I don’t like when people ask me if I’m still on my "health kick." What does that even mean? I’m not kicking my health anywhere; I just choose to live a healthy lifestyle, so if I’m kicking anything, I’m kicking toxins and a poor immune system out of my way.
Yes, I have a diet that includes eating non-processed, non-chemical infested foods, but I’m not “on a diet.” Being on a diet insinuates that I’m on a temporary slim down or something. But nope, it’s just me making the most of life and enjoying the best of life.
Of course, I don’t deprive myself of anything. Trust me, I love ice cream and Napoleons too much. I just 1) make sure something is worth my calories, and 2) don’t feel guilty as long as I’m maintaining an overall clean diet.
So…the next time someone decides to ask me if I’ still on my “health kick,” let that person be warned that I will kick him/her in the butt for asking me that.
I think it's totally unfair to make someone feel bad for eating healthy. Not to mention, it’s just not nice to make someone feel bad for doing something that is not doing any harm to others; and is in fact a great thing, even if you don’t understand or agree with it. If you’re going to be a butt head like that, then sit back and enjoy the show while everyone else kicks ass, and you find yourself one day having to kiss theirs ;).
BIG LOVE & BIG HUGS