Be a Better Entrepreneur by Improving Your Relationship with Food
Healthy Food on a table

This week I want to talk about one of the most important relationships in your life. No, it’s not your spouse or significant other. It’s not your relationship with your kids or family. I want to talk about your relationship with food. 

If you are scratching your head, then give us a chance to explain.

Whether you realize it or not, you have a relationship with food. While some food relationships are healthy, there are many unhealthy food relationships that not only impact your weight and appearance, but mental and physical health. 

After chatting with integrative health Coach Tiffany North of https://www.coachtiffanyrn.com/ I was reminded of the importance of food as medicine and how our relationship with food governs the food choices we make. When it comes down to it, our relationship with food can either make us happier and healthier, or unhappier and unhealthier. 

So what does this have to do with entrepreneurship? 

To be a successful entrepreneur you need to be on your toes. You need fuel to keep you going, and you need a healthy mindset so you can think clearly and make good business decisions. To be a successful entrepreneur, you need to have successful relationships, and one of those relationships is your relationship with FOOD. 

Your relationship with food affects more than your weight. It affects your mind and soul too! Here are some of the ways in which having a healthy relationship with food can help you be a better entrepreneur: 

  • Healthy Diets Improve Your Memory 

Having a good relationship with food can protect your mind from cognitive decline.  From vitamins to omega-3s, you can keep your brain sharp with a healthy diet, which is much needed when you’re building your empire. 

  • Good Eating Habits Have a Positive Impact on Your Mood

Eating healthy doesn’t just keep you physically fit, it can impact your mood. We all know that entrepreneurship is a difficult road, but keeping a positive mindset helps you stay motivated during those challenging times.

While glycemic-rich diets (diets that are high in carbohydrates) can trigger depression, eating foods with low glycemic loads, such as vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, can combat fatigue and ward off intrusive thoughts that negatively impact your mood. 

***While eating healthier may improve the symptoms of depression, you should always consult a mental health professional if you’re experiencing symptoms of depression. 

  • Having a Positive Relationship With Food Keeps You Physically Strong

When you’re flitting from meeting to meeting you need fuel and strength to keep you going. Making poor food choices can lead to burn-out, making the road to building a successful business feel like a gruesome journey.

Fueling your body with calcium and magnesium rich foods can keep you physically strong and prepared to take on the world. Here are some calcium rich foods that you can incorporate into your diet to keep your bones strong: 

  • Legumes 

  • Broccoli 

  • Cabbage 

  • Cauliflower 

  • Fish 

  • Tofu

When it boils down to it, eating healthy and having a positive relationship with food isn’t just a good idea, it’s essential to successful entrepreneurship! 

If you’re looking to improve your relationship with food then get in touch with Coach Tiffany RN by visiting https://www.coachtiffanyrn.com/. You can also take her FREE food attachment quiz by visiting Food Attachment Quiz – COACH TIFFANY RN

Looking to be your own boss? Contact us today to learn more about building a successful business as a NursePreneur! 

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