Ditch The Diet

How to deal with weight gain while practising intuitive eating

How to deal with weight gain while practising intuitive eating

Gaining weight is very normal for anyone who begins practising intuitive eating after a period of restrictive eating (whether through dieting or restrictive eating disorders). Here are my tips for how to address and cope with your fears around this initial weight gain, in order to avoid falling into the temptation of dieting or disordered eating behaviours.

An Introduction To Intuitive Eating

An Introduction To Intuitive Eating

Intuitive Eating is much needed a breath of fresh air from diet culture. It's about listening to your body's cues for hunger, fullness, satiety, taste and emotional needs - i.e. your instincts, instead of external 'food rules' and giving yourself unconditional permission to eat.  

Don't Just 'Get Back On Track' With Your Health, Redefine The Track

Don't Just 'Get Back On Track' With Your Health, Redefine The Track

Women aren't struggling to get back on track because of time or motivation. They're struggling because someone (society) told them there was a track in the first place. And the biggest problem with 'track' suggested by society is that it only has one destination: weight loss.