Feeding yourself broken foods and thoughts and thinking they'll make you whole is like smashing a vase, and expecting to put it back together again without a single visible crack.
The only way to feel whole is to embrace the realness in your food. Yet we fear being real. We avoid being seen without our many veils. It’s impossible to build a strong physical and emotional foundation when we pump ourselves full of half-baked, over-processed, shattered foods and thoughts.
We crave realness and authenticity in our hearts, from our partners, and within our communities, yet swim in a soup of inauthentic food every day. The permission to be our real selves starts with cultivating realness in our bodies and on our plates.