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A comparison between Intuitive Eating and Overcoming Overeating

I thought it would be cool to write a comparison between two self-help books designed to help a person overcome compulsive overeating/binge eating and dieting and transition into a more natural way of eating. 1,666 more words


7 + months of Intuitive Eating

Back in early January of this year, I made a radical decision. Instead of adding to my list of goals for the New Year something about really buckling down and proactively losing weight, and THIS TIME STICKING TO THE PLAN DAMN-IT!!11!1, I would take a different approach to managing my health. 2,364 more words


Taking Control Back

I’ve never understood how someone can weigh in just once a week.

Scales are meant to weigh yourself with multiple times. Multiple times a day. 1,121 more words

Weight Loss

Back to calorie counting

I know I have talked about intuitive eating very positively before. For a couple months, I chose to eat intuitively. It was working very well. I lost weight, I lost fat and I felt happy. 266 more words


Do What You Love and Love What You Do

I like coffee and I really like cream. I like a lot of cream in a good cup of coffee. As I was measuring my almond milk and pouring it into my coffee this morning I thought to myself, “This sucks. 420 more words

Weight Loss

Fig salad

I am a salad-lover. I could live on salad during summer time when temperatures here in Spain go above 40 degrees celsius. (Well, and some ice cream, chocolate, cereal and yeah, all those things I love too, let’s be honest here). 273 more words


Intuitive eating as a form of freedom

It’s been a while since I’ve been free from the 1200kcal a day monster.

In fact, that’s what I have for lunch most days.

However, there is a reminiscence of my restriction days that does not allow me to be a normal, happy person. 244 more words