Intuitive eating doesn’t mean we never question what, when, or how much we put in our mouths. Rather, it helps us ask the right questions so that we don’t end up over-thinking food. Before I became an intuitive eater, I’d find myself constantly researching the perfect weight-loss diet, experimenting with new food rules, and worrying … More 10 Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Relationship With Food
The messages we hear in our culture very much attribute health problems to weight gain. Conversations about chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease are very weight-focused, with weight loss often being the only “lifestyle recommendation” given by healthcare providers to those looking to avoid medications. But weight loss recommendations don’t always translate to improved … More The Truth About Weight and Health
My husband and I were driving through Virginia a few weeks ago, and we stopped for a coffee break along the way. The coffee shop we went to also had a list of their ice cream flavors, one of which was named “Just Ask.” So, we asked…and we found out that it was white chocolate … More Flexible Eating, Flexible Life
For many of us, thoughts about food and eating continue long after dinner. In some ways, we are taught as women to be afraid of food, believing it to be far more powerful over our lives than it truly is. We are taught to fear that certain ingredients or meal choices will cause us to … More Exciting News – Devotional Coming Soon!
Lately, my right ankle has been giving me a little trouble. It’s been somewhat “clicky” joint for pretty much my whole life, but in the past few weeks, one of my tendons has felt like it’s catching, and it’s pretty painful. I mostly only notice it when I bend my ankle as far as it … More If It Hurts, Don’t Do It