Fuel your body in a way that feels good, not just when you're eating, but after too. Choose foods that support your goals, digestion, energy and happiness. If you are someone who has trouble stopping yourself from over-indulging, or eating foods that you know don't agree with you, force yourself to notice how you feel after you've eaten them. When I first learned that certain foods triggered my body to respond with asthma, even though I knew I couldn't breathe when I ate them, I still did. To stop doing this, I forced myself to notice how terrible I felt after eating these foods, and realize it was my own decision that caused me to feel this way. When I was faced with situations in which I was tempted by these foods, I made myself think back to how I felt after eating them. Perhaps certain foods cause you stomach distress, make you feel tired, or just leave you feeling unhappy once they've been consumed. Remember the way each food makes you feel, and use those feelings to help drive your food choices.