One of my favorite quotes about the food police is, "Unless you killed the chef, there is no morality or guilt in what you eat," by Evelyn Tribole.
The food police are those voices, either the real ones from people in your life or the ones in your head, that are basically telling you what foods you should or shouldn't eat, or how much you should eat.
As a result, you often wind up feeling bad about yourself because you ate a piece of pie or you had a second serving of mashed potatoes, or perhaps you found yourself treating Thanksgiving as a cheat day.
If this is your relationship with food and you're ready to make peace with it so that you can become a joyful eater, this is an episode you're going to want to listen to from start to finish.
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