Eat To Perform 365 Solution and Reset (What Food Freedom Means to Me)

So Whole30 put out a post the other day and started a conversation about what Food Freedom means to them.  This was the initial post: From Melissa Hartwig, co-creator of the Whole30: The term so many people use to describe their #Whole30 results is “food freedom.” This is what food freedom means to me: Going out to dinner, deciding I’d love some dessert, looking at the menu, and passing when nothing looks incredibly delicious to me—even though I told myself I could have something. Ordering dessert, taking a few bites, savoring every one, then setting it aside because I just don’t want any more—even though it’s sitting right in front of me. Walking out of a long Sunday brunch feeling just as energetic as I did walking in, because pancakes are never, ever, ever worth it anymore for me. Craving … Continue reading Eat To Perform 365 Solution and Reset (What Food Freedom Means to Me)