How to stop constantly thinking about food

How to stop constantly thinking about food

How to stop constantly thinking about food


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Introduction:

It is completely normal to think about food when you are hungry or plan to cook. But constantly thinking of food? Maybe it's a sign that's something. This might help you if you find that you can't stop thinking about food.

For two reasons that we eat: fuel or enjoyment. Think about that. Think about that. At 2pm you have a big presentation, so you must think clearly and shoot. A balanced lunch helps in advance – fuel consumption. Then you eat for pleasure sometimes. Consider a birthday cake or special dishes during Weihnachts and the shared eating ritual. This is a pleasure.

To figure out how to stop thinking about food means to understand why it is. Remember, foods have different food values and not different moral values. This is what culture of diet made us assign them wrongly.

And gee, I understand that. I understand that. When I was 11, I was made afraid of pasta, I had carrot noodles, and it was even a thing before zoodles. I began a tracker of food, I wrote down all I ate that obsessed every mouthful. If I followed my regime for more than a decade, I've been okay. But I felt irrationally unhappy and anxious if I had to break my dietary rules. And I never lost the weight to which I was so hopeless (or I did temporarily only to regain it, plus more)

I lost 20 kilos when I finally channel a portion of my time and effort into a healthier relationship with my body and food to the gym and counting almonds.

Here are my tips for shifting your focus.

#1 You need to eat more

It could sound counterproductive by listening to me – especially if you find yourself thinking about food constantly. Sounds familiar with this pattern? You eat well all day, but after a busy day – it begins – you feel that you can't stop till you have eaten the whole cupboard? Do you eat well? You may not be able to eat enough during the day.

Maybe you 'tried to be good,' to compensate for the fact that yesterday and the day before you couldn't stop eating. But you just perpetuate this negative cycle in this way. You cannot control your food, but you can "try to be good" or eat less. You will probably have to let yourself eat more if you constantly think of food or feel uncontrolled around food. And I'm not saying more sticks of carrots or sad salads. Food that feels really satisfying must be eaten.


#2 Have all the things

Leave the decision at the gate and overcome the guilt, not food. No "taking up" or "earning" food is available. Food stress can be avoided rather than carbohydrates. Concentrate on what you can do. One of the reasons why you constantly think of food is that you have developed rules on the 'good' or 'allowed' content of your diet.

Do not eliminate it totally if there is some food you think about more than others. Eat it instead. You probably will stop fixing it because you gave yourself permission to enjoy it (read more about the big problem with portion control). My chocolate is mine and I get it on my cappuccino every morning.


#3 Do just one thing while eating

Distracted food is a way of disassociating yourself and your body from feelings of guilt and shame about what you eat, how you eat it, how you feel about yourself. This is why it is useful to eat at the table or if you work from home away from your desk. It also gives us a break from our busy lives to really adapt to our level of hunger.

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Watching TV while you are eating is a certain fire way to feel control of food and ask you, did I eat it all? How about that. How about that. You can eat and watch TV, but what if you did them at different times? you can eat.

#4 Eat mindfully

Now it is up to your hunger, your appetite, and something that slows and flows following so many factors like energy, hormones, and the weather. Forget about food regulations that allow you to keep yourself on tender salads and do not allow your appetite to be a source of embarrassment or shame. It doesn't have to be checked. But probably that negative voice in your head. At least my work, and sometimes still needs a conversation. Do you need more assistance? My blog post on eating more attentively may be helpful.


#5 Identify patterns and ask how, when, where?

Why do you have food? How do you eat? And where are you eating? And where are you? Which foods do you constantly find thinner? Are they the same foods with which you feel out of hand? If you look curiously, you might have some thoughts about times when you feel awkward. Then lose the idea of "start fresh" while you're there. Instead, let your body decide what you need at this moment and thereafter to feel good about the food rules.

If you need assistance to identify patterns, if you find that you are thinking constantly about food or can't stop eating at night, then see my Program Keep It Real. I will offer personal assistance to help you feel calm (not obsessed) about food once you are inside the program.


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