11 Things That Happened When I Started Trying To Eat Healthy – BuzzFeed News


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Big thanks to peanut butter.

1. A few
years ago I noticed that though my food habits
hadn’t changed, suddenly I no longer felt
the same

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2. So I
decided to try to make some healthy changes. At
first the change was very…slight.

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3. I was
taking small steps in the right direction, but
old habits die hard.

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4. I was
trying to continue to eat all the foods I liked
but tried to eat less of them.

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5. This
often did not work for me because it required
extreme self-control.

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6. Then I
realized I was over-thinking my approach.

NOTE: a book that really was really helping me
think clearly about forming good habits at this
time:
Better Than Before, by Gretchen Rubin.

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7. What I
needed to do was simply think about which foods
I like and which foods I love.

What I needed to do was simply think about which foods I like and which foods I love.

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8. For me,
the food I love is peanut butter.

I think about peanut butter often.

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9. While
focusing on the food I love, I’ve been
able to replace the foods I merely like.

While focusing on the food I love, I've been able to replace the foods I merely like.

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Nathan W. Pyle / Via BuzzFeed

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10. The
more I do this, the more I have seen my habits
change.

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