Nutrition with Kindness means being free to make your own decisions about what you eat without any guilt, rules or food fads.
Breaking free from food fads and short-term weight loss programs can bring a great sense of relief as they can be difficult to follow and sometimes cost you an arm and a leg!
It is a well known fact that diets don’t work long-term. Most people regain the weight they have lost, and this can lead to feelings of failure and low self-esteem. This is so destructive and dare I say it, very unkind!
Nutrition with Kindness promotes healthy eating guidelines that focus on a continuous journey towards a healthier and more positive you. The guidelines can be adapted to your own individual needs, preferences and your natural hunger signals.
Please note these guidelines are recommendations and not rules.
If you would like to start a more positive, healthy eating journey, there are 4 key elements called the 4 P’s which can help you along your way. They are:
Yes okay, it’s technically 5 P’s… but planning and prepping go really well together! Have a look at the P’s and see what you think.
If you’d like to make positive changes to your eating habits, that’s great! Remember that it takes time with often small, steady steps to adopt new habits, so don’t be too hard on yourself!
Be kind to yourself, rather than punishing yourself with guilt or shame because of your choices.
It is a journey, so perfection (whatever that supposedly means..) is not what we are striving for!
It would be great to hear how you are going, so please stay in touch!
Disclaimer: Please note the information on this site is for your general information however it is not intended to replace the advice given by your qualified General Practitioner or Accredited Practising Dietitian.