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Intuitive Eating Series Week Two: our Hunger. Learn how to tune into your natural hunger cues so you can honor your appetite and ditch external diet systems for good.
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33 Comments on Intuitive Eating | HONOR YOUR HUNGER | Week 2

  1. Marilyn Smiley // 12th June 2018 at 5:07 pm // Reply

    Good

  2. Thank you so much for the information, Dani! I do need to be better in tune with my biological hunger.

    Side question… it’s camping season, and my husband and I will be camping with his family several times. Do you have any suggestions on clean & delicious snacks and meals that could be used when in the outdoors? I find that I often eat TERRIBLY when we go camping, mainly because my husband’s family uses price as the primary driver for meal planning, versus actual ingredients. They enjoy cooking for everyone. By the end of the trip, I’ve eaten a lot of hot dogs, fried fish, and other junk. I don’t want to insult them by not eating any of it, but I do pass on some. It would be lovely to have some better ideas that I could offer to cook up for them that are clean and delicious. That way I am not imposing any of my requests on them, but I’m in charge of the ingredients. Love your videos!

    • Clean & Delicious // 12th June 2018 at 5:29 pm // Reply

      Hi Angie – I love a good camping trip! There are lots of great options you can make. Some of my favorites are turkey burgers, kebabs, any type of grilled chicken (drumsticks, thighs, breasts!), veggie kebabs, you can even bring along some easy peasy veggie burgers! As for snacks, I like to do baked chips, popcorn, pop chips – all the kinds of snacks that are fun to eat but slightly higher quality options. You can also bring a big bin of chopped veggie with some fun store bought dips like hummus, tzaziki and or babaganoush. I hope that helps a bit!

  3. Anna Teittinen // 12th June 2018 at 5:43 pm // Reply

    This was a great informative video! Thank you so much Dani!

  4. Tonya Goncalves // 12th June 2018 at 5:44 pm // Reply

    Dani- love you videos….thanks for sharing! Do you have recipes to lower your potassium? Please share thank you

  5. Dani, thank you for this series! I am reading the book along with your series and I am already experiencing a freedom and true care for myself that I haven’t had in a really long time. I am working on being able to know my body’s hunger/fullness signals. I seem to be missing my cues for hunger until I am REALLY hungry, so your tips were very helpful. Connie C

  6. Wow this is so great! I’ve often wished someone would say exactly HOW we listen to our bodies, and your scale of hunger and other questions helped a lot.

  7. Emma_xx_ Xx // 12th June 2018 at 6:29 pm // Reply

    I’m hungry every hour it’s so annoying

  8. Stephanie Hitchings // 12th June 2018 at 7:22 pm // Reply

    Enjoying this series but I wonder what your stance is on craving? I often eat my evening meal and crave something sweet afterwards. I try and wait 20 minutes or so to give my meal time to settle and this can work but at other times it does not and I give in and have a small dessert. Sometimes fruit but sometimes something small and relatively healthy. I’m not hungry but I do need something more. What’s your stance on this x

  9. I like what you talked about not selfish part, so right, thumbs up!

  10. When Dani first spoke of this book, it didn’t take long for me to decide to purchase it. I’ve never finished a single book throughout my school years/life/anything, because I do not like reading. Like, AT ALL (lol). I just want to say that I cannot put this book down. It is so informative and relevant to so many situations I find or have found myself facing. I am so excited for this journey and to connect with like minded people. I don’t ever find myself having a desire to “journal” either, but because of this series, I feel greatly inspired to begin doing so. Thank you Dani, and I hope to connect with more of you.

  11. I think the hardest fight is to belive that what I am feeling is OK and what I am is enough. 🙂

  12. Sherri Guzman // 12th June 2018 at 9:27 pm // Reply

    I am one of those people who thought i never felt hungry. I get shaky and foggy brained before I feel hungry. It never occurred to me until I watched this that those feelings ARE my hunger sensation. Light bulb moment!

  13. Blessed 2B Curly // 12th June 2018 at 9:33 pm // Reply

    Great video series so far and love the tip of keeping a hunger journal, never thought of that before. Thanks for the great info, looking forward to next week!

  14. Great information ! I think I really need to tune in to my natural signs of hunger more efficiently. One of my self talks beliefs is that “I’m always hungry” but I think the truth is I do like to eat and I really don’t always feel hungry so I need to become more mindful of those times I really am hungry. Another thing I’m learning is that feeling full takes a short while to register in my brain. In other words it takes less to fill me up than I realize and so by the time I feel full I’ve already ate too much!

    • Clean & Delicious // 12th June 2018 at 10:48 pm // Reply

      Yes – telling yourself I am always hungry can definitely make you ‘feel’ like you’re hungry. And I agree, often when we start tuning in we discover we actually need a lot less food then we tend to think.

  15. Very interesting point of view. I will try to listen more to my body. Thank you!

  16. Good video as always. Doing intermittent fasting has helped me get in tune with my true hunger. Before I started fasting I just ate when it was the socially accepted times to eat, whether I was hungry or not. I think the human body has very powerful self healing capabilities but if you are constantly eating you are diverting your bodys’ attention to the processing of food. Every time you eat you are cranking up your bodys’ organs. The more times you crank a machine the sooner it wears out. I have also found that when you eat truly nutritional whole foods you stay full for longer periods of time without eating as much. Not saying this is for everybody but it has helped me.

  17. Livelifelove2 Xx // 12th June 2018 at 10:24 pm // Reply

    Feeling true hunger really confuses me!!! I never actually know when I am “truly , physically hungry!! ” Hunger comes in waves and then it passes and I’m like hmmmm was that true hunger ?? Great video and look forward to the rest of the series Dani xxxx

    • Clean & Delicious // 12th June 2018 at 10:44 pm // Reply

      I think it’s something you just have to continue to experiment with. IF you think you are hungry and then you eat, do you notice if it gives you increased energy and clarity? Try noticing how you feel after you eat… this may help you to know if it was true hunger.

  18. I Know this is about eating but if you could help with dealing with stress that would be great. I find even when I watch what I eat my weight can go up when I am stressed. I don’t understand this.

    • Clean & Delicious // 12th June 2018 at 10:42 pm // Reply

      It makes perfect sense because eating food does feel pleasurable and relaxing in the moment which absolutely gives us a momentary distraction from our stress.

      I would try researching some stress relieving techniques. I know things that help me are talking something out with a friend, going for walk, reading something that helps center me, and sipping hot tea. 🙂

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