Relating is key

Relationship is the key to understanding.

Understanding is the key to relationship.

When you get real with your relationship to food, you will start to understand when to say ‘yes’ and ‘no’.

When you understand when to say ‘yes’ and ‘no’, you will have a better relationship with your food.
So whatever food you are labeling as ‘bad’ in your life, stop.

Rather, stand back and take a look at how you relate to that food. Then ask yourself this clarifying question: “How can I stop blaming, and start relating?”.

Julie Hammerstein is a Certified Nutritionist and one of the country’s leading weight-loss experts. She is a sought after coach and speaker, author of Fat is Not a Four-Letter Word, and Director of The Source for Weight Loss. To learn more about Julie and her programs, please visit

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