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Intuitive Eating Blog | Stephanie Dodier Nutritionist
The social conditionings of the patriarchy of our modern society had kept me very busy dieting and chasing after the false currency of beauty instead of chasing my dreams. Being consumed by the fear of how my body looks kept me away from my power. But I found my true power. The power to live my life now. Here’s how…
You’re probably wondering, “Is intuitive eating right for me?” To help you better understand what intuitive eating is and decide whether it’s for you, let me answer some of the questions you may have about it. Then you can take the quiz at the end of this article.
Health beyond dieting seems to be a foreign concept to most people. The prevalent diet culture conditioned us to believe that thinner is better in all aspects of life including our health. We’ve always heard that thin equals healthy, and that dieting is the way to a thinner body. This is a belief that’s hard to let go.
I’ve always shared my journey to my followers, but only a few people know about my intuitive eating before and after story. Since I started eating intuitively, I’ve learned a lot of lessons that I’m eager to share. If you’ve been on the fence about intuitive eating or you’ve been struggling with body image issues, these lessons will prove to be valuable to you.
Have you ever wondered about self-coaching for intuitive eating and asked, “Can I be successful with intuitive eating on my own?” After all, intuitive eating is meant to empower you to be the expert of your own body and make you the boss of YOU. And what’s self-coaching anyway? If you are your own coach, does that mean you don’t need a coach at all?
For some people, intuitive eating may sound intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Actually, you’re just going to return to something you’d always done before you became part of the diet culture. You’re simply going to relearn how to be attuned to your body’s hunger and fullness cues and use them to guide your eating habits.
Does intuitive eating really have health benefits?
That’s not an unusual question for people getting started with intuitive eating. The answer is a resounding YES, and its amazing health benefits are backed by science.
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