Food guilt is one of the most common things we see people struggling with on their journey with eating well.
You’ve likely experienced this before because food guilt can be so common in our society.
Nearly a third of all food Americans eat makes them feel guilty, according to one study.
The study found that food guilt is caused primarily by the awareness of food being unhealthy. High sugar content and overeating were also found to be leading causes of guilt.
But food guilt can be damaging to your mental and emotional wellbeing too, and it can also lead to disordered eating habits, which are damaging to both your physical and mental health. Plus, experiencing food guilt takes away from experiencing your life and fully enjoying and appreciating your food and the many roles it has in your life.
Learn why food guilt is not serving you and the first steps you can take to begin…