Healthy Eating Habit: Are You Missing This Short Cut To A healthy Eating Habit?
Posted Jul 07 2010 8:00am
In my many years of facilitating entrepreneurs and solopreneurs who would like to have lots of energy and enjoy work life balance they seem to skip over a very important step which threatens their health.
It saddens me when they realized that there is an in balance in their lives which saps their energy and drastically reduces their productivity.
The good news is that life does not have to be this difficult. And it does not cost you lots of money.
I am going to reveal the missing short cut to a healthy eating habit.
Wayne: Stress causes you to eat the wrong foods. Why is that a myth?
Cecil: It’s a myth because most people I’ve talked to seem to skip a meal. This is from my personal experience. The meal they seem to skip is breakfast.
What happens when they skip breakfast is they somehow want to catch up at lunch. When they come home for dinner, because they missed breakfast, they want to have breakfast and then have dinner.
That’s the pattern I’ve noticed. They skip a meal, but still need to get that meal in somewhere along the line. They come home and have breakfast at suppertime. After suppertime breakfast, they tend to want to have supper.
When you miss a meal, what I find is that you eat whatever is there to fill that void.
Our system needs to refuel and be nourished. If the system isn’t nourished, it’s going to scream at you. When it screams at you, you have to put something in there because you didn’t have a plan, didn’t have directions and haven’t decided what you want.
You are going to have to put something into your system. The first thing that’s available, you’re going to put in, whether you like it or not.
“Stress causes me to eat the wrong food,” is not the myth. The myth is, “We are not eating properly.” Then we get hungry wherever we are.
It hurts my heart to see hard working entrepreneurs and solopreneurs lose their drive and passion because they ignore this healthy eating habit. So I hope you will take the priceless short cuts you discovered in the last few minutes to avoid this misfortune.
I hope you realize that a healthy eating habit is a basic key to your success. It is possible and only a few short steps away.
Cecil McIntosh guides solo-preneurs and entrepreneurs worldwide to learn to relax, stress less and overcome chronic symptoms so that you can quickly experience profound peace, power and work life balance. You can get the other 20 Tips of 21 no-brainer shortcuts to achieving health and happiness at http://eycfreebook.comYou can reach Cecil at http://www.cecilhelpdesk.com