Are we being tricked by food companies into believing that their ‘health foods’ really are healthier? 

Even with labels such as fat-free, gluten-free, and organic, some foods you see aren’t really what you think they are! Listen to this episode and learn how you can be an ingredient detective as our guest guides you into clean eating. 

Rhianne Berardi is the owner and creator of Believe in Your Health – a health coaching business that offers personalised one-on-one coaching, group programs, and workshops. She is also a Certified Health Coach and Registered Yoga Teacher. Rhianne helps people in tuning into their power and befriending their body as she believes that it can make people feel better with their body and reach their health and wellness goals.  

In this episode, Rhianne shares her insights about people being tricked by labeled foods in disguise, and how it affects your journey of clean and healthy eating. Here, she talks about the importance of having vegetables on your plate in order to avoid sugar, and mentions tips on how you can be wiser in choosing your food intake. Sit back and relax as you dive with her towards a healthier lifestyle. 

What you will learn from this episode: 

  • Discover how food companies are tricking you with foods disguised as healthy 
  • Know how vegetables – and being an ingredient detective help you watch for your health better 
  • Find a resource about how you can start living a healthier life through a Clean Eating guide 

It’s about what we do most of the time that matters, not the foods we have every now and then.Rhianne Berardi 

Download Rob’s ‘Breakfast of Brilliance‘ Lifestyle Recipe at https://theartofhealth.fit/breakfast-of-brill/

Valuable Free Resource:

Visit Rhianne Berardi’s website at https://www.believeinyourhealth.com to access her Clean Eating guide and grocery list. 

Topics Covered: 

02:46 – The biggest challenge people face as they age with regard to staying fit, healthy, and positive: Food companies tricking people to believe that fat-free foods are healthier. 

06:13 – The common mistakes or misconceptions people have about solving that problem of food companies tricking us: The all-or-nothing mindset. 

08:57 – The number one tip; a tangible specific action that people could implement right away: (1) Make half your plate vegetables and (2) become an ingredient detective. 

10:53 – Free resource: Rhianne’s website: https://www.believeinyourhealth.com  

Takeaways:

“Food companies: not all but most – especially the big ones – they don’t care about our health. They only care about making money, you know, their businesses. We eat more, we buy more, they make more money.” – Rhianne Berardi 

“The mistake we make is that all-or-nothing mindset – it’s just perfection or failure. If you’re not perfect, then you’re a failure; but perfection is impossible. Can you see how this is such a trap? Even our failures aren’t necessarily bad. Our failures are our best teachers. Let’s look at what went wrong and what we can do better. Moving forward, use it as our power. It’s that trap that holds us back from feeling our best.” – Rhianne Berardi 

“We just need to meet ourselves where we’re at, start small with two to three things that feel doable, and work from there. It doesn’t have to be hard, you know. It can be fun.” – Rhianne Berardi 

“Start to look at more than just the calories in your food. It’s quality over quantity. Start to look at what’s in your food – the ingredients. Get curious. You don’t need to be a food chemist or a doctor to understand what these words are. If you can’t pronounce the word, if you don’t know what that word is, that’s your answer. Put it back.” – Rhianne Berardi 

“My favorite definition of clean eating is one that I didn’t make up myself. I got it from a registered dietician by the name of Dawn Jackson Blatner. Clean eating is caring – not obsessing – about ingredient quality, and doing your best to cut off the CRAP – C is chemicals, R is refined sugar, refined flours, A is artificial ingredients and fillers and colours, and P is preservatives and additives. We can do our best to minimize that and focus on more vegetables and whole foods.” – Rhianne Berardi 

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