Intuitive Eating: A Practical Guide to Make Peace with Food, Free Yourself from Chronic Dieting, and Reach Your Natural Weight

October 21, 2019 - Comment

Find Your Intuitive Eater Within – and Never Diet Again Has food become your enemy? Now you can call a truce by consulting the one expert you can really trust – your own body. In this original audio program based on their popular book Intuitive Eating and updated with new practices and techniques, nutrition therapist

Find Your Intuitive Eater Within – and Never Diet Again

Has food become your enemy? Now you can call a truce by consulting the one expert you can really trust – your own body. In this original audio program based on their popular book Intuitive Eating and updated with new practices and techniques, nutrition therapist Elyse Resch and dietitian Evelyn Tribole give you all the ammunition you need to get off the roller coaster of chronic dieting and heal your relationship with food. Guided by their 10 groundbreaking principles, you will learn to awaken your Intuitive Eater within by:

Challenging the “food police” mind-set and creating a new, healthy inner dialogue
Deciphering your body’s physical and emotional hunger signals
Discovering the Satisfaction Factor to build a sensual and mindful relationship with food
Honoring your body through physical movement, lifestyle, and self-respect

“Diets rely on ‘willpower’ to try to forcefully control your body and eating habits,” Resch and Tribole explain. “Being an Intuitive Eater is about allowing your body, psyche, and spirit to work in harmony for the same goal.” With Intuitive Eating, you can finally end your battle with body image, renew the healthy relationship with food with which you were born, and reach the healthy weight that is right for you.

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Anonymous says:

A great way to learn self-care! I recently ordered this book as a prerequisite to Isabel Foxen Duke’s master class. I believe that it is one of the best books that I have ever read about health and wellness. I have been dieting/bingeing/weight-cycling for over 20 years and have finally been able to release all of this and work on accepting and loving myself. Self-care is something that I haven’t placed much emphasis on these days, but this book has helped me see that a large component of overall good health is taking the time…

Anonymous says:

It changed my life like a magic bullet My therapist suggested I look at this book. It changed my life like a magic bullet, even though I gave up believing in magic bullets that change your life in an instant. Reading just the first few chapters of this book completely melted away my compulsive overeating and obsession with sweets. I am not even joking! I have had issues with food my entire life and they’ve only worsened over the years. I was at the diet bottoming out described in this book. I recognized myself in so much of this…

Anonymous says:

Wonderfully Beneficial! This book changed my relationship with food completely. When I bought it about 6 months ago, I had just gained a few pounds after some big life stuff happened and just couldn’t bring myself to diet it off. So I was binging a lot in preparation for this looming diet I eventually had to start. I’m not hugely overweight but like most women, I don’t always feel great about my body and food choices.I was listening to NPR one day and heard a researcher talking about how dieting DOESN’T WORK,…

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