We commit to a food plan for accountability. We do not consider our food plan as punishment, instead we are grateful for it's suggested restrictions as it helps us to eliminate poor eating habits and promote healthy eating.
We engage in active continuing support where two or more like-minded individuals gather together for sharing experiences and encouragement.
We use education and tracking to focus on healthier food choices. No foods are off-limits and no foods are bad. We recognize that some foods fuel our bodies in healthy ways while others do not and because of this difference we choose to limit and/or eliminate, when possible, that do not promote health.
We explore our relationship with food and overeating even when it becomes uncomfortable or personal. We recognize that for many of use shame has eroded at our true identity; we are a person, not an addiction. We focus on rebuilding, reinventing, and reemergence.
We begin to move more today than yesterday. We recognize that moving our bodies promotes better mental and physical wellbeing. We do not set expectations but do encourage goals. Exercise is not a punishment but rather a tool for a happier and healthier lifestyle.