Intuitive eating means being able to enjoy food without freaking out, feeling guilty, or bingeing. Check out these tips for enjoying some Halloween candy.
Intuitive eating is about letting go of “good” and “bad” foods and seeing that all food has value and fits into an overall healthful way of eating.
Feeling insecure about your body can lead to body-checking, but that can make your body image worse. Find out how!
Just one example of fatphobia is how the fashion industry caters to smaller bodies, even though the vast majority of their customers are in larger bodies. Knowing this can help with body acceptance.
Health and fitness don’t have a look. Exercise should be about taking care of your body, not punishing or trying to change it.
Urge surfing is a strategy for how to deal with urges to engage in unhealthy behaviors like binge eating, self-harm, drinking and more!
Tips for how to deal with body shame and insecurity in your relationship.
Emotional eating is not necessarily bad, but it can be helpful to learn to cope with your emotions in other ways besides just food.
Intuitive eating is not just about changing the way you eat… it’s about changing your relationship with food and your body.
Diet culture is in full swing, but take a pause before jumping on the dieting bandwagon, especially if you struggle with an eating disorder.