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Roz Purcell opens up about her battle with ‘food guilt’

The Irish food blogger encourages her followers to enjoy their food

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Roz Purcell has opened up about her past with “food guilt” and how her way of thinking has changed for the better.

The food blogger took to Instagram to urge her followers to enjoy eating:

“Maybe some of you had a weekend like me, I had the best time relaxing and seeing friends and completely overindulged.”

“Before I would have woken up this morning with this dreaded feeling I had done something wrong that I needed to undo.”

However, Roz continued to explain how he ‘mindset has changed’ which she never thought was possible.

 

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FOOD GUILT….. Hey Monday???? maybe some of you had a weekend like me, I had the best time relaxing and seeing friends and completely over indulged ????. Before I would have woken up this morning with this dreaded feeling I had done something wrong that I needed to undo. Guilt is a funny thing when it comes to food,it took my years to manage it and learn to get the ***k over it and move on. It’s funny how my mindset has changed I honestly never thought it would. It started with changing my thoughts to positive ones even if I didn’t believe them like – that “food was so good, I’m so glad I got to try it” rather than “why did I do that”. I wasted so many years feeling guilty over enjoying food, missed holidays, opportunities & moments. Remember (guilt) it’s a waste of time, remember it’s the same body you’re gonna have til you’re 95 (????????) don’t punish it or don’t fill it with bad thoughts. Get over it, move on, return to normal today with your meals and attitude….You didn’t do anything wrong. #mondaymotivation #foodguilt #naturalbornfeeder I’m looking forward to going for a PB on my squat today ???? what are you looking forward to???

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The Natural Born Feeder author highlighted how looking at your eating habits in a positive light can withdraw the ‘guilt’, she said: “It started with changing my thoughts to positive ones even if I didn’t believe them like – that ‘food was so good, I’m glad I got to try it’ rather than ‘why did I do that’.”

Roz admitted how she wasted “years feeling guilty over enjoying food, missed holidays, opportunities & moments.”

The food blogger finished her encouraging post with some straightforward advice: “Get over it, move on, return to normal today with your meals and attitude….you didn’t do anything wrong.”

 

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