Have you been cheating on your diet?? Sneaking in bites here n there? Do you treat yourself to junk food after a week of hard work or approach weekends w/ a different mindset?⁣

Look I get it. I used to feel “guilty” when I would eat outside of my super clean diet. When I had an “off track meal” … I’d continue spiraling down the ‘off track’ road.⁣

🔄In my head, if I messed up even the slightest bit, I felt like a failure.⁣

🔄when I felt like a failure, I’d follow up my actions with more of the same (junk food).⁣

It’s the vicious cycle. But today, I want to show you how to get out:⁣

1️⃣If you have an off track meal, just follow it up with a healthier one.⁣ No two “off-meals” in a row.⁣
2️⃣Make a list of the things you LOVE eating. Then, find ways to make them a bit healthier and start eating them regularly.⁣

When you love the meals you eat, you will NEVER need to “cheat” on your diet again.⁣

Because your diet will just be your favorite foods!!⁣

It’s sounds so simple. And that’s because it is.⁣

But us humans love to overcomplicate shit.⁣
Let’s make unattainable standards and then when we fuck up, let’s beat ourselves up!⁣


🧀🍜EXAMPLE: you love Mac n cheese. BUT you know it’s high in calories and makes you feel lethargic after.⁣

▪️SOLUTION: use a whole wheat or plant-based pasta (chickpea or lentil or w/e you like) to reduce the simple carb crash, use non-fat or low-fat cheese, & add in 1-2 servings of veggies and a palmful of protein.⁣

▪️You just turned a “bad” meal into a health-I-fied meal that will leave you feeling FULL, SATISFIED AND FEELIN GOOD AFTER! ⁣

All foods can be consumed in moderation as part of a healthy diet, even high calorie foods! They just need be controlled b/c it is easier to overeat these foods.⁣

Eating “clean” 100% of the time is not realistic, not attainable & will definitely come back to bite you in the butt! ⁣

I invite you to give yourself permission to start enjoying the foods you love. Start SMALL. Add in the thing you miss the most 2-3x a week.⁣

A MANTRA FOR YOU: “I find ways to make healthier versions of my favorite foods. I can always have this again & have more later”