FAQs and Misconceptions of Intuitive Eating

FAQs and Misconceptions of Intuitive Eating

According to the book ‘Intuitive Eating’ by dietitians Evenlyn Tribole and Elyse Resch, an intuitive eater is someone who “makes food choices without experiencing guilt or an ethical dilemma, honors hunger, respects fullness and enjoys the pleasure of eating.” It’s a...
Is Mindful Eating Possible in Lockdown Mode?

Is Mindful Eating Possible in Lockdown Mode?

Lately, mindful eating has felt like “hurry up and get his over” kind of eating during my quarantine with three boys. The stay at home way of living has changed the way families eat. Some of this is for the good, such as more opportunity for family...
COVID-19 Induced Stress Eating

COVID-19 Induced Stress Eating

Given the uncertainness of the world right now, you might find yourself stress-eating more than ever. Many of us are separated from friends and family, concerned about finances, and struggling to find a sense of structure and routine that we can count on. Social...
5 Steps to Maintain Intuitive Eating on Vacation

5 Steps to Maintain Intuitive Eating on Vacation

Summertime, for the lucky ones, includes VACATION! For most of us, vacationing means a break from the routines of life. If you’re working towards becoming an intuitive eater, this lack of routine can feel stressful to maintain intuitive eating on vacation! Have...
No Diet Day | Is It Ok to Desire Weight Loss?

No Diet Day | Is It Ok to Desire Weight Loss?

Every 6th of May, the world celebrates “No Diet Day.” When you hear the word, “diet,” what comes to mind? The Merriam Webster defines a diet as: a) food and drink regularly provided or consume b) habitual nourishment c) the kind and amount of food prescribed for a...
4 Ways to Navigate Diet Talk

4 Ways to Navigate Diet Talk

We’ve all experienced diet talk at some point–either personally or secondhand. Think you haven’t heard diet talk? Consider these examples: “I deserve this, I was good yesterday.” “I’m really trying to not have carbs,...