I ask because I've been there.
After having stage 3 colon cancer at age 29, I went on an all out search trying to find what to do to be healthy.
But the only thing I found were trendy "diets" that were too hard to follow, I couldn't keep up with them, and they left me feeling lost.
I needed to be in control. I read book and book, had late night study sessions and ultimately created unrealistic expectations around food, floundering with trying to "eat right".
GUILT around food consumed me and I felt like a constant failure.
With an all or nothing mindset, I gave up and quit trying all together. What was the point right? I was going to keep failing.
It was only after turning 40 that I was able to break free from the bondage of my food obsession!
FINALLY I gained clarity and direction on how to eat for better health and live without counting points, calories, or living by crazy rules I couldn’t keep.
If the way you're eating isn't working, you can change it.