Ending The Dinnertime Dash
Every day, you have a seemingly endless number of decisions to make.
From the moment you wake up in the morning, you begin a day of weighing options and making decisions.
And decision fatigue is REAL.
Especially when you are bombarded with thousands and thousands of messages a day, usually each bringing you conflicting information about the food that you eat.
Fat is bad! Don't eat fat!
Fat is healthy and necessary for brain function! Avo toast for life.
Want to lose weight? Keto is the only way. Cut out the carbs.
Carbs are your friend and necessary for proper hormone function!
Gluten is bad.
No gluten is fine unless you have an intolerance.
Contradiction after contradiction about dairy, meat, rice, sugar...
It's all a little overwhelming. And when it's 5:30 p.m. and you have a hungry family breathing down your neck, who has time to think about all that??
You just get whatever you can on the table to make everyone happy, or you pack them all up in the car and run to the nearest drive through.
Cue the guilt. Amiright?