Anti-Dieter Mindset Video 4:

The Truth About "Good" Foods And "Bad" Foods (Myths Busted!)

One crucial mistake that comes along with a typical dieter mindset is over-glorifying “good” food choices and over-demonizing “bad” food choices.

That needs to end right here, right now.

There are NO SUCH THING as good and bad food choices.

There are just food choices, and the context in which they’re made.

In some contexts, you may make food choices that nourish your body and help you hit your nutrition targets.

These are food choices that are more in-line with your fitness goals.

In some contexts, you may make food choices that enhance your experience with your significant other or to celebrate a special event.

These are food choices that are less in-line with your fitness goals... 

But at no point are you making morally “good” or “bad” food choices.

Looking for morality in your food choices can only go sideways.

Reason being, you will inevitably find yourself in situations where you are making food choices that are less in-line with your fitness goals. 

And if you think of those choices as morally bad, you’re more likely to beat yourself up and fall into unhealthy habits like binging and restricting calories even more.

Fitness is important, but it’s not the only thing that’s important.

Sometimes you’re going to make food choices that aren’t totally in-line with your fitness goals. 

That’s okay.

Enjoy those moments.

As long as you’re making food choices that are in-line with your fitness goals most of the time, you’ll succeed.

Action Step

Start erasing the good vs bad food choices mentality by embracing what I call the "Never Miss Twice" mindset.

The idea is this: It’s 100% okay to have a meal that’s less in-line with your fitness goal. Just make sure you always follow it up with a meal that’s more in-line with your fitness goals. 

Do that, and you’ll always be in a place of ensuring most of your food choices are moving you closer to your goals.

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