Nutrition is a struggle for a lot of people.
The connection many have to their foods is strong.
Considering most people have a food for every situation, mood or desired feeling they’re after its easy to understand.
Try to make some adjustments, even those that will result in long term benefit and people just can’t handle it.
Like a child they pine over their treats and get pissy.
Of course you can eat, drink and otherwise consume whatever you choose if you’re an adult yet you’d do well not to expect sympathy or leeway when you start complaining about being overweight.
That my friends is the result of your choice, own it.
Now you’ll find many start to say that it’s easier for some, they don’t have that sweet tooth or what ever other bollocks will be cultivated to justify their behaviour.
True enough there can be some deep psychological reasons for addiction to foods, yet given the level of intelligence and information in our world now people know this already.
Thus is comes down to their own choice.
So you might be wandering what makes people decide to go for a different choice, the answer is simple yet not very nice.
They’ve finally reached the point where they feel bad enough about themselves to do something.
The discomfort now outweighs the small pleasurable hit they get from food.
In my experience people are more likely to move away from pain than towards pleasure.
Yet this can be hard when you’ve got an addiction.
Oh yes, many people are heavily addicted to food, or rather the feeling that food gives them.
Being the emotional creatures we are we get addicted to the feeling that we get from ‘the thing’ as opposed to getting addicted to the actual thing itself, for the most part.
If you’re genuinely not sure why you can’t make an adjustment to your nutrition then apply the following steps.
1 – Eat as normal
2 – Write down each feeling/emotion said food provides
3 – Reflect on this and make a choice
I know people will start to bitch piss and moan about life being for enjoyment blah blah blah.
Okay we get it, people like foods such as ice cream.
News flash, this is pretty much true across the board.
Decedent foods will always be sought after because that’s how we evolved, to seek out those foods that light up our senses and make us feel good, yet in our world of overly abundant amounts of them this just leads to one unfortunate outcome….
You get fat.
There I said it.
Making poor food choices multiple times over and in large quantities will lead you down he path of getting fat.
Of course how large you become will be determined by your social circle and what they consider to be acceptable.
You see peer pressure is just as prevalent amongst obese people as they say it is amongst the slim.
If you’re surrounded by the large and you’re not large then in time you will join them. They will make subtle remarks over time about you not eating enough, being small and so on.
Eventually their peer pressure leads you to obesity and poor health.
If you delve in to the social circles/backgrounds of people you’ll find the reasons for why they are the way they are.
You are the way you are because of the choices your group allows you to make because it fits in with their values, beliefs and biases.
The mythic state of being an individual is not really what people think it is.
A tough truth to hear.
Take some time to mull over this.
Look at the people around you, closest to you and see just how they’ve influenced you.
Then make a choice, stay in the place you’re in or make a change.