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The Happy Food Medium

I love food! Any kind of food! But the most tempting of all is junk food!



Now I’m trying be a new and improved healthier me! I have been visiting a lot of health bloggers to discover their tips and tricks for staying on the right track.



The key for me is to find balance with my diet and recognize that when I am having a bad day I should opt for the celery sticks instead of the ketchup chips.Β  I know I need to find my happy food medium!



Do you have a positive relationship with food? How do you stay on the healthy track?

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  1. I think I have a positive relationship with food. But I have an especially passionate, highly intimate (though not kinky, I promise) relationship with junk food. Especially chocolate things, and salty things, and fried things, and sweet things, and *swoons*…. I suppose carrot sticks are okay, too.

  2. My food desires are all over the map because I don’t have any idea what I can eat and what I shouldn’t. I would inhale potato chips until I was bloated like a an overfull balloon… Chocolate I would eat daily… maybe. Coffee – especially iced coffee or a peppermint mocha – I’d drink that all day everyday.

    I think until doc and I figure out what my system is unhappy with – my relationship with food will be all over the map.

    1. I have an addiction to coffee it is my guilty pleasure especially when I indulge in a latte with cool whip. I know my relationship with food is over the map so it is just a matter of getting it back on track and back to me.

  3. Carbs – bread and pasta are my comfort foods along with non candy sweets. I’ve been doing pretty good with Weight Watchers. Tracking so that I’m aware of what I’m eating helps me. Otherwise I’m noshing all day and not really aware of how much I end up eating, healthy food or junk food.

    1. I love the weight watchers points system is a great way to stay on track! The best thing about it is it teaches moderation and it works. I made it back to my BMI since joining but lately have been eating very poorly. It goes in phases for me and I have to recognize that healthier choices for me in the long run.

  4. I’ve been on a major change of lifestyle. Down almost 20 pounds. I am not calling it a diet, because it is a total change of my relationship with food. Because, left to my own devices, I would have an orgy with food in a xxx porn film.

  5. This thought keeps me Fighting the Good Fight: that the only thing keeping us going is the heart. It is a solitary motor that works without stop and needs all the help we can provide it. Actually, a healthy imagination can go far in keeping us healthy.

    Also, I luckily have no passion for sweets.

    Cheese, unfortunately, is another issue altogether.

  6. Wow, that first snack list looks like mine! I basically let myself eat whatever I’m craving. If not, the cravings just get worse. I just adjust calories some other way to compensate, and boost up the workout regimen! πŸ™‚

  7. Seaweed candy! Ewwww! I guess I qualify as a foodie since I love to cook. I stay away from processed food and cook lots of vegetables. I try to stay away from snack food but its hard as Jack loves it.

  8. what are ketchup chips? never heard of them but they sound interesting.
    It’s all those stress hormones that make us crave that junk food. less stress needed.

  9. I ‘positively’ love food! I love all of it and love to try new things, new dishes, new recipe, new new new. If it is a dessert I will try to share it with the neighbors so that I can have some, the family can have some…but the rest gets shared and is out of my grasp. I started microwaving popcorn in coconut oil (just a small amount). I’m trying to cut down on portions and make smart(er) choices on menus. If it turns out that I need to be gluten free, then I’m going to revamp my diet and start a new blog. Also, my daughter & husband are on a healthy kick and really want to eat well….since we love all kinds of healthy food it shouldn’t be that hard. We’ll just go out for the decadent stuff and as little as possible. πŸ™‚

    1. I am the same way! I love food and trying new recipes! I’m sorry to read that you do have celiac and I know it does take away a lot of options. But there seems to be a lot of great options out there and I look forward to reading your new blog!

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