Create healthy habits around your favourite foods
Make peace with your fear foods and the foods that cause you to feel out of control
Let's begin with looking at your current nutrition habits and evaluate how your habits can impact your nutrient intake. Build a healthy relationship with food and learn about smart meal planning with freedom towards different types of foods. Try new flavours and diversify your food palate on your journey towards breaking and building new blocks of eating habits.
Break away from addictive like behaviours and cravings towards certain types of foods
Learn to enjoy a variety of foods with different flavours in a nutritionally balanced way
Over time our taste buds can become accustomed to certain foods that may not be the best for us in terms of nutrition. These foods can be high in sugar, high in salt, high in saturated fat and very low in the nutrients that our body requires to function at its optimum. Unfortunately these types of foods can be addictive and the more we consume these foods, the more we crave them. It can be easy to overeat foods that are low in nutrition as the feeling of satiety is reached much later than if you were consuming foods with a higher satiety value, meaning nutrient dense foods.
These low nutrient foods can be cookies, chocolate, a bag of chips, lollies, energy drinks, soft drinks...etc. They may be containing artificial sweeteners that can cause you to overeat. Additionally, many foods also contain food additives that present the risk of altering one’s hormones which can make it even more difficult to stop consuming them.
In review of the five senses of the human body (sweet, salty, sour, bitter, umami), the program can help you experience the taste of foods as they are and train your taste buds into enjoying/learning the natural flavour of foods.
If you are someone who is used to adding sugar, milk to your coffee/tea or soy sauce/ketchup to your meals, this will help unmask the true flavour of the foods you enjoy and help overcome your personal taste sensitivity. It could mean that without the additional toppings, you don’t really like that particular food/drink after all.
The aim is to learn to enjoy the foods in their natural form, dissolve existing food addictions and in return form or get back to better eating habits.
The random outcome of this program can be sustainable weight loss.