Some people have a terrible relationship with food.
Some people have a great one.
In my opinion and professional experience, a good relationship with food involves respect and gratitude.
Concerning respect, I mean how much you eat, how often you eat, and how you eat.
Concerning gratitude is essential to remember that food is like a miracle of mother nature elements, rain, sunshine, minerals from earth and gases from the air.
If you don't know what to do to create a better relationship with food, start with gratitude.
Keep it as simple as possible.
Start thanking your food.
For more tips, download my books or exercise videos available on this website.
Wanting you or not, you have a relationship with food.