No. Food is nourishment, not something to feel guilty about. I'm very careful not to talk about food being bad or feeling guilty about it in front of my daughter. I don't want her to buy into the idea that she isn't allowd to enjoy certain foods if she wants to.
Not at all. Pizza tastes great! What good is it having a body if you can't take pleasure in experiencing things through it like eating pizza? In moderation of course because it isn't the healthiest food there is.
I sure wish I would FEEL GUILT after consuming all 8 slices of my deep pan or stuffed crust pizza with extra cheese, chilli & Jalapeno toppings! But nah.. I just love the taste so much that the calories count doesn't dance in front of my eyes while I'm at it. It flashes once or maximum twice while I lick my fingers after I'm done but that's all, because I don't like to linger in the guilt.
Anyway it's a pure waste of time and waste of MONEY to let the chocolate mousse or cookies & cream ice cream melt away!
P.S: I usually plan ahead and work out more if I decide on this cheat-treat or better yet I do fruits & additional workout the next day! It's that time that I feel not-so-good (read it as it is, not guilty) about the extra pounds I must cut before actually beginning to break a sweat about the original target!!
Ordering pizza is supposed to be the best experience.
However as we choose each topping my guilt increases.
How much of unhealthy is safe?
Is this what I want to give my body to process?
Yes I feel guilty.
So I have stopped punishing myself.
Eat pizza if it is the only option. This is very rare.
Find it funny that I follow this with a diet drink…Really what difference does that make.
I don't feel guilty, I just enjoy. These days I eat one or two pieces and fill up on a tasty salad and to be honest feel quite virtuous. There are some pizzas that don't have much topping, are greasy and not very tasty but a good tasting pizza with olives and anchovies, now that is a treat.