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What’s really behind your desire to eat healthier?

I want to eat healthier because…..

Does this sound familiar, the thought of eating healthier? You have a desire to eat healthier. This desire can be many and varied. Less sweets, less meat, less overall or the plan from now on to drink a green smoothie every day, for example. Only too fast then one tries to convert this project also briskly into the act. But what about your concrete goal? Do you have a vision of WHY you really want to eat healthier? Because it is exactly this questioning of your vision that is indispensable. If you don’t have a clear vision of why you want to eat healthier, your plan can quickly backfire.

With today’s blog post, I would like to show you possible motivation reasons for a healthier diet and also explain why there is only one true motivation to eat healthier. Be excited and read on to see if you find yourself.

The exciting thing is that most of the reasons we want to eat healthier don’t grow out of ourselves, but are externally driven. Frustration, peer pressure, testimonials, all of these are reasons to eat healthier. But as I said, with these reasons you do not follow your inner drive. And this is exactly what can get in the way of your plan – you may find it difficult to follow this path in the long run. As long as you are moving in calm waters, everything can be easy peasy. But as soon as some wind (it doesn’t have to be a storm) comes up, it can be hard to stay on the ball.

The “diet book knowledge motivation”

Do you also have various diet books at home? Do you also chase after every new piece of nutritional information? Then you are probably so deeply immersed in the nutrition topic that thoughts arise like “From now on I have to change EVERYTHING. All the things I’ve eaten so far don’t work at all, I absolutely have to do something for my health. NOW! The consequence can be that you radically forbid yourself individual foods. No more meat products. From now on only vegan. No more sugar. Everything is bad, where sugar is in it! The same applies possibly also to gluten, coffee, …..

Your motivation is based on panic – and panic is certainly a bad advisor when it comes to healthier eating. Because at the end of the day, you can find something in everything that’s not good for you. Let’s take sugar as an example. You decide to stop eating sugar because you read that sugar is not good for you. And then you’re invited to a birthday party, there’s your favorite cake (baked with sugar!) and you either feel infinitely guilty after eating a piece of it. Or, you don’t dare eat a piece at all because, yes, your guidebook says that sugar is not good for you. Either way, sooner or later this situation leads to dissatisfaction. You’re not at peace with your diet, or in other words, you don’t have a positive relationship with your diet.

The “everybody does it” motivation

You know the “everybody’s doing it” motivation? Well, think green smoothies or Buddha Bowls. Well, do you have any idea what I mean by that? The “everybody’s doing it” motivation.le-motivation” virtually follows nutrition trends or nutrition hype. And when Buddha Bowls are all the rage on social media, you see them everywhere on Instagram, and they immediately catch your eye when you flip through a magazine, then you are firmly convinced that this food is not only good for you, but that you absolutely have to eat it all the time from now on. A nutritional motivation driven by influencers. But again, the same problem exists. We are externally driven to eat certain foods. Well sure, it’s ok to see motivation in this, but there’s just something missing. Your real inner drive to eat this – your intrinsic motivation.

The “Purpose-Based Motivation

With a “purpose-driven motivation” you eat certain foods or avoid them because of a short-term motivation. For example, you want to lose a few kilos quickly. Another motivation could be to do something against cravings, to do something for your skin or digestion.

The “purpose-driven motivation” is quite common. Maybe it sounds familiar to you, too. But unfortunately, this motivation often doesn’t last long either. Why is that? There is no goal behind the Purpose-Based Motivation that you stand behind 100%, but rather just a “then eat a little more healthy to lose some weight before the vacation”. In other words, you don’t have to overcome your inner pig and get really active. And therefore this motivation does not come from within and usually only lasts a few days.

Your real – intrinsic – motivation

It is different when you really want something. When you are willing to work hard to achieve your vision. Then your goal comes from within and you will achieve it much easier and much more successfully. Because this motivation comes from pure joy of healthy eating along with its positive effects. Enthusiasm plays a role here, you are on fire for healthy nutrition and simply feel how good it does you.

With intrinsic motivation, it doesn’t bother you if you eat a piece of cake with sugar, you know that you are eating healthy and are happy to return to it – even if your diet was a little unhealthier for a few days. You have the big picture in mind instead of focusing on individual foods. You don’t need diets, because you know what’s good for you. You have virtually arrived at your dream home and feel very comfortable there. You like to go on trips, but you always like to come back home. You are happy with your diet and feel how good it is for you. You don’t even think about why you should eat healthy, you just do it, out of deep conviction that it is exactly the right thing for you – to nourish your body. Eating healthy is not a burden, it’s just fun. Or in other words, healthy eating is the glitter in your life that you don’t want to miss anymore, because it simply enriches you tremendously.

What about you? Do you have experience with the different motivations for a healthier diet? Have you found yourself in the Found the article again? Tell me about it! I’m looking forward to it.

Would you like to change your diet too? Then I encourage you: Get started and find the support you need. Maybe my personal coaching is the right thing for you. Each coaching session is designed individually for you. It is based on your needs and wishes, which we discuss together in advance. After a first non-binding meeting, we will define your individual coaching goal. If you are interested in coaching, please send me an email.

