• Amy Gorman

Eating well is based on way more than food


For me, it's not. But for others this may be a completely idiotic comment. What do you think?

I started to write about the many things that impact our ability to eat well, stick to habits, live a life that leads us to being the person we want to be.

Then I realised I was writing to myself, and not necessarily answering the points that may be helpful. So I started to scribble instead and came up with areas that could impact our ability to achieve our goals. This is by no means extensive.

Looking at it, what strikes you the most? What can you relate to.

I'll follow this up with what I was writing to myself and then the response to you.

7 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

I’ve written a few times recently about how you speak to yourself, the image you portray within your own head and the impact on your success. Basically, if you tell yourself you’re no good often enoug

If you want to get good results in your training, then yes, this is definitely something to think about. What do good results mean though? Grow muscle/get stronger Increase the feeling of energy - dur

Ever noticed that when you don’t sleep well, your eating habits are a little all over the place the next day? Your ability to make decisions, whether it be food-related, choosing the best font to go w