Sunday, December 7, 2008
If you are like Paul and the majority of my clients, you know that food is important for fueling the body and investing in overall health, but you don’t quite manage to eat right. Perhaps you sleep through breakfast, work through lunch, skimp on meals, or stuff yourself with not-so-healthful snacks. Students, parents, business people, casual exercisers, and competitive athletes alike repeatedly express their frustrations about trying to eat high-quality diets. The stress and fatigue associated with long work hours, well-intentioned attempts to lose weight, and efforts to schedule exercise can all mean that food becomes more of a source of stress than one of life’s pleasures. Given today’s grab-and-go culture, eating well can seem harder than ever.