Buffer foods

2) buffer foods –
Some foods spark us to want more. Others minimize the desire to cave in.
Trigger Foods are what can potentially derail our greater intentions. (The smell of fast food, ice cream, fresh baked goods, etc)
Buffer Foods, however, will satisfy us while turning off or at least limiting our drive to derailment. They are our safety net.
Examples are independent to the person, but may include:
– a tablespoon of almond butter (careful, it’s not a buffer if a taste turns into a tub or you feel guilty)
– a glass of almond milk
– some blanched or steamed green beans
– a hard boiled egg

What are your unique Buffer and Trigger foods?


About Rachel's Fusion

I'm Rachel Cantore of Rachel's Fusion. ย I'mย a Coach & Trainer specializing in Fat Loss; Behavior Change, Hormone Imbalance, and Metabolism. I take a multi-aspect approach to reaching and maintaining your goals with a 'fusion' of activity, nutrition, behavior change, psychological triggers, and lifestyle factors. From customized exercise programs and meal plans, to one-on-one coaching, to the psychology of behavior change and eating, to stubborn fat loss learn how to create YOUR 'Fat Burn Lifestyle!' Areas of expertise include: fat loss and weight management. stubborn fat, balanced living, metabolism hormone and digestive balance, emotional eating, psychology and behavior, muscle imbalances, performance.
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