Category: Intuitive Eating

10 Tips for Practicing Intuitive Eating

Black woman in Eating Disorder Treatment Specifically for Women and bringing honesty in eating disorder recovery Intuitive Eating is a self-care eating framework, which integrates instinct, emotion, and rational thought. It was created by two dietitians, Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch, in 1995 and is currently on its fourth iteration. [1] The Intuitive Eating framework is often used in recovery from disordered eating, as it is an approach that was developed [...]
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Applying Intuitive Eating During the Holiday Season

Woman in snow considering Intuitive Eating For the many individuals who are in recovery from an eating disorder, the holiday season can be challenging in multiple ways, including family gatherings, parties, and food. Food seems to often be the focal point of the holidays, and for someone who is recuperating from abnormal eating behaviors, the overload of food can be overwhelming. [...]
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College and Promoting Intuitive Eating in Eating Disorder Recovery

College girl intuitive eating Contributor: Crystal Karges, MS, RDN, IBCLC, Director of Content and Social Media at Eating Disorder Hope/Addiction Hope Eating disorders are often the anti-thesis to what is needed for thriving in life, and many eating disorder behaviors are contrary to what is normal and natural to thrive, physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and psychologically. One of the [...]
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Learning Intuitive Eating Principles as a Family

Family sitting together for a family photo Contributor: Crystal Karges, MS, RDN, IBCLC, Special Projects Coordinator at Eating Disorder Hope/Addiction Hope In the hustle and bustle of high demand schedules, many families often have little time for family meals or sitting down to eat in general. Food is often consumed on the go, between school and practice, in the car, at sport [...]
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