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We’ve all been there-angry with ourselves for overeating, for our lack intuitkve willpower, for failing at yet another diet that was supposed to be the last one. But the problem is not you, it’s that dieting, with its emphasis on rules and regulations, has stopped you from listening to your body. Written by two prominent nutritionists, “Intuitive Eating” focuses on nurturing your We’ve all been there-angry with ourselves for overeating, for our lack of willpower, for failing at yet another diet that was supposed to be the last one.
Written by two prominent nutritionists, “Intuitive Eating” focuses on nurturing your body rather than starving it, encourages natural weight loss, and helps you find the intuitve you were trbole to be. PaperbackSecond Editionpages.
Published September 11th by St. Martin’s Griffin first published May 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Intuitive Eatingplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jun 09, Amy rated it really liked it. The basic premise of intuitive eating is that when we really listen and tune into our bodies, we will know what to eat intuitiive how much.
Several studies on toddlers have found that when small children have free access to a variety of foods, they eat a balanced variety that meets their nutritional needs. Intuitive eating tries to help you find that inner knowledge about food again.
The primary goal tribooe in this book is to make peace with food so it loses its power, a power I rtibole relate to. This means letting go of the scale or whatever metric teibole use to gauge your weight-loss progress.
Instead you need to focus on you feel and the well-being you derive from the process of intuitive eating. The authors have repeatedly found that to be the case with their clients. Yet people blame themselves rather than the process of dieting, leading to depression, anxiety, and an obsession with food.
Not only does dieting reduce your metabolism, intuitice calorie-deprivation leads to periods of overeating. I have found through my experience that I actually crave sweets and baked goods at an all-time LOW. My theory is that because my body is constantly receiving the calories I need, I no longer crave desserts like I did before as an assured, quick way to intuitivs and in some cases exceed my caloric needs.
However, for me, I think the biological process is the more real one for me.
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Meeting my calorie needs consistently reduces cravings and periods of overeating. I love this process and wish I had found it sooner. I highly recommend this book. View all 4 comments. May 04, Thomas rated it it was amazing Shelves: A sating book for those who wish to do away with dieting and learn to love food again.
As someone who reads a lot about eating disorders and hopes to specialize in eating disorder treatment and prevention, I found Intuitive Eating a well-written reference on how to reject diet mentality, find satisfaction from food, and cope with emotions in ways that do not involve eating. Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch show their expertise by blending their innovative Intuihive Eating program with loads of A wonderful book for those who wish to do away with dieting and learn to love food again.
Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch show their expertise by blending their innovative Intuitive Eating program with loads of research, sets of anecdotes that make sense, and metaphors and analogies that clarify their concepts. They divide Intuitive Eating into ten principles: View all 3 comments.
May 10, Julia rated it it was amazing Shelves: For my final pre-internship year, I’m going to be working with individuals with eating disorders. I figured I’d try something completely new. When I asked my supervisor what books she’d recommend as introductory readings, “Intuitive Eating” is where she sent me, telling me that intuittive the only self-help nutrition book out there that she not only tolerates, but actually likes.
People ask me for book recommendations fairly often and I’m only a grad student, so I For my final pre-internship year, I’m going to be working with individuals with eating disorders. People ask me for book recommendations fairly often and I’m only a grad student, so I’m guessing it’ll get more frequent.
It’s a tricky question because so many books are so deeply cheesy, and I’m not exactly going for “deeply cheesy” as a psychologist-in-training. It is not patronizing.
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It is not preachy, simplistic, or annoyingly cheerful. It is compassionate, straightforward, and wise. It brims with good, old-fashioned common sense that is too often overwhelmed by the dieting hysteria that has gripped the U. I am sure this book will be invaluable when doing eating disorder treatment. But, if you’re reading this, and you’re experiencing even just a niggling iota of doubt that maybe you don’t have as healthy of a relationship with food as you could TRULY healthy, none of this sanctimonious all-raw-food-all-the-time crapthen do me a solid, and get yourself to a bookstore ASAP.
While I think overall, this and “Mindful Eating” are probably the best ways to care for one’s health, this book was hugely repetitive and pretty obvious for anyone who’s spent any amount of time trying to lose weight. Only eat when you are hungry. Don’t eat until you are stuffed. Plan on eating this way for the rest of your life and shelve that mentality of eating a certain way for 6 weeks to drop 20 poun Bullet Review: Plan on eating this way for the rest of your life and shelve that mentality of eating a certain way for 6 weeks to drop 20 pounds.
