What I think is at the heart of eating well is your willingness to care for yourself. I know that sounds odd, but the people who really struggle with food, they might not have a high regard for themselves yet. Kind of like if you’re willing to smoke. When you do that, you’re making a statement that you don’t matter. But when you can tie your daily choices to your ability to look after and nurture yourself, what you eat is no longer an uphill battle. There’s an epidemic of unworthiness—and I mean this on the food topic. When people make that shift in behavior and view themselves as worthy, the food doesn’t matter, it’s no longer an issue.