A mindset shift is successfully when implementation is on maintaining an open attitude toward the people in your family you are bringing along on sharing and eating these delicious whole foods. Whole foods diet is not a short-term cleanse or weight loss program…it is a lifestyle change that when you follow, consuming foods that grow in their season throughout the year, will reward you for the rest of your very long and healthy lifetime.
As with any significant shift, it is important to be prepared. I’m talking about taking stock of your why. There are so many reasons for embracing a mindset shift that leads to a lifestyle change. It could be:
Know that I also had to make that shift, so embrace your reason for doing this and think about the outcomes you would like to see…not the bad things you want to avoid, but the positive things you’ll gain.
Start by envisioning what you’ll do with your longer, healthier life, when you are fit and vital into old age.
A gradual change can be accomplished through my 5-day seasonal body reset programs, is the most effective and lasting path. This way you’re giving yourself time to adjust and develop confidence in the suggested food preferences within the program.
Most people assume with detoxification, or a dietary change there’s self-deprivation, not realizing that, given time to adjust their bodies will eventually enjoy more wholesome foods. We are blessed with the amazing ability to adapt to the new and unexpected.
When getting started on your mindset shift get support.
If you live alone, or if your partner or family is not making the change with you, it is essential that you find support on this journey. Within my whole foods body reset cleanse and detox program there is a dedicated private facebook group.
We’ve all faced the challenges you are facing, the strategies that work and the new favorite foods you’ll be discovering.
Here are what some people are saying:
Start your mindset shift thinking of food as neither good nor bad and intentionally having a positive outlook on what you eat throughout the day.
One practical way you can do this is by focusing on what to eat instead of what not to eat. Focus on your food each plate at a time, and it takes the larger burden of eating the perfect diet off your shoulders.
Also, you may be ready to make a mindset shift change where your diet is concern but when you think of your family, especially the kids, the idea of change to them, you start thinking how am I going to get my kids to eat veggies.
Implement a gradual approach and be flexible. For your family or kids, have them choose a vegetable or two they’ll eat for one week. Let them taste one of the suggested meals. At the same time don’t let anyone hinder your personal mindset shift goals.
The eating of whole foods to some people is with the false perception of lousy food. The best way to overcome that perception is to experience the reality, which is living this way is all about delicious food shared and eaten together.
People Expressing Their Change!
So, what would shift in your life if you treated food with a more neutral mindset?
The mission here is to make choices that benefit your body and not feel restricted or guilty about your choices. When you steer away from "good" and "bad" foods and focus on what makes your body feel good, it leaves you with an incredible feeling of freedom and wellness.
You have accomplished your mindset shift.
People With New Mindset Shift: