At first glance, food seems to be the very antithesis of physical fitness. Do you want to lose weight? You have to do this diet or that detox. And all kinds of annoying and restrictive dietary strategies. Well, that's at least what everyone says.
That's true for everyone, but food lovers are passionate about food and love learning about it. Just as she highlights the marginal benefits of failure that enable success, I want to highlight the additional benefits for food lovers and how they can enable success. To improve their health, food lovers are increasingly adopting restrictive and therapeutic forms of eating, such as paleo, ketogenic or vegan diets. This willingness to try new, sometimes unusual foods is another benefit for foodies who focus on fitness.
However, diners who are willing to diversify like food lovers benefit from a willingness to try new things and find new, healthier staples. And that's an advantage for any foodie who focuses on fitness, as it paves the way for you to take control of what you eat and, inevitably, your results. I want all food lovers and all food lovers to understand exactly how to take advantage of their affinity for flavor so that it also applies to their fitness, their willpower, their dieting process, or any other aspect of life in which they want to improve. I was recently involved in an informal conversation at a social function and referred to myself as a food enthusiast.
So the greater the diversity of what you eat or the more fascinating the story is (the more you'll have to talk about), and true food lovers are looking for that more than others. Belonging To counter growing isolation and loneliness, food lovers focus on going out to eat with friends and sharing recipes or photos of delicious food on social media. I'm here to argue that food lovers who are in shape aren't in shape despite their love for food, they are in shape because of that.