D I S C O V E R T H E S A T I S F A C T I O N F A C T O R
1 R E J E C T T H E D I E T M E N T A L I T Y
2 H O N O R Y O U R H U N G E R
C H A L L E N G E T H E F O O D P O L I C E4
R E S P E C T Y O U R F U L L N E S S
M A K E P E A C E W I T H F O O D
H O N O R Y O U R H E A L T H
Tired of dieting? �These principles of Intuitive Eating were first developed by
Evelyn Tribole and�Elyse Resch after their clients�grew tired of the pitfalls of
dieting. To date, there are over 80 studies that highlight the benefits of
intuitive eating on health outcomes. If you're new to Intuitive Eating, these
principles are a great place to start.
Remember that Intuitive Eating takes time to master.
Work with a Registered Dietitian to help turn these Intuitive Eating
principles into long-term�skills.�
Say no to�fad diets and�rigid rules around eating.
Keep your body fed with adequate calories. Don't
ignore your hunger cues!
Restriction often leads to overeating, so give yourself
permission to eat all foods.
Stop equating your worth to the "good" or "bad" food you
Tune in to your body's signals for fullness.�A�hunger
scale can help you listen to your cues and avoid that
Food is an experience meant to be nourishing, joyful and
satisfying - if you let it be!
Find ways to comfort without food. Try calling a friend or
taking a relaxing bath.
Learn to accept your body by remembering your worth
does not increase as your size decreases.
Exercise doesn't�only count when it is at the gym. A walk
with your dog is a great�option.
Anti-diet is not anti-health. Choose nutrient-dense foods
most of the time while allowing for some indulgences
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