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Discover What Exists Beyond Dieting

My husband was shocked when I shared with him my feelings of being dissatisfied with my body.


He's an amazing man, and tells me how beautiful I am everyday.


(I'm a lucky girl and I don't take that for granted)


How could it be that I was hearing such judgmental self-talk voices when I looked in the mirror?


Do you hear those voices sometimes too?


"My pants are feeling tight, it's time you get back on track."


"Gosh, when did all those wrinkles pop up?"


"I have to lose weight before I put my bathing suit on!"


As women, we are constantly bombarded with messages about how we should look, what we should eat, and how much we should weigh.


It can be overwhelming and confusing, leading many of us to turn to restrictive diets and other unhealthy behaviors in an attempt to meet society's standards.


But what if we told you that there is a better way to feeling confident about your body other than controlling your food through a restrictive approach of dieting?


(the truth is that research shows that this approach doesn't work long-term anyways)


An approach that allows you to trust your body and its natural signals, without the need for strict rules or calorie counting? YES PLEASE 


This approach is called intuitive eating, and it's a game-changer for women who are tired of feeling like they are at war with their bodies.


Intuitive eating is all about listening to your body and honoring its needs.


It means eating when you're hungry, stopping when you're full, and choosing foods that make you feel good.


It's not a diet or a set of rules, but rather a way of life that allows you to tune into your body's wisdom and make choices that support your health and well-being.


When you trust your body with intuitive eating, you may find that you naturally gravitate towards more nourishing foods, like fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.


You may also find that you have more energy, better digestion, and a more positive relationship with food and your body.


Of course, trusting your body with intuitive eating can be challenging, especially if you've spent years dieting or ignoring your body's signals.


But with patience, practice, and support, you can learn to reconnect with your body and its needs.


Here are a few tips to get started:

  1. Give yourself permission to eat. All foods are allowed with intuitive eating, so don't restrict yourself from any particular food group.
  2. Pay attention to your hunger and fullness signals. Eat when you're hungry and stop when you're full. Try to eat more slowly and take breaks to check in with your body.
  3. Focus on how foods make you feel. Choose foods that make you feel energized and satisfied, rather than ones that make you feel sluggish or guilty.
  4. Practice self-care. Take care of your body and mind by getting enough sleep, moving your body in enjoyable ways, and engaging in activities that bring you joy.


Remember, intuitive eating is a process, not a destination.


It may take time to trust your body and let go of old habits, but the rewards are worth it.


By trusting your body with intuitive eating, you can cultivate a healthier, happier relationship with food and your body.


Want to take a deeper look at intuitive eating and learn how to enjoy a beautiful relationship with food and your body?


You're invited to enjoy this FREE Mini-Course called UNDIET YOUR LIFE & ENJOY TRUE CONFIDENCE

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Till Next Time,

Kim Jacques, Intuitive Eating Coach

Are you ready to discover what exists beyond dieting?