intuitive eating

And this can work, when our lives are relatively calm. We might even feel virtuously satisfied when we're exhausted afterwards
For example - an important step in becoming an intuitive eater is to remove all restrictions while simultaneously becoming
Katie is the founder of the Dessert Club, which runs 8-week courses on how to stop dieting, enjoy food more, and live a meaningful
-- -- -- -- Though I have objections, politically, to Donald Trump, that's not why my heart is broken this week. Katie is
While discussing childhood nutrition in my undergraduate lifecycle nutrition class, I remember being so surprised at the
They will feel happier, more confident, more comfortable flirting and dating and kicking ass at work and getting things done
Cravings aren't something to be feared or to get rid of. I could make the argument that you should actually look forward to your food cravings since they are insider information from your body and subconscious mind about what's going on under the surface in your life.
You can start by throwing away your scale and diet books and really tuning in and listening to your body for information about what you should eat and when you should move. This simple step will put you on your way to feeling great in no time!
You know, those times when you're out with your friends, having a great night and a little (or a lot) to drink. And then
Here's my secret clue: If your actions don't match your supposed "prioritization," you're probably lying to yourself.
Why? Because if you're not telling yourself the truth, you won't be able to honestly and accurately prioritize your needs.
Here's the question I have for you, no matter what path you are considering going down in terms of eating, weight, and happiness: Where do you want to be, two years from now? And what is going to help you get there?
Was your last year of high school everything you wanted it to be and more? I'm going to take a shot in the dark and say, no.
Because you're not living a diet. You're just living life. And it's okay to do things you often-but-don't always do.
But how do you stop the cycle? Today I wanted to share with you four qualities that I've noticed in most people who make lasting change around how they approach food by learning how to trust their bodies and hungers, rather than dieting:
So why not start appreciating the unique shape and size that YOUR body comes in? You don't need to look like the cookie cutter shape of the photoshopped models to feel great about the way you look.
But I didn't always know what to do. In fact, this situation used to be really tough for me. So in this post, I want to give you two options for what to do when that Spaghetti Bolognese Realization hits:
The bottom line, she says, is that people aren't good judges of what they're eating. And that is cause for concern in a time when so many people are struggling with their weight.
I realize these strategies are somewhat out of the ordinary, but if you're willing to apply them without limitation they work like gangbusters!
Especially at times when you're experiencing pain -- how can you take good care of yourself? What can you do to support yourself? How can you bring kindness and compassion to yourself?