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Intuitive Eating: a Revolutionary Program


Intuitive Eating: a Revolutionary Program to Stop Dieting, Binging, Emotional Eating, Overeating and Feel Finally Free to Live the Life You Want by Nathalie Seaton.

4 stars

My review:

Why do we eat what we eat? There’s a science behind that! Why do we crave things that are bad for us? Knowing what kind of eater you are and why you eat what you do is an important tool in the fight against unhealthy eating behaviors.  You can quit dieting once you get a handle on why you eat like and what you do. The book tells you what things trigger you, some of these I knew, but some I had never even considered.  This book suggests eating intuitively, meaning to listen to your body’s needs not wants.

About the book:

Don’t just lose weight, but keep it off once and for all! How intuitive eating is the absolute best way to lead a sustained and healthy lifestyle…

How often have you heard, “You shouldn’t eat that because of reasons x,y,z”?

Or how about this one, “Why would you ask me to eat that? You know I’m in the middle of my fasting window!” Your best friend screaming this across the table at you, obviously dealing with some low blood sugar issues.

Statements such as these are all too common nowadays, and with the food and diet industry actively doing all they can to manipulate us into buying more, finding solutions that are actually healthy can often seem quite daunting.

Aren’t you sick and tired of all of this? Have you yourself been yo-yo dieting for far too long? Maybe you’ve tried it all and nothing seems to be working? Or maybe you’ve even succeeded in the past, but the weight, the bloating and the lack of energy just keep coming back?

It doesn’t have to be this way. There are certain things we can do for ourselves, habits we can integrate, that will build us a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.

Even if none of the above is true for you, surely you would like to feel less inflamed, more energized, and completely free to eat whatever you like, whenever you like?

Such a reality is far from fantasy, we just need to properly understand our relationship with food.

That’s why Intuitive Eating starts by looking at:

  • An understanding around our emotionally charged responses to food
  • Knowing what kind of eater you are– yes, there are different types
  • And, how to push past our own fears when it comes to listening to our bodies

From here you’ll find yourself empowered and ready to break free from the dieting paradigm.

Whether you’re trying to lose weight (and actually keep it off), or you’re simply wanting to increase your physical and mental performance, Intuitive Eating is the Bulletproof Guide of 2019.

In Intuitive Eating you’ll discover:

  • Surprising facts about why we eat the way we do that will blow your mind
  • What scientists say about the psychologyof eating intuitively
  • The principles of intuitive eatingthat are guaranteed to bring you success
  • 7 mistakes 99,7% of people make but you don’t have to make
  • How listening to your bodyis the #1 way to lose weight
  • The ultimate guideto avoiding any accompanying eating disorders

And so much more.

No more stress around what you ‘can’ or cannot’ eat. No more concerns with when it’s a good time to eat or not, and how much?

After reading Intuitive Eating you’ll know exactly how to listen to your body, and how to give it exactly what it needs precisely when it needs it.

If you want to leave behind all this dieting ‘bla-bla’ for good and instead find yourself within a reality of complete and total food freedom, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.

Sheila Englishhttp://sheilaenglish.com
Award-winning author of short stories and comic books. Telly award-winning producer and director of many book trailers.
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