OM Yoga & Lifestyle

Beat food guilt

Each time we feel guilty about something it tends to affect our self-esteem. There might be feelings of shame or self-loathing. Perhaps wishing we could turn the clock back. These feelings are ultimately born out of a reflective moral code of being good or bad in our actions.

Over the last few decades, the moral code that we all have (recognising good or bad) has crept into how we describe the food we eat and feel about ourselves when we eat it. The

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