Make a non-food-related healthy goal for yourself as well.
Regardless of if it’s food health or mind health or emotional health or spiritual health related, it helps to set goals and deadlines for yourself as a benchmark to determine how much you can do easily on your own or if you need assistance or outside-of-self help. If you are steadily approaching your goal and have no motivation towards it what so ever, maybe your goal is too unrealistic.
Start with a goal that’s a bite size chunk, then snowball it out. It’s always easier to add more once you’ve started on a task than it does to catch up once you’re already procrastinating a long while. That’s right, the hardest part is getting started.
So, get up and just do it.