Nutrition

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Hunger Fullness Scale: An Easy to Use Guide

If you’re like most people, you’ve tried at least 1 diet and maybe it feels like hundreds at this point.  I remember first hearing about intuitive eating assuming it’d be like everything else. Another diet and “sustainable change” I’d fail to make sustainable (even as a registered dietitian).  Here’s the thing, intuitive eating is eating

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Food Neutrality: Reducing the struggle with food

What is food neutrality? The concept of food neutrality describes all foods as being equal, meaning there are no good or bad foods.  No, that’s not saying all foods provide the same nutrition. Really it’s about removing the “good” and “bad”—the “healthy” and “unhealthy”—labels from food.  The idea of food neutrality receives a lot of

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Types of hunger: what they are and how to use them

Ever wonder how to control cravings? Or why you keep eating? Or how to tell your emotional hunger from other types of hunger? Or how people can follow intuitive eating because when you allow yourself to eat anything, you just eat everything? Often when my clients tried intuitive eating before working together, they didn’t get

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