Have you ever asked yourself: “should I really be doing that for my health?” Food fads are prevalent and this information age we live in can lead to incredible overwhelm. That’s why all week, as part of #NutritionMonth2017, dietitians across the country are educating about how to tease out fact from fiction and determine what health behaviours will be the best fit for you.
And in true Worthy and Well fashion, I’d like to mindfully contribute to this important conversation. Today’s video is about helping you declutter your mind, tune into your intuition, and give yourself permission to drop a few “should-do’s” off your list.
And please don’t leave this page without first signing up for your free Meditation for Intuitive Decision Making (see below). Honestly, this meditation practice helps me act in alignment with what I really want and need every single day.
But first, the video…
What else can you expect from #NutritionMonth2017
Take the fight out of food! That’s the theme for Nutrition Month here in Canada. For the entire month of March, dietitians are educating about 5 main themes:
- Food fads.
- Digestive woes.
- Picky eating.
- Eating and stress.
- Managing chronic conditions.
In support of #NutritionMonth2017, I’ll be contributing a video every single week that is in alignment with each of the themes AND you’ll be getting a free meditation or mindful exercise to go along with it.
Make sure you’re on my email list so you don’t miss a single one.
Other ways to learn from dietitians this month…
- Sign up for Nutrition Academy’s FREE Summit, where over 50 dietitians (including myself) are contributing wisdom and resources to help you take the fight out of food.
- Head to the Dietitians of Canada website to learn more about Nutrition Month
Your Meditation for Intuitive Decision making
Oh yes, you won’t want to miss this. This meditation will help you tune into your body and strengthen your intuition around the decision that will serve you best, whether that’s to choose the chocolate ice cream over the strawberry, to keep or to cut something from your diet, or to move to the country versus staying in the city.