Having these unattainable standards sets you up time and time again to feel like a failure and that your goals are unachievable.
It does not view dieting, energy restriction, being told what to eat or when to eat, following rules or placing judgement on food choices. The goal is to eliminate dieting practices and replace them with a holistic approach. The Non-Diet approach embraces emotional and physical health. The Approach focuses on improving health and behaviours that affect our overall health, fitness and wellbeing. We learn to enhance the skills that respond to internal eating cues, develop self-care and have a non-judgemental attitude towards ourselves and food.
Whenever we restrict ourselves, keep foods off-limits and out of the house, or look at certain foods as “good” or “bad”, we end up going overboard or have a hard time saying no whenever we are confronted with these foods. Restriction and deprivation breed guilt, which eventually leads to overeating or binging. Whenever you limit the amount or type of food you eat, you’re setting yourself up to overeat in the future. This is why one of the main principles of intuitive eating is to make peace with food.
How many times have you attempted to do positive things for yourself and found you don’t have time or don’t have the energy to devote to yourself.
When we eat when feeling certain emotions, we can replace the emotional void and create a false sense of comfort. The key area of concern is not feeling powerless over emotional eating, it’s feeling powerless over your emotions.
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