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Why Intuitive Eating Can Feel Hard (In The Beginning)

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Learn why intuitive eating can feel hard at the beginning and the two steps that you must do to make it feel easier.
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30 Comments on Why Intuitive Eating Can Feel Hard (In The Beginning)

  1. Diane Diehl // 15th May 2018 at 3:19 pm // Reply

    So true – I found I do that – tend to eat less and want plant based foods – veggies etc…

  2. Clean & Delicious // 15th May 2018 at 3:21 pm // Reply

    Hello my friends!! This week I am chatting about intuitive eating and why it can feel hard to do at the beginning. I would love to hear your thoughts and experiences down in the comments below. And of course, feel free to leave any questions or requests as well. xo – Dani

  3. Lauren McGaughey // 15th May 2018 at 3:49 pm // Reply

    Wow Dani, a very good video, and what an Awesome topic. Thanks for doing this. You made many good and valid points in this.
    Good Job and Well Done! Hope You have a great day and much Love and Blessings to You Dani

  4. Ashton White // 15th May 2018 at 4:17 pm // Reply

    Thanks Dani, I really needed this right now as I’ve become really miserable because of my diet and the restrictions I’ve set on myself. This sounds really logical and has motivated me to fix the troublesome mentality I had towards eating. What advice do you have for someone who wants to eat healthily without feeling restricted?

  5. Great Vid!!!! Yes pls more on this topic. I want to get off of this roller coaster . UGH

  6. This video was so helpful!❤️
    Thank you Dani, by the way you look so gorgeous in this video!

  7. Nick Dudesville // 15th May 2018 at 5:01 pm // Reply

    my intuition tells me to pizza and Cheetos and coka-cola. i have to fight my intuition. i reject the term.

  8. Starshine Healing Songs // 15th May 2018 at 5:04 pm // Reply

    Love this and it really lines up for me! There was a time when I was trying to do whole 30 and I was just MISERABLE. Someone in my life who is very intuitive suggest I add in just a few carbs (rice and honey) and suddenly I felt incredible again. I love the ability to change a diet to suit me – I don’t do well with strict rules anyway!!

    • Clean & Delicious // 15th May 2018 at 5:28 pm // Reply

      Love what you said here!! Makes perfect sense. I don’t do well with strict rules either #rebelsatheart

  9. Shoshi Friedman // 15th May 2018 at 5:05 pm // Reply

    This reminds me of the book ‘When women stop hating their bodies’. Similar ideas of accepting your body where it is and then making food choices according to intuition, rather than feelings or thoughts… Love your channel as always. Keep up the great work!

  10. This feels really important. I think most of us have forgotten to simply listen to our body and eat when we are hungry. We are conditioned to eat at certain times and ‘finish your plate’. If we could eat when hungry and stop when satiated, that seems like the healthiest way (both physically and mentally).

  11. Kathy Forgues // 15th May 2018 at 5:21 pm // Reply

    I’ve always wondered about this idea. Am going to try it, it makes more sense than depriving ourselves!

  12. Catherine3385 // 15th May 2018 at 6:00 pm // Reply

    I think intermittent fasting has helped me with intuitive eating

  13. Michelle Ryan // 15th May 2018 at 6:06 pm // Reply

    Thank you so much for this video and the book recommendation. I’ve been wanting to start with intuitive eating and getting healthier but it’s hard to know where to start. It’s also hard distinguishing between, “am I really hungry or is my body just used to eating at this time and do I really need this much or am I just used to a large helping?” Thank you so much for the information and suggestions.

  14. Lisa Mbarak // 15th May 2018 at 7:53 pm // Reply

    Oh I don’t even know why this is the one thing that is the hardest of my life. I have tried so many diets and it’s true when I want to try intuitive eating it seems I get scared or feel out of control and run directly back to bad dieting, not even just dieting, but to really bad dieting. It’s ridiculous! I suppose the self-discipline would be much easier if my means of getting decent and cheap food was easier. We are living on a really tight budget and my husband always wants to cut the food budget first. So I tend to want to buy cheap processed food. The constant struggle is so real. I always appreciate your chats.

  15. Brenda Skaggs // 15th May 2018 at 8:48 pm // Reply

    Love this topic. I just realized I have been slowly moving toward this. But, I would like more chatting about this!

  16. barb hambly // 15th May 2018 at 9:34 pm // Reply

    OMG maybe intuitive eating will me with my gluten free diet. hopefully. thx for the info.

  17. barb hambly // 15th May 2018 at 9:35 pm // Reply

    I wish you lived next door to me, for help. lol

  18. Allison VonBlon // 15th May 2018 at 10:48 pm // Reply

    my dietician recommended this book and she’s reading it with me. I’m on chapter 7. I really like this concept and your video was really informative on this way of thinking. more on this subject would be awesome.

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