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PRACTICAL AND RELATABLE ARTICLES AND RECIPES TO
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PRACTICAL AND RELATABLE ARTICLES AND RECIPES TO
SUPPORT YOUR INTUITIVE EATING JOURNEY.

Did you eat more chocolate last night than felt comfortable? Maybe it was ice cream? Or pizza? Actually, the type of food doesn't matter as much as you think. Right now you likely feel one thing: guilt. First up I want to clarify a few things. The term 'binge-eating' is laden with negative connotations. And is

This is a real life case of becoming an Intuitive Eater. Shared with permission by one of my 1:1 coaching clients. This is the journey of Becky* (name changed for privacy). What follows are Becky's words about the process, her fears and outcomes to date.  I'm incredibly proud of her journey and it should be

Is this you? 'The non-diet approach to food and health sounds great! But how does it actually benefit me?' I'm so glad you asked! In this post I share 6 Benefits of Intuitive Eating.  I've also summarised them below in visual format too. 1. Feel satisfied from food Yes this is allowed! And important! Intuitive

Rice paper rolls seem tricky right? Or is that just me? This recipe contains my trick for rolling them though like with everything, it gets easier the more you do it. And a lot of it is 'feel.' By that I mean embracing the best amount of filling not to burst the roll. Either way,

What about this for 2020? Can ‘new year, new you’ be about your outlook and not your body? Can it prioritise your self-compassion? Your willingness to address what’s underneath the desires? The top of New Year’s resolution lists are inevitably: Lose weight Go on a diet Join a gym Where 2 + 3 are in

Could you describe your hunger sensations? What happens in your body? Do you get moody? Lose focus? Feel empty? Could you rate your hunger and fullness on a scale?⁣⁣ One of the most valuable exercises I do with clients is connect them to their own hunger and fullness.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ I love this exercise as it allows

The question that seemingly everyone wants an answer to. Say you've rejected the idea of fad diets but surely there's a "sensible" diet plan to lose weight right? Maybe one where you eat smaller meals, exercise more and/or restrict certain types of foods? What could be the harm? I want you to consider something right

I use this term a lot. And for good reason. If you're not the expert of your own body, then who is? The reality is however, that virtually everything around us leads you to believe that you're not the expert and that you couldn't possibly know what you need. Except that you do. Anything else

This recipe has fast become a favourite of mine. It honours so many of the attributes that makes food satisfying, nourishing and pleasurable to eat for me. Those attributes encompass how simple food is to prepare, how versatile the dish or meal can be, the variety of textures and temperatures involved, the deliciousness (of course!)

I've used the term. It's in the media. And social media influencers are certainly (mis)using it. So what is this Intuitive Eating thing? Another diet? Something where you only eat donuts and ignore health? Another fad? No to all of the above.   Intuitive Eating is a foundation for developing a new and positive relationship

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