Picture this. You need a new pair of pants. You find a super cute pair made by a brand you’ve never bought before. Do you try them on first? Or just cross your fingers that they fit?
And before you start searching for loopholes, you don’t already own a similar pair in another color, you hate making returns, and you NEED these pants for an event tonight.
Do you try them on first? Or just cross your fingers that they fit?
Why am I talking about pants? I’m so glad you asked.
We have this very wrong belief that, when it comes to nutrition, the right approach just needs to be found. And when you do find it, all you have to do is copy it.
This belief is 100% setting you up for failure.
If I found the perfect pair of pants and told you about them, would you just assume they’d fit your body like a glove - without hitting the dressing room first? No. Of course not.
So why on earth do we think it works this way when it comes to nutrition!? The idea that the perfect approach just needs to be found and replicated is a myth.
The right approach is not found, it’s created.
The right approach is created based on what you know works and what doesn’t. Yes, this involves a certain level of risk. Because in order to identify what works and what doesn’t you have to employ trial and error. Try…fail…try again…succeed!
The right approach is about trying things on, seeing if they fit, and making decisions accordingly. Just like pants.
Are you ready to find your perfect pair of pants?
And of course, when I say pants, I’m talking about a #foodfreedom nutrition strategy that helps you reach your health, body confidence and aesthetic goals.
You might have to try a few things on, but I guarantee, you’ll find that special something that fits like a glove.
If you’re ready to find your perfect pair of pants, let’s talk about what it is you’re looking for.
Skinny jean? High waisted? Flare?
A life-giving, guilt-free relationship with food?
Eat Well. Live Well. Be Well.