Advice to Foodies
Way back when I started dating Devon some 12 years ago, I remember telling her that I must really like her if I was willing to share my meal with her.
You see, at that time, I was someone that was what I would consider a foodie.
I loved food, heck, I still love food, it’s just that my mindset towards it has changed over the past few years.
A foodie just eats to eat, whether that is because of bingeing or because of control and needing to count every morsel that crosses their lips (yes, obsessing over food, even if you are ‘in shape’ is also to be considered a foodie in my humble, but accurate opinion).
While sitting with a Mind Map client a few weeks ago, she told me of this father in Thailand that she was recounting from her last visit there.
‘This father said he rarely ate meat anymore. Only reason being because his sons were now the ones that had to be big and strong, so the meat should be reserved for them’.
There’s a lot of wisdom in that line of thought. Mainly that he thought about food in terms that how many calories it had or what it tasted like. Food in his view served a specific purpose.
Enjoy your food, give thanks for how it tastes and nourishes you but DO NOT become obsessed by food.
Food is a drug, either it’ll control you or you can control you awareness towards it.
Be unconventional - Kyle Newell
P.S-We are now accepting trial clients for our November Trinity Transformation. It begins November 1st and we can take up to 10 people per each location. If you are interested, you can reply to this email and we will set up a short call with you. Act now or you’ll miss out until next month.
P.P.S-We will be having our annual Thanksgiving workout for charity on Thanksgiving morning at 7 AM sharp. It will be outdoors due to circumstance but the show must go on. Non-members are welcome to join including out of town visitors. There is a minimum $10 donation to participate. All proceeds will be going to a local man, more details to come.
P.P.S-Our annual deadlifting contest for charity will be Saturday, December 12th. If you’d like to participate, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org