This is my favorite part of 0-5 eating. You get to eat anything you want. There are no restricted foods, or forbidden foods. You eat whatever you're body feels like eating as long as you are physically hungry. How do you know what your body really wants to eat? Ask it...when you're physically hungry, stop for a moment, close your eyes if you need to, and just listen to your body. Do you want something heavy or light. Salty or sweet. What kind of texture or color of food do you want? Do you want a breakfast food or dinner food? If it's 7:00am and you feel like eating cold pizza then eat it. If you're hungry for pancakes at noon, go ahead. If at dinner you don't really want the spaghetti in front of you but a fudgy piece of chocolate cake...eat the chocolate cake. Don't eat a full meal and then eat dessert on an already full stomach when dessert is what you really wanted in the first place.
Don't feel like you have to eat what everyone else around you is eating. You eat exactly what you want to eat.
If you've been dieting and restricting your food intake then most likely all you'll want at first will be high-calorie, high-fat foods, or all the foods you've been craving and denying yourself. You may be panicking right now, feeling like you'll gain a huge amount of weight but don't worry, it will be okay! Your body needs to break free from the pattern of dieting you've forced upon it. Eating all the "bad" foods is just a mental process you have to go through to teach yourself that they're aren't good or bad foods. There are only foods that you like and that make your body feel good. You won't want to eat the foods that make your body feel bad...for instance, I really like the taste of V8 juice but it gives me horrible heartburn. I don't want the heartburn so I don't want to drink the V8. If I did have a craving for V8, I'd drink it then take many Tums!
Remember to start eating when you're hungry and stop before you get full. Your body knows how to regulate itself. Soon you'll notice your cravings will change. You'll want more healthy foods. Actually it will most likely come to the point where you'll want a bit of healthy and a bit of the junky food together so you'll need to save enough room in your stomach for both (I'll go over portion size in a later article).
Through listening to your body you'll start to notice what foods you really love and what foods you thought you loved but now you don't really care for them. You'll even notice yourself becoming a bit picky with what foods you're willing to eat to satisfy your empty stomach.
A side note to any readers who are on medically restricted diets. My sister asked me a good question after chapter (9). She's on a medically restricted diet and can't eat anything she wants. In fact she only has a very short list of foods that she can eat. Everything else causes her body a lot of pain. For any of you who deal with medically restricted diets, please read the reply I wrote for "Mowii" in the comments after chapter (9). I wish I had more advise to give to you but sadly I don't know the answer to this question.