Ready for a cleanse review? Yay! I recently ask Jae Berman, local SF Registered Dietitian (RD) to test ride our new Ra-Ra Cleanse. As an expert I look up to and respect in the health and wellness world, I was delighted and anxious for her to give it a try. And, the timing could not be more perfect. We're sharing Jae's candid review today - Registered Dietitians Day! We send a million gold stars to Jae and all RDs out there today! Many thanks for the dedicated work you do and services you provide!
When it comes to making healthy eating choices it can often feel like the cards are stacked against us. We live in a world where unhealthy and processed foods are always readily available and have even been shown to be addictive. In addition, we are bombarded by food related advertising at every turn. In 2010 it was estimated that adults ages 18-49 were exposed to an average of 19.3 television food ads per day, a 24% increase since 2004. Given these facts, it can feel challenging to maintain healthy eating habits.
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If your environment reeks of temptation, new habits are incredibly hard to create. Your environment has a nasty way of talking to your subconscious – so why not set up your home, car and office for success? Example #1: Suppose your new intended habit is to eat less packaged products. Start by removing ALL packaged products from your kitchen. Don’t let the prospect of waste stop you from making the change you want. Donate uneaten items to a food bank. In this way, you make success effortless by simply removing the temptation to fail. Out of sight, out of mind.
Step 3: Tell Someone Else Your Intended Habit and How You Will Achieve It. Be Specific. Accountability is an extremely important aspect of creating new habits. It’s one thing to tell yourself what you intend to do, it’s entirely different to tell someone else. I always tell my clients to verbalize their new habits to me and to at least one other person. Better yet, verbalize your habits to a small group of people for increased accountability. When declaring a new habit, simply saying the words out loud makes your intention real. Telling someone else how you will achieve that habit reinforces your approach. Here are some specific examples that have worked with my previous clients: