Have you ever heard of the hunger-fullness scale? If not, it’s a linear measure with tic marks ranging from 0 to 10 where 0 is famished and 10 is stuffed silly. Nutrition professionals encourage folks to start eating at a 3 or 4 of hunger level and stop eating around a 7 or 8. “It’s … More It’s Okay to Feel Full
When I tell new people that I’m a non-diet, HAES practitioner, I often get the question of, “So, are you saying that eating Big Macs and super-size french fries every day is healthy?” No. Of course not. But the foods we choose to eat are usually a symptom of a bigger problem. Sure, poor nutrition … More How Do You Get Someone to Eat Differently Without Putting Them on a Diet?