Affirmations to reduce anxiety, restriction and compensation around food
I embrace fear and self-doubt, not letting anything stop me from what I want.
I release old habits that are limiting my potential.
I enjoy eating healthy food.
My food choices and my weight does not define who I am.
I choose to let go of self- destructive patterns that do not serve me.
My body is whole and full.
Although I cannot see all that is ahead of me, I can take the next step.
I can only find out by trying.
My health is an investment in my life.
Today I’m choosing to be brave.
My body is my home, and I’m going to take care of it.
I don’t need to exercise to deserve food.
I treat my body with respect.
My body needs me to nourish it so that I can live a happy life.
How I feel about myself has nothing to do about what I eat or don’t eat.
Today I give myself permission to be greater than my fears.
Fear is only a feeling; it cannot hold me back.
I will come out of this healing process healthier and wiser.
Life is too short to count calories.
I’m counting the memories, not the calories.
My life is led by my intention and inspiration, not calories.
I will not allow calories stand in the way of a happy life.
A goal weight is an irrelevant number and doesn’t speak of my health.
You no longer control me, calories, I am free.
I eat for energy and nourishment.
Food is not the enemy. It is nurturing and healing.
How I feel about myself has nothing to do about what i eat or don’t eat.
I trust the process of recovery.
I treat my body with respect.
Affirmations to cultivate positive body image
I feed my body healthy nourishing food and give it healthy nourishing exercise because it deserves to be taken care of.
My brain is my sexiest body part.
I can have a good day even when I am not comfortable in my body.
I am open to and accept the feeling of being good enough just the way I am.
I let go of negative thoughts and move through life in joy.
I accept my body and feel comfortable in my own skin.
My body is beautiful, I will respect and care for it.
There is nothing sexier than positivity.
I release myself from the burden of striving for perfection.
Whenever I look in the mirror I always see something positive.
I find it easy to think positively about my body.
My body is beautiful and I respect it deeply.
I am grateful for all that my body allows me to do.
I am thankful for my health.
I take care of the needs of my body.
I accept my body as it is right now.
I enjoy feeling good about my body.
I am not a doctor, medical professional or a dietician. The information I provide is based on my professional experience as a Nutritional Therapist, studies provided and on my personal experience. Any recommendations I may make about diet changes, nutrition, supplements or lifestyle, or information provided to you on this website should be discussed between you and a medical or healthcare professional. The information you receive in these blogs does not take the place of professional medical advice.