Originally Answered: This is a question for all the skinny people??? But not the skinny people that's skinny cause their lucky.?
Wow, "skinny cause their lucky" people? Women who are naturally thin complain that they have no curves. Men who are naturally thin complain that they look like weaklings. And you sit here and think they're LUCKY? That's kinda sick, my friend.
How about a healthy body? Why not ask about that? That's an easy answer for you.
I think food is a fuel. Even if it tastes super nasty, I consume it knowing what nutrients are in there. I enjoy food and know how to cook, but sometimes I throw a lot of mismatched ingredients into my post-workout shakes and I just have to plug my nose and down the hatch it goes.
I eat 5-6 times a day, and each meal is comprised of lean protein and natural carbohydrates. I tell people that the best thing to do is cram as many nutrients as you can into your food. Some people have lettuce and some cucumbers and call that a salad. I have either spinach and/or mixed baby greens and/or mixed herbs + tomatoes + cabbage + cucumber + squash + mushrooms + nuts + dried fruit, and sometimes I'll even throw a potato or vegan chili in the mix for the hell of it.
I have no feelings towards food. It is just fuel. I eat because I have to fuel my machine. I need the nutrition to function, to build muscle, to wake up and have energy throughout the day. I need food.
My body is a machine and works like a machine. It requires fuel, and when I do something to it, it will react. I know the codes that I must punch in to lose weight, to gain muscle, to do both. I also know the codes that I must punch in to gain weight, to lose muscle, to be miserable, to have energy, to be fatigued.
I see my muscles grow and love the feeling of being stronger. Life is so much easier when you can just DO something. When you can walk up a flight of stairs and not get winded, or run to your car and not even be breathing heavy a little bit; when you can carry all the groceries into the house in just one trip, or carry someone who's sick into a warm bed; when you need no help to push your stalled vehicle uphill and out of traffic, when you can help others do the same; when you look into the mirror and see all that you've worked for and you feel great physically and mentally, and you flex and you know you're on the path to your goal...there is no feeling like that. None. That's why studies show that people who add weight training into their routine not only stick with it longer, but also feel better about themselves.