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Healthy Eating Habits with Intuitive Eating in Cold Springs Nevada

Healthy Eating Habits with Intuitive Eating in Cold Springs Nevada

Tired of the yo-yo dieting in Cold Springs Nevada? Want to be able to enjoy your food in a healthy manner? Learn more about how we all at birth ate intuitively.

healthy livingAccording to an article at nytimes.com, “Healthy Food Approach with Intuitive Eating

“WE all knew how to eat intuitively once: Infants don’t binge or starve themselves, and presumably, cavemen didn’t either. But instincts become twisted in an environment where you can hold a Twinkie in one hand and the remote in the other, surrounded by images of skinny starlets.

After near-lifetimes of restricted consumption, practiced dieters find it takes a concentrated effort to learn how to answer to their appetites through a practice often called “intuitive eating.”

Intuitive eating involves returning to basic drives, dispensing with the notion of “good” or “bad” foods and rules about when to eat. Absent a fear of deprivation, the philosophy holds, one’s hunger and taste cues — rather than cognitive rules — provide the most trustworthy guide toward balanced, healthy eating.

Kate Harding, an ex-dieter and an author of “Lessons From the Fat-O-Sphere,” said eating intuitively did not come easily for her at first. But eventually, she said, “If you’re actually listening to your body, instead of the voices in your head, you won’t be inclined to eat yourself sick very often.”

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