Ultimate Portion Fix | Prep Week 2 | Day 2

US

What’s your relationship with food? How do your food choices tie into what you’re feeling? Let’s start by watching Video 23: “Food for Thought: The Psychology of Food” which can help you get to the root of your relationship with food. Then dig into your Workbook and complete the Food for Thought questionnaire. You just might be surprised at what your answers say. If you’re willing, share what your relationship with food is, and how you’d like to change it.

What’s great about Ultimate Portion Fix is that it’s now something you can do with the whole family. Parents love it because it can help get their kids eating healthier. Kids love it because they get to enjoy the foods they love. So, for those of you with kids, let’s watch Video 24: “The Right Plan for Your Child.” In your Workbook, you’ll also find an Eat the Rainbow Chart, which your kids can use to help them make better choices. Daily Sunshine® is also a great addition to your kids’ daily routine—it’s a great healthy alternative to junk food snacks and it’s super delicious.

What lessons would you like to pass onto your kids about food?

Today’s To-Do’s:
Watch videos 23 and 24 if you have kids

  1. Complete pages 101–114 in your Workbook
  2. Share your relationship with food, and how you’d like to change it
  3. Be proud for beginning to seriously think about the question!

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CA

What’s your relationship with food? How do your food choices tie into what you’re feeling? Let’s start by watching Video 23: “Food for Thought: The Psychology of Food” which can help you get to the root of your relationship with food. Then dig into your Workbook and complete the Food for Thought questionnaire. You just might be surprised at what your answers say. If you’re willing, share what your relationship with food is, and how you’d like to change it.

What’s great about Ultimate Portion Fix is that it’s now something you can do with the whole family. Parents love it because it can help get their kids eating healthier. Kids love it because they get to enjoy the foods they love. So, for those of you with kids, let’s watch Video 24: “The Right Plan for Your Child.” In your Workbook, you’ll also find an Eat the Rainbow Chart, which your kids can use to help them make better choices. Daily Sunshine® is also a great addition to your kids’ daily routine—it’s a great healthy alternative to junk food snacks and it’s super delicious.

What lessons would you like to pass onto your kids about food?

Today’s To-Do’s:
Watch videos 23 and 24 if you have kids

  1. Complete pages 101–114 in your Workbook
  2. Share your relationship with food, and how you’d like to change it
  3. Be proud for beginning to seriously think about the question!

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UK

What’s your relationship with food? How do your food choices tie into what you’re feeling? Let’s start by watching Video 23: “Food for Thought: The Psychology of Food” which can help you get to the root of your relationship with food. Then dig into your Workbook and complete the Food for Thought questionnaire. You just might be surprised at what your answers say. If you’re willing, share what your relationship with food is, and how you’d like to change it.

What’s great about Ultimate Portion Fix is that it’s now something you can do with the whole family. Parents love it because it can help get their kids eating healthier. Kids love it because they get to enjoy the foods they love. So, for those of you with kids, let’s watch Video 24: “The Right Plan for Your Child.” In your Workbook, you’ll also find an Eat the Rainbow Chart, which your kids can use to help them make better choices. Daily Sunshine® is also a great addition to your kids’ daily routine—it’s a great healthy alternative to junk food snacks and it’s super delicious.

What lessons would you like to pass onto your kids about food?

Today’s To-Do’s:
Watch videos 23 and 24 if you have kids

  1. Complete pages 101–114 in your Workbook
  2. Share your relationship with food, and how you’d like to change it
  3. Be proud for beginning to seriously think about the question!

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