The true meaning of freedom

Our freedoms are slowly being eroded but there are some things that cannot be taken away. The freedom to make our own choices about resisting our cravings is one of the most important freedoms we have.

Despite being bombarded by advertising promoting food, snacks, sugary drinks and fatty take outs, your saying no is the true meaning of freedom. Not just the freedom of choice, but freedom from a world that wants you to be fat and unhappy. The freedom to walk down the street and not be coerced by clever advertising or convinced to make decision you know are bad for you.

The freedom to control yourself when the world around you is spiraling out of control is one of the last true freedoms we have left.

There are many things we cannot control about our lives. We still need to pay the bills, there will always be taxes and the trash will still need to be taken out. But if you can gain some control over yourself and make decisions on your own that benefit you and your family, nobody can take that away from you!

Take a look around you next time you’re Downtown or at work. Think about who looks to be in control of their lives. Is it the guy in the suit looking stressed while gulping his coffee while on the run? The women eating from a food truck without even looking away from her phone? I doubt it.

We cannot control much of our lives but taking a stand and taking control where we can will make a difference. Try it. Make one decision today for yourself. A choice you wouldn’t normally make. A decision that makes you happy or satisfied instead of guilty and worthless.

Try it and see how empowering it is!

Now you have made that decision, you have elevated yourself above the majority of those people you saw earlier. How cool is that! I can help you fix your food problem.

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