There’s no one-size-fits-all diet, and it’s time to stop judging others for what they put into their bodies.
This was a hard lesson for me to learn as a health coach — I found myself constantly telling people how to eat healthier, and caught myself rolling my eyes when I saw people eating what I considered junk food.
But the more people I worked with, and the more I got to know my own body, the more I realized how individual our relationship with food really is. What we eat is intimately personal. It’s not up to me — or anyone else — to determine what someone should or shouldn’t eat.
What people eat is their business, and that’s why food shaming has got to stop. Here are six common behaviors that it’s time to put to rest: