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Welcome back to Rebuilding Trust With Your Body, I’m Katy Harvey your host. Today on the show we are going to be talking about why the approach of “just let yourself eat” probably isn’t working for you (and of course, I’m going to help you out with what to do instead). “Just let yourself eat” […]

Why “Just Let Yourself Eat” Isn’t Working For You

Anti-Diet Culture

Picture this: You’re at a charming little restaurant, savoring the most delectable pasta you’ve ever had. The sauce is tangy and rich, perfectly coating the noodles. Despite feeling full, you take a few more bites because it’s just so delicious. Now, you’re really full and facing a dilemma: stop eating to avoid feeling stuffed and miserable, or continue because it’s too good to waste, and reheating leftovers might not do it justice.

3 Healthy Habits for a Healthier Lifestyle and Optimal Health

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Welcome back to Rebuilding Trust With Your Body, I’m Katy Harvey your host. Today on the show we are going to talk about ways you can legitimately improve your health, without dieting. Diet culture has led us to believe that in order to get healthier we need to be cutting out certain foods, drinking a bunch of green smoothies, and always focusing on weight loss in order to improve our health. All of that is nonsense, and often backfires and damages health, so what are you supposed to do if you’ve decided you’re not dieting anymore, you’re not cutting out food groups, and you’re not fixating on weight loss?

Want Better Health (Without Dieting)? Build These 3 Habits Now

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One of the things that makes this especially tricky is if it was kind of a big deal for you to give yourself permission to eat the pasta in the first place. Maybe in the past when you were doing low carb dieting, or when you were tracking your macros you would never order something like a decadent plate of pasta at a restaurant. So it felt really liberating and empowering (and maybe also a little scary) to order the pasta in the first place. And then it’s so delicious that you don’t want to stop eating it – which on some level also confirms your fears that you can’t trust yourself with these types of foods, and you start to wonder if you’ll ever make peace with food. 

What To Do If You’re Full But Want To Keep Eating 

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Do you want the truth about intuitive eating?

I don’t shy away from real conversations around mindful eating. In fact, I embrace your questions and am always here to level with you. This post is inspired by a chat with one of my previous Non-Diet Academy clients. She appreciated the honest and transparent approach I took, which she hadn’t found elsewhere. So, today, I’m here to share some unfiltered truths about intuitive eating, setting realistic expectations without sugar coating.

5 Things They Won’t Tell You About Intuitive Eating

Intuitive Eating

Welcome back to Rebuilding Trust With Your Body, I’m Katy Harvey your host. Today on the show we are going to be getting real, spilling the tea as they say. This episode was inspired by a recent conversation I had with one of my previous Non-Diet Academy clients, and she told me that there were a few things that I was really honest and transparent with her about that she hasn’t heard in other intuitive eating spaces, and how much she appreciated me setting realistic expectations for her in this process.

What they Won’t Tell You About Intuitive Eating That I Will

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