How To Stop Thinking About Food: These Tips Will Help

Eating feels so darn good but access to unlimited amounts of high-calorie sugary fatty food is slowly killing us. It’s a problem. A big problem and the diet industry loves it.

How can we break the habit of thinking about food constantly, craving food, and obsessing over what we’re going to eat next?

Don’t attach any shame to the way you’re feeling and the thought of food. Accept that this is something you’re dealing with right now and there is nothing wrong with you.

#1 Avoid The Blame Game

#2 Don’t Exclude Certain Foods

Don’t exclude certain foods from your diet – give yourself full permission to indulge sometimes and enjoy your favorite foods. This is the best way to take the edge off your cravings.

Some nutritionists believe you should avoid all hyperpalatable foods – high fat, high salt, or high sugar foods that are easy to digest. I think it comes down to understanding what works for your body

#3 Avoiding Hyper-palatable Foods

#4 Eat Nutritious Healthy Snacks

Boredom is a common trigger for food obsession. A way to manage this is to have healthy snacks of nutritious foods on hand that will keep you satisfied until your next meal.

Sometimes we’re not hungry, but we still feel the urge to eat. This is often a sign that our body needs something else – usually vitamins or minerals.

#5 Listen To Your Body

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