ready to Stop Dieting?
KATHERINE KIMBER, Registered Dietitian
July 23rd 2019
Firstly, let’s just clarify what I mean by ‘dieting’. Dieting is anything that you do in order to try and shrink your body. Whether it’s a juice cleanse or a ‘lifestyle’ change jazzed up as some kind of wellness thing.
You can have health and wellness without the never ending battle of trying to shrink your body. I have written about ‘why diets don’t work‘ and how you can have ‘health at every size‘ so I won’t go on.
So do you want to know if you’re ready to stop dieting?
This questionnaire has been written to help you identify the ways in which dieting may have interfered with your life. To help you identify where you are currently at, and where work may be needed with your relationship with food.
This may help you identify whether you’re ready to stop dieting, so that you can save money and create more brain space to be the best version of you!
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