You Don’t Need a Diet: How to Approach Your Daily Eating Habits

“Health food” doesn’t have to be associated with “boring food”. Photo by Jamie Matociños on Unsplash

One common theme I see with people that struggle to improve their eating habits is that they’ve been led to believe that if it tastes good, it’s probably going to make you fat.

If it isn’t steamed rice and broccoli, it’s not “clean”.

If it isn’t organic, it’s terrible for you.

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CPPS, NESTA Fitness Nutrition Coach. I write about improving yourself by developing good habits. Website: www.harrisfitsystems.com - IG: zackharris01

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Zack Harris

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CPPS, NESTA Fitness Nutrition Coach. I write about improving yourself by developing good habits. Website: www.harrisfitsystems.com - IG: zackharris01

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