May 15, 2020
Intuitive Eating Series, Principle 2. Josée Sovinsky, RD and therapist-in-training, joins us to talk about why it may feel so complicated, and challenging, to really honor and trust our hunger. Intuitive Eating (IE) is often simplified down to “The Hunger and Fullness Diet”, but there’s far more to this non-diet approach than simply “eat when you’re hungry!” Even when we focus on hunger, there are various types of hunger, both physical and psychological hunger cues, and reasons for which we might eat even if we aren’t hungry in that exact moment. We hope this conversation helps you navigate the nuances of your own hunger cues and your body’s needs, especially during times of change, uncertainty, stress, and rest.
For reading: “I don’t have to be happy with my body 100% of the time, but I can still feed it.”
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Thanks to our episode partner, Marci Evans MS CEDRD-S, and her online training institute for dietitians! Enter to win one of Marci’s valuable resources—Nutrition Counseling for Eating Disorders, Body Image Counseling for Dietitians, or an hour of supervision with Marci—by entering your name and email on MarciRD.com/RDRealTalk. Winners will be announced in June!
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More about the RD Real Talk Intuitive Eating Series & Resources: http://heathercaplan.com/intuitive-eating-podcast/