Or basically read Appendix B, because that has everything in the book, minus the 16 trillion anecdotes and stories from supposed patients that sound suspiciously fake. All the clients adopt this diet and suddenly, angels float down from heaven to carry them up with a basket of kittens farting rainbows. Good grief, I get it – you want to sell this book and plan, so let’s make up a bunch of stories of people who were fat or had bad body image, went to you, and suddenly life was a miracle.
I don’t mean to make it sound like there was nothing of value in this book, because there is. Also, I think this is probably the best way for weight loss and maintenance. It just intuitivf need to be nearly 14 hours long. I started reading this book the tdibole day and while it has only been a few days, I can see how much its ideas are transforming my life. Since I was a young girl I have struggled with body image, food issues, and ttribole eating and my struggle has only gotten more difficult and more pronounced as I’ve gotten older, this book feels like it’s the remedy I’ve been waiting for.
They don’t work and only serve to exacerbate my disordered eating and my unhealthy relationship with my body I started reading this book the other day and while it has only been a few days, I can see how much its ideas are transforming my life.
They don’t work and only serve to exacerbate my disordered eating and my unhealthy relationship with my body and with food and Intuitive Eating as a book and a principle is putting and end to dieting and setting me on the path to recovery. Intuitive Eating is not a quick fix, lose 15 pounds in two weeks, or a “lifestyle change” that comes with endless calorie counting and a strict usage of healthy alternatives.
It is about fixing our relationship with food, with our bodies, with exercise, and with nutrition. It wasn’t until I was reading this book that Intuigive realized just how disordered my thoughts eatnig on food and dieting and eating, but I am tibole the principles of Intuitive Eating to heart and I am using them to change my life and heal.
I want to recommend this book to ANYONE who has ever compared their body to someone else, anyone who didn’t have dessert because they didn’t want to be “bad”, anyone who has ever been on a diet, anyone who overeats or under eats or has ever judged food on a “bad” or “good” scale.
I just want to stand on the streets and hand out copies of this book and wake people up to what we our doing to ourselves with our diet culture. This is eatnig fantastic book that feels like the right answer to helping me heal and repair my relationship with food and a myriad of other things and I know that so many other people have been healed eaging it as well and I encourage everyone to read it, or at least read the first few chapters and see if any of it speaks to you. This is actually my 2nd reading of this book.
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While I know that the 10 Principles are extremely valuable, it is so hard to change decades of food fear eatlng disordered eating! I am working really hard toward intuitive eating. I have found that I go through phases of how I feel about food. This has always been true, but recently I find that my phases can change several times a day!
It scares me as a recovering anorexic. My only option is to work one day at a time. Jan 22, Jen V rated it it was amazing.
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Now that it’s been almost 7 years since first being introduced to Intuitive Eating I can honestly say the concepts in this book actually really did change my life and allowed me to “make peace with food”.
I think I have the first edition there are now 4 which although the writing is a little okay a lot hoakie the concepts are priceless. I do have to say I initially read this book as part of coursework while studying nutrition at USU so I never had the experience of picking it up and just rea Now that it’s been almost 7 years since first being introduced to Intuitive Eating I can honestly say the concepts in this book actually really did change my life and allowed me to “make peace with food”.
I do have to say I initially read this book as part of coursework while studying nutrition at USU so I never had the experience of picking it up and just reading it without dissecting. I still remember how mad I was at the idea of giving yourself “unconditional permission” to eat and it’s very fresh in my mind how mad people get when you try to explain the concept. I have plugged this book profusely both professionally and personally and will continue to. Feb 12, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: I greatly enjoyed this insightful, if slightly overselling explanation of intuitive eating, the authors’ working method in the field of nutrition.
Their approach is empowering and practical, and unique in the field. I believe that many, many people who struggle or have struggled with food will find something of value in this, whether you use parts of their ideas to supplement your relationship to food or commit to their complete process. A couple months ago, I sat with a half-e I greatly enjoyed this insightful, if slightly overselling explanation of intuitive eating, the authors’ working method in the field of nutrition.
A couple months ago, I sat with a half-eaten supper in my bowl, and I spoke out loud about the struggle I was having just then.
I didn’t want to stuff myself uncomfortably, but it seemed to be the only way I could have a satisfying supper.