An Intimidation-Free Roadmap for Improving Your Relationship With Food
Terms and phrases like “healthy eating” and “getting healthier” probably instantly conjure up specific images: lots of vegetables sitting in a grocery cart, tossing cookies in the trash can, purchasing a gym membership, you get the idea. More concisely, our society seems to associate “health” with the common adage of “eat less and move more,” regardless of someone’s health history, behaviors, abilities, and other factors.
To be clear, taking the steps portrayed in (most of) those images isn’t inherently “wrong” or “bad.” If you like lots of vegetables, buy them! If you want to move your body more and the gym sounds like a good fit for you, go for it!