Nourishment doesn’t mean only eating vegan, organic, whole foods. Nourishment means providing your body with some sort of sustenance. On a high-pain day, this could mean ordering food, eating easy-to-grab snacks, or making quick meals that don’t require a lot of work. On days when you’re feeling good, nourishment might mean making your favourite meal, or prepping more food for your future. Nourishment can look different on any given day. Providing your body with the food that it needs in order to survive is an act of self-love. Providing your body with nourishment sets you up for any task that comes your way, regardless of your pain levels.
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