Moderation versus Zero Tolerance in Food Recovery

Recovery is evolutionary, or it's not recovery

with Tommy Rosen

On this episode of In The Circle, I had the pleasure of speaking with Ruth, who bravely inquires about her path to recovery from food addiction. Ruth asks: Am I doing a disservice to those in early and long-term recovery when I talk about the foods that I have learned to eat in moderation?

While we never do a disservice to others by sharing our truths, it is important to remember that everyone is at different stages of their recovery journey. Everyone’s journey is unique, and while sharing experiences is invaluable, it must be done with the listener’s well-being in mind.

Listening to Ruth recount her battles with emotional eating, overindulgence, and codependency really underscored the importance of finding a balanced relationship with food because, at the end of the day, the choices we make about what we consume can shape our emotions, thoughts, and actions.

Want to find out more about the Food Reset program with Recovery 2.0? Visit https://r20.com/foodreset and discover how to eat for your own health, strength, vitality, and life force.

We are either flexible to change and allow ourselves to require different thihngs at different times, or we’re not actually engaged in a true path of recovery.

– Tommy Rosen, In The Circle Podcast

Tommy discusses:

    • Why recovery is not “static”, but an evolutionary process
    • How food impacts every aspect of our lives
    • Why we might crave certain foods at certain times
    • How you can transition from an extreme control of food to a more balanced, moderate relationship with our Food Reset program
    • Why individuals require varied approaches to food and diet depending on their stage of recovery
    • Why sharing our truths with others should be done with respect

Addiction is Part of Everyone’s Journey, But Recovery is Not.

The Recovery 2.0 Membership is a place where you can explore the topics that interest you, find community, and connect with Tommy Rosen on a personal level. It’s here that we’ll dig into spirituality and union of the mind, body, and spirit, and transform from the inside out. You will learn and grow alongside a community of supportive, conscious, compassionate, and vibrant individuals, like you!

Join us at r20.com/welcome to explore how to move beyond addiction and thrive in your life.

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