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I want to eat healthier because…..

Does this sound familiar, the thought of eating healthier? You have a desire to eat healthier. This desire can be many and varied. Less sweets, less meat, less overall or the plan from now on to drink a green smoothie every day, for example. Only too fast then one tries to convert this project also briskly into the act. But what about your concrete goal? Do you have a vision of WHY you really want to eat healthier? Because it is exactly this questioning of your vision that is indispensable. If you don’t have a clear vision of why you want to eat healthier, your plan can quickly backfire.

With today’s blog post, I would like to show you possible motivation reasons for a healthier diet and also explain why there is only one true motivation to eat healthier. Be curious and read on to see if you find yourself.

The exciting thing is that most of the reasons we want to eat healthier don’t grow out of ourselves, but are externally driven. Frustration, peer pressure, testimonials, all of these are reasons to eat healthier. But as I said, with these reasons you do not follow your inner drive. And this is exactly what can get in the way of your plan – you may find it difficult to follow this path in the long run. As long as you are moving in calm waters, everything can be easy peasy. But as soon as some wind (it doesn’t have to be a storm) comes up, it can be hard to stay on the ball.

The “diet book knowledge motivation”

Do you also have various diet books at home? Do you also chase after every new piece of nutritional information? Then you are probably so deeply immersed in the topic of nutrition that thoughts arise like “From now on I have to change EVERYTHING. All the things I’ve eaten so far don’t work at all, I absolutely have to do something for my health. NOW! The consequence can be that you radically forbid yourself individual foods. No more meat products. From now on only vegan. No more sugar. Everything is bad, where sugar is in it! The same applies possibly also to gluten, coffee, …..

Your motivation is based on panic – and panic is certainly a bad advisor when it comes to healthier eating. Because at the end of the day, you can find something in everything that’s not good for you. Let’s take the example of sugar. You decide to stop eating sugar because you read that sugar is not good for you. Und then you are invited to a birthday party, there is your favorite cake (baked with sugar!) and you either have an infinitely guilty conscience after you have eaten a piece of it. Or, you don’t dare eat a piece at all because, yes, your guidebook says that sugar is not good for you. Either way, sooner or later this situation leads to dissatisfaction. You’re not at peace with your diet, or in other words, you don’t have a positive relationship with your diet.

The “everybody does it” motivation

You know the “everybody’s doing it” motivation? Well, think green smoothies or Buddha Bowls. Well, do you have any idea what I mean by that? The “everyone’s doing it” motivation sort of follows food trends or food hype. And when Buddha Bowls are hot on social media, you see them everywhere on Instagram, and they catch your eye when you flip through a magazine, you’re convinced that this food is not only good for you, but that you have to eat it all the time from now on. A nutritional motivation driven by influencers. But again, the same problem exists. We are externally driven to eat certain foods. Well sure, it’s ok to see motivation in this, but there’s just something missing. Your real inner drive to eat this – your intrinsic motivation.

The “Purpose-Based Motivation

With a “purpose-driven motivation” you eat certain foods or avoid them because of a short-term motivation. For example, you want to lose a few kilos quickly. Another motivation could be to do something against cravings, to do something for your skin or digestion.

The “purpose-driven motivation” is quite common. Maybe it sounds familiar to you, too. But unfortunately, this motivation often doesn’t last long either. Why is that? There is no goal behind the Purpose-Based Motivation that you stand behind 100%, but rather just a “then eat a little more healthy to lose some weight before the vacation”. In other words, you don’t have to overcome your inner pig and get really active. And therefore this motivation does not come from within and usually only lasts a few days.

Your real – intrinsic – motivation

It is different when you really want something. When you are willing to work hard to achieve your vision. Then your goal comes from within and you will achieve it much easier and much more successfully. Because this motivation comes from pure joy of healthy eating along with its positive effects. Enthusiasm plays a role here, you are on fire for healthy nutrition and simply feel how good it does you.

With intrinsic motivation, it doesn’t bother you if you eat a piece of cake with sugar, you know that you are eating healthy and are happy to return to it – even if your diet was a little unhealthier for a few days. You have the big picture in mind instead of focusing on individual foods. You don’t need diets, because you know what’s good for you. You are quas

You have arrived at your dream home and feel very comfortable there. You like to go on trips, but you always enjoy coming back home. You are happy with your diet and feel how good it is for you. You don’t even think about why you should eat healthy, you just do it, out of deep conviction that it is exactly the right thing for you – to nourish your body. Eating healthy is not a burden, it’s just fun. Or in other words, healthy eating is the glitter in your life that you don’t want to miss anymore, because it just enriches you tremendously.

What about you? Do you have experience with the different motivations for a healthier diet? Did you find yourself in the article? Tell me about it! I’m looking forward to it.

Would you like to change your diet too? Then I encourage you: Get started and find the support you need. Maybe my personal coaching is the right thing for you. Each coaching session is designed individually for you. It is based on your needs and wishes, which we discuss together in advance. After a first non-binding meeting, we will define your individual coaching goals. If you are interested in coaching, please send me an email.


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