Episode 63 | Making Good Nutrition Stick Day In and Day Out

 

Welcome back to another episode of the Colorful Eats podcast, we are so excited you’re here! Keeping with the theme of making your New Year’s resolutions (aka life resolutions) last, we wanted to talk about how to really make good nutrition stick, not just in January, but all year long.

In today’s episode, we’re asking two tough questions that will help you get your mind right and begin to overcome some of the hardships that inevitably come along with making healthier food choices. We’re also sharing our top 7 tips for making healthy eating stick, each and every day…goodies like keeping it simple, creating boundaries with enablers, making sure your food tastes good, keeping the big picture in mind and of course, treating yourself.  

Eating well isn’t about perfect and we hope this episode helps to encourage you to push forward in your efforts to nourish that amazing body of yours, even when the going gets tough!

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Today’s episode is sponsored by Sunbasket! Click here to make your meal prep a whole lot easier and to get $35 off your first order!

 

Highlight Reel:

05:16 | Before we begin…it’s not all about your food

09:32 | Is your relationship with food ruining your health?

21:50 | Reward and treat yo self, being healthy isn’t being perfect

23:59 | How making your fave foods into a healthier rendition can change the game

26:37 | Why keeping the big picture in mind is huge for your success

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