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Intuitive Eating | PLEASURE + SATISFACTION | Week 6 with Dani Spies

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Intuitive Eating Series Week Six: Pleasure + Satisfaction. Learn why slowing down and enjoying your meal create a more nourishing eating experience.
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21 Comments on Intuitive Eating | PLEASURE + SATISFACTION | Week 6 with Dani Spies

  1. Clean & Delicious // 10th July 2018 at 2:49 pm // Reply

    Can you believe that we are already at week 6 of the C&D 10-Week Intuitive Eating Series!? I LOVE the topic of pleasure + satisfaction when it comes to food. I think this is a super important piece of nutrition that often gets over looked! I would love to hear your thoughts!! xo-Dani

    • Nicole Raffelsberger // 10th July 2018 at 3:49 pm // Reply

      Clean & Delicious I absolutely LOVE this series…really so much useful information and I really trust the words you are saying. They go straight to my brain and my relationship with food is much better now:)

  2. Thank you for doing this series, it’s been so helpful ❤️

  3. This was an amazing talk! You hit the nail right on the head!!! Every point you made was spot on!!! I miss Ep 1-5 but you better believe I’m going back to watch them all and share!!!

  4. Anne Morrison // 10th July 2018 at 3:48 pm // Reply

    Is Stevia considered clean? I have a bad Splenda habit I need to kick.

    • Amelia Williams // 10th July 2018 at 7:07 pm // Reply

      Anne Morrison depends on how processed it is. If it’s a quality, more or less raw stevia (so not Truvia), it should be good

  5. Natalie Garcia // 10th July 2018 at 4:13 pm // Reply

    I know im in the minority here but im trying to gain weight through healthy means but i also eat when im not hungry. and even though people think i eat like a bird I feel like I eat so much but im still underweight (my doctor says). do you have any advice for that?

    • Amelia Williams // 10th July 2018 at 7:10 pm // Reply

      Natalie Garcia eat high calorie and nutrient dense foods such as fats (nuts, seeds, avocado, dairy products, fatty meats, egg yolks, coconut, healthy oils, etc…) and dried fruits. Make smoothies, eat some raw energy balls/bars, and bake.

  6. Diane Shepard // 10th July 2018 at 5:24 pm // Reply

    To me this means Eat Dessert First! If I’m going to stop when I’m satisfied, I might not get to eat it. Also,when I’m eating something I really enjoy it’s hard to stop when I’m full,even though I know I can have it again.

  7. You give lots of good tips in this video. One that hits home for me is slowing down. I have a habit of eating too fast.

  8. Harnish1102 // 10th July 2018 at 5:53 pm // Reply

    I’ve been trying to find almost substitutes that I will love to replace the “bad stuff” Yasso ice cream bars instead of scooping out of a 1/2 gallon, 90% dark chocolate instead of just a bag of m&ms, almond butter that I love to put on top of pancakes instead of syrup

  9. Denelle Bratcher // 10th July 2018 at 6:17 pm // Reply

    Finally reading the book. Thanks for the inspiration. This has been super helpful.

  10. Janine Ashcraft // 10th July 2018 at 6:37 pm // Reply

    I have been working through the workbook and am really enjoying it..and I didn’t know if you could help.. it isn’t about this topic it is about distinguishing between a dieting mentality thought and a thought that would serve my best interest thought.

    I am also working on slowing my eating down and not multitasking while I eat. Both are very hard to do.. I liked last week suggestion about placing your silverware across your plate to tell yourself you are done. That has really helped

  11. Females have a much harder time not eating addictive processed foods.

  12. thabeautiful1 // 10th July 2018 at 7:15 pm // Reply

    Loved this video! This is something that I’ve been trying to do in my attempt to revamp my eating habits this summer! Not everything has to be straight and narrow all the time, it’s ok to have a little fun and enjoy your fave foods sometimes!

  13. These are going by fast! This was very good. No, it was excellent. In the diet mentality, one of the reasons I’ll never do Keto, is the deprivation and the thinking to go along with it. It is unreasonable and unrealistic to think I’m never going to have a bowl of ice cream of pizza again! I can’t live like that. With no foods off limits I tend to not feel I have to eat them beyond the point of satisfaction or being satiated because I know I can have them any time I want! Great video Dani!

  14. I never thought I’d be saying this, but I find myself being able to calmly sit down and do something else when I’m not hungry, and not immediately reach for the kitchen. This is a big step in my progress because despite how full I am, I am a habitual snacker, and will constantly go in and out of the kitchen even when I DO NOT want food. I am not perfect at it yet, but I find it so much easier to just not go eat the food.
    I do find that I think about food still very often, but I do not act on my desires when I establish that they are not true hunger, which I am so happy about.

  15. Amber Lopez // 10th July 2018 at 9:09 pm // Reply

    Great advice but a lot of ppl have a problem with having it in the house.. if I have chocolate in the house I’ll eat it! Not only one square ill have 5… then the next day I know it’s still there so I’ll have 5 more! Not having it in the house at all helps me with weight loss.. if I really want some I can go out to buy a little bar and eating it instead of keeping it in the house and eating it until its gone.. chocolate is my happy place , so I need to be careful and not have it handy at any given time bc I’ll b think about it until its gone!!!

  16. Jillian camaro // 10th July 2018 at 9:37 pm // Reply

    If I eat slow, I don’t enjoy my food.

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