I have finally given myself permission to not eat breakfast if I'm not hungry. I've heard for so long that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, the most important meal is every meal that I need. Intuitive eating feels good because it feels like expert "permission" to not follow rules or hype.
Today my food story feels a bit vulnerable to the "no white food for breakfast because it makes you hungry all day" hype. The truth is, when I really listen to my body, I'm not super hungry first thing in the morning at 7 am and a simple crumpet with nice butter and raw honey is just right for my appetite, and my brain appreciates the easily digestible carbohydrates . It doesn't make me any more or less hungry later and in fact I'm typically ready for a snack with more protein around 10 am.
Are you feeling boundary invasion in an area of your food story today? This could include anything you think you "SHOULD" be doing, even if you have not taken the time to question if it feels right to YOU, YOUR SITUATION, and YOUR OWN PROCESS.