As American Thanksgiving approaches, you’re probably seeing articles telling you which foods to avoid and which are lower calorie and therefore the “better” choice. These traditional “eat this”, “not that” posts completely negate a person’s personal preferences, hunger, and satisfaction levels. So this Thanksgiving, instead of sticking to a list of “better” foods, choose the foods that taste good and satisfy you. Choose to eat your Aunt Suzie’s sweet potato casserole that you don’t eat any other time of the year. Choose to stop eating anything that doesn’t taste good or make you feel good. Choose to go back for seconds if you’re still hungry or if something tastes really good and you’re not yet satisfied. Choose to say no to diet rules.