Can You Still Be Free With Food If You Have A Dietary Restriction?
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Can You Still Be Free With Food If You Have A Dietary Restriction?

Here’s the catch 22 in the diet world: you’re working diligently on being “normal” around food but you have some sort of food restriction, allergy, intolerance or preference for being vegetarian or vegan. The question is…

Can you still be free with food if you have a dietary restriction? 

It seems counter intuitive; if you have something you can’t (or won’t) eat, how is it really possible to feel normal or free around food?

You’re vegan so you can’t eat fish, animal products, diary or meat.

You’re vegetarian so you don’t eat anything from an animal.

You have a gluten sensitivity so you must cut out gluten.

You’re allergic to diary, so you can’t have milk or ice cream.

With these restrictions, is it truly possible to feel free?

That’s exactly what I’m talking about in today’s blog 🙂

Join me as I dive deeper into something that can be quite confusing: dealing with getting out of the diet/binge cycle if you have a “restricted” diet you have to follow.

For most of us on the path to eating “normally”, restrictions keep us stuck. We feel imprisoned by the restrictions that we have and aren’t sure how to find that sense of freedom with our food.

So how do you find “freedom” with a food allergy, intolerance or preference to cut out a food group? Find out in today’s blog 🙂

If you DO have some sort of special menu you must adhere to, then this video is for you 🙂 Watch and let me know what you think!

Your Turn…

Do you have a restriction in your life that you’re struggling with? Are you a vegan or vegetarian and struggle to feel free? Comment below and tell me about your experience!

I’d love to hear how you approach dealing with a “special” diet in your life 🙂

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