Did you know that our eating habits are established during our childhood? This explains why I’m still a picky eater. That being said, it’s never too late to change your eating habits. If you are struggling with your weight or even if you just want to be healthy, here are some tips to use to improve your eating habits.
- Create a list of what you eat- Keeping a food diary will let you see what you are eating daily. More specifically, it will show you what you tend to eat during certain parts of the day and how much you eat.
- Create a list of your unhealthy eating habits- Unhealthy eating habit may include eating when you aren’t hungry, skipping meals, eating to fast, etc.
- Create of list of “cues”- Cues are when you are triggered to eat something, even though you aren’t hungry. A cue may be when you are watching T.V. or walking past a bowl of candy.
- Make new goals- Take the lists you created and make new goals for yourself. Maybe your new goal will be to not eat certain foods, to not skip meals and to not eat while watching T.V. Use your list as a guide.
Be kind to yourself while trying to start new habits, habits don’t form overnight. Be consistent and honest with yourself. When you make a mistake ask yourself why you did it and then move on. Remember, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try, again.
Welcome to the world Clayton! It takes the earth 365.25 days to orbit the sun. A leap year occurs to help synchronize the calendar year with the solar year every fourth year. The chance of being born on leap day, February 29th, is only 1/1460 or .0006%. Madison Memorial Hospital welcomes almost half a dozen angels today, the first of which is this sweet boy named Clayton. You are one lucky boy, and we are lucky to help you begin your journey. We love you.
DAY 1 – Community Vendor Fair (FREE)
-Over $10,000 in door prizes and giveaways
-70+ health and wellness vendors
-Prescription/OTC drop box for expired or unused meds
-Over 15 FREE screenings for ALL AGES
Day 2 – Wellness for Women Event (FREE)
-Free morning yoga class
-Local professionals speaking to pressing health and wellness issues for women
-Complimentary breakfast and lunch
*Registration suggested for this event so we can get a count for the free breakfast and lunch.
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Wellness for Women Event Guide