As an Integrative Health Coach, habits and rituals not only help me personally, but they are also one of the first things I look to establish or address for my clients.
The first eating habit to change my life was when I developed a new mindset towards the foods I chose to eat. I now do not worry about counting (or limiting) calories anymore, I now focus on counting nutrients. The more nutrients I can have on my plate per meal the better.
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Following this, my second healthy eating-habit is not depriving myself at all. Unlearning what I already knew about food and prioritizing learning about the nutritional quality of the food I eat, has helped me form new ‘auto-pilot’ habits for go-to food choices, especially ‘treat’ meals. Now I would much rather have a raw cacao avocado pudding than a milk chocolate bar any day of the week.
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My third healthy-eating (well drinking habit really) is drinking two large glasses of water as soon as I wake up. It hydrates, makes me feel wide awake and starts the digestion system up for the day.
These 3 habits have literally changed my life for the better, forever.
Heidi Jones Integrative Health Coach
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