Food is not good or bad, but it is human beings who learn to classify food with their guilt, and when you decide to eat it, keep a positive, positive attitude, rather than holding the idea that "Oh, my God, this food is so sinful" and "I will regret it."
Have you ever heard of emotional eating? Emotional eating is when you choose to use eating to soothe your melancholy and anger when you are in a "non-hungry" state, a food that relieves emotional stress, known as "healing food", but such foods are often unhealthy and high-calorie, such as pizza, pasta, cheese, Chocolate, ice cream and so on. (Recommended reading: you eat at night, in fact, is digesting the mood of the day )
In order to solve the guilt caused by eating, the network began to popular the so-called "Guilt-free Comfort Food" (non-sinful healing foods), that is, the use of a variety of low-calorie, healthy ingredients or methods to make healing foods, such as "fry" instead " Bake ", let you eat emotionally (after), do not feel guilty because of high calories, or fall into depression as a result, creating an endless cycle. There has even been a recipe for "No Guilty healing food".
Isn't it the best thing in the world to eat food that heals the body and mind without making you feel guilty? However, some people hold different views on this type of food.
Setting limits on your diet will only give you the desire to resist.
HuffPost in guilt-free ' Comfort food was Loaded with Shame. This "painless healing food" at first glance solves a person's anxiety about eating, but may plunge a person's negative mood into an endless cycle, hurting you said in the article. Because "no guilt" actually alludes to those carbohydrates, starch, fat is guilty, wrong, once people eat, they must "feel evil", and pray for forgiveness.
Alyssa Pike, a registered dietitian, thinks we shouldn't categorize which foods are good or bad, because such a taxonomy would make people feel guilty.
Food psychologist Dr. Jen mentions how this taxonomy, which labels food on good and bad, can affect people's moods: people are resistant to things that are forbidden, and if they do, shame can be desperate, and then people fall into an emotional whirlpool and start asking for more. It's like saying to a teenage child, "You can't eat this cake!" ' When they choose to eat food, guilt, sin will make them ask for more.
And when the "no guilt" of healing food appears, although a considerable degree of soothing the guilt of eating, but also alluded to those who do not choose to eat healthily is lazy.
Refusing to label food labels
What attitude should we use to look at eating?
Alyssa Pike believes that the first thing to do is to put aside the habit of labeling food. Food is not good or bad, but it is human beings who learn to classify food with their guilt, and when you decide to eat it, keep a positive, positive attitude, rather than holding the idea that "Oh, my God, this food is so sinful" and "I will regret it."
If you can put aside the habit of labeling food with good and bad labels, dietary restrictions will disappear and you won't want to break taboos.
The next time you taste food, eat with a happy mood! If you eat with negative emotions, food doesn't mean it, does it?