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7 Articles to Help You Manage Your Relationship With Food and Your Food Choices

April 1, 2021

We have many relationships in our lives, such as with a spouse, significant other, family, friends, co-workers, and many others. Have you ever thought about your relationship with food and your food choices? 

Just as you'd work on a relationship with your partner, family, friend, co-worker, and others in your life, improving your relationship with food is an ongoing process. It isn't necessarily something that you can achieve in a day. Your relationship with food can also affect your food choices. 

However, you can change your relationship that you have with food. Yes, it can be done, and that's why we put together these 7 articles written by bariatric surgery professionals to support you to take steps to improve your relationship and the food choices you make. 

Manage Your Relationship With Food and Your Food Choices

How to Change an Unhealthy Relationship with Food 1

How to Change an Unhealthy Relationship with Food

Take a look at your relationship with food to make a determination if it is unhealthy. If it is, find out how to change an unhealthy relationship with food!
Dr. Willo Wisotsky

Relationship With Food

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Your Relationship With Food

Have you ever wondered how your relationship with food started? Check out the origin of your relationship with food, how to change your approach, and the 10 "P's" to change it! 
Dr. Steven Reyes

Food After Bariatric Surgery

Re-Think the Way You Think of Food After Bariatric Surgery

After WLS, patients need to change their mindset regarding food. Find out how to switch up your food choices after bariatric surgery as fuel for your body!
Danielle Houston RDN, LD of New You Bariatric Center

How To Fix A Broken Relationship With Food

Your relationship with food is an important one. Fixing a broken relationship with food can seem overwhelming but it's worth it. Check out the important tips!
Dr. Sapna Doshi 

How to Change an Unhealthy Relationship with Food

Eating is a way to fill empty aspects of your life. For an unhealthy relationship with food, try mindful eating strategies to help you overcome this common problem.
Sameera Khan, RD, PA-C

Breaking Up Your Relationship With Food

Making changes in our lives and relationships require a commitment. You can make changes to your food choices to see how it had served you! 
Jean Marie Rafferty, LCSW 

Make the Mental Shift, Food As Fuel

Before losing weight, we used food for comfort, a fix for boredom, and other uses it isn't meant for. Learn how to switch your mindset from food as comfort to food as fuel! 
Jennifer Captain, LPC 

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