My Long-Term Relationship with Healthy Eating
I love you despite how awful I treat you at times. I apologise for all the times I’ve hurt you by consuming copious amount of Pringles/TimTams/Pizzas………I apologise for all the times I’ve let stress get the best of me and made me not work out for days…weeks…months… But most of all I apologise for the times I succumb to temptations and let ICE CREAM win!
After living abroad for a few years, I’ve realised that I actually enjoy preparing my own meals and actually knowing what goes into my body. I found my trips to Whole Foods extremely therapeutic and dare I say it –FUN. It’s like retail therapy but cheaper and better! So naturally, the whole clean/healthy eating thing started to become my part-time lover, -part-time due to my inconsistencies (read: PMS= healthy eating what?!) After several ups and downs, I’m happy to announce that I’m in a long-term relationship with healthy eating (TOO CHEESY?!yes?no?) .
Gotta admit that growing up, I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with my body - hate mostly. After hitting my 20s, I’ve realised that the best thing that I can do for my body and myself, is to love it and the best way to do it is by being in control of what I put in it.
really for the long intro as health in general is a subject that is very
close to my heart. If I had to choose between writing about healthy eating or
skincare, I would probably pick healthy eating. Now on to the yummy stuff- what my diet generally consists of:
|Snack/Breakfast Options for work - Yoghurt,Gluten Free Crackers,Figs and of course Papayas!|
|Weekend Breakfasts- Black coffee & Gluten Free Steel Cut Oats (made with almond milk + 1 mashed up banana + 2/3 dates)|
|Lunch: Anything from this Vegetarian & Organic Restaurant in Hartamas - Fru-T-Pop|