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Intuitive Eating: Difference And The 10 Principles

Intuitive Eating: Difference And The 10 Principles

Intuitive eating is a non-diet approach to health and wellness that helps us tune into our body signals, break the cycle of chronic dieting and heal our relationship with food.

  • Intuitive eaters give themselves unconditional permission to eat whatever they want without feeling guilty.

Intuitive Eating is made up of ten core principles:

  1. Reject the diet mentality
  2. Honor our hunger
  3. Make peace with food
  4. Challenge the food police
  5. Respect our fullness
  6. Discover the satisfaction factor
  7. Honor our feelings without using food
  8. Respect our body
  9. Exercise—feel the difference
  10. Honor our health with gentle nutrition


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