Posts with the category: Intuitive Eating

4 Steps to make peace with forbidden foods through Intuitive Eating

If you struggle with cravings for “forbidden” foods, feel out of control when eating them, followed by guilt, you can learn to make peace with these foods, without restriction or dieting, through Intuitive Eating.

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10 Benefits of Intuitive Eating

Ditch the diet and learn to practice self-care, not self-control. Learn the 10 benefits of Intuitive Eating.

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The anti-diet is called Intuitive Eating

Diets don’t work. Intuitive eating, the anti-diet approach, is changing lives and healing relationships with food and body.

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Reject dieting and learn Intuitive Eating

Diets teach you not to listen to your body’s individual needs for food. Through Intuitive Eating you can relearn how to eat. Intuitive Eating is a self-care eating framework with ten principles that work together to guide you back to being the expert of your own body and allow it to settle where its healthiest, not where diet culture says it “should” be.

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Embrace body in all its forms for self care

Body dissatisfaction and eating challenges are on the rise, affecting every sector of our population, from our youth to our elderly, but with an alarming increase among teens, young adults and children of increasingly younger ages.

“We’ve reached a point in history where nearly every person is in some way affected by society’s heightened focus on beauty images, health and weight,” say Connie Sobczak and Elizabeth Scott, co-founders of The Body Positive.

We have the power to create the necessary cultural shift to save the next generation from negative body image as a root cause of many unhealthy behaviors with food and exercise.

You can learn to live peacefully and healthfully in your body by becoming competent in the five core skills of the Be Body Positive Model. The model teaches us to reclaim health, practice intuitive self-care, cultivate self-love, declare our own authentic beauty and build community.

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Are you a Normal Eater?

There is so much stress and confusion around what to eat these days that many of us have no idea what normal eating is anymore. You may even be suffering from disordered eating or an eating disorder and not even know it. Disordered eating and the pursuit of thinness is so normalized in our culture that it is often dismissed and even encouraged within health and wellness fields.

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