Day 4 | Food Habits

Macro overview of current food routines.

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Define Habit

        1. a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.


  1. Problematic Habits: What frequent habits are causing me problems or pushing me away from my goals?

  2. Positive Habits: Conversely, what habits are serving me well and pushing me closer to my goals?

  3. Food Preparation: How do I prepare my foods, and could the preparation style change to better meet my goals?

  4. Eating Pace: Do I eat too fast, am I in a rush?

  5. Portion Awareness: Can I feel the difference between eating too much food or too little food?

  6. Social Influence: Do other people influence my routine?

  7. Meal Composition: What are the general food groups I eat at each mealtime?

  8. Discomfort: Do I eat too many foods that make me uncomfortable? Am I disciplined, can I avoid certain foods I know make me uncomfortable when urged?

  9. Food Waste: Do I waste food? Food=time & money, do I waste time and money?

  10. Decision Making: Am I lazy with my food choices?

  11. Cooking Skills: Have I learned and experimented with recipes and or cooking techniques?

  12. Food Accessibility: Where do I get my food, is it too convenient or too difficult that it pushes me away from my goals?

  13. Eating Environment: Where do I eat, at the table, on the couch, in a restaurant?

  14. Food Relationships: Do I have a relationship with the people that grow or cook my food?

  15. Quick Options: When I’m extremely hungry and need something quick, what do I usually reach for?

  16. Eating Out: When I need a meal and I’m out and about running errands, where do I go?

These questions will help you reflect on your personal food habits and provide insights into areas where you can make positive changes to align with your goals and values.



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