There is the popular saying that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. Let’s just say there is no one prescription or time frame for all. When it comes to our health and nutrition, it’s important to recognize that creating good habits is a process.
When forming a new habit, the brain actually creates new neural pathways. These neural pathways become stronger the longer you hold a habit, eventually turning a habit into a natural practice.
Let’s say you’ve been wanting to create healthier eating habits. Look at the individual actions around your eating and create one simple plan at a time.
If eating more raw living foods is something that interests you, commit to making raw foods one of your daily meals within your meal plan. Over several weeks, that raw meal will begin to feel normal. Preparing it, eating it, and digesting it will no longer feel new. Something very cool happens when we commit to doing the same thing over and over again—it becomes just a part of how we live.
Sometimes having the knowledge to do what we want isn’t always enough. We need tools to take an idea and turn it into a practice. You can apply this to all areas of your life.
Forming a better relationship with the foods you eat and their nutrition requires three things: Knowledge, Good Habits, and Commitment.
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