Humanistic Psychology And Food Safety

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By expelling mental road blocks that are built by behavioral settings, that are not ideal, confidence can be established to promotes a positive lifestyle change. Focusing on the individual factors, humanistic psychology is a large contributor to decreasing the influences of diabetes driven lifestyles. Teaching individuals to write out goals that coincide with a weekly/monthly routine can prevent detouring to quick and convent unhealthy food choices and lack of motivation for physical activity. Creating a menu for the week and deciding which day you will cook them, can stimulate the brain to follow through with the objective. Though meditation, a person can become closer to their conscious and subconscious, to build mental strength to fight though the challenges of dejection that can contribute to stress eating. The brain is the most powerful factor that can make any challenge seem impervious. …show more content…

Providing different types of nutritional recipes for busier families, such as crock pot and value size, can encourage parents to cook on a frequent basis. Educating parents on the cost of a week worth of fast food compared to buying goods from the grocery store, reduces the mentality of cheaper take out. Cooking with frozen and non-perishable foods will allow families to save money with the flexibility that fresh produce cannot provide. In the Food Safety Information written by the United States Department of Agriculture(USDA), Food Safety and Inspection Service Department (FSIS) non-perishable foods have a shelf life of 1 to 5 years, depending on the type. Frozen foods have a shelf life of 1 to 12 months. This can provide more leniency in time compared to fresh produce which only have a shelf life of a few days. Making assessable of alternatives than traditional healthy eating can reduce diabetes in high-poverty

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