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If you have been a long-time reader of this website, you may have noticed that I’ve been going through a bit of transformation over the last couple of years. I started to feel very strongly called to become a health coach. While I absolutely LOVE creating recipes and sharing real food info with you guys, my heart was yearning for something deeper and more heart-centered.
Over the last year, I have worked hard to get my certifications in nutritional therapy and mind-body nutrition. During my training (and through my own health journey), I fell in love with the concept of intuitive eating. It was exactly what I needed in my own process of making peace with food and body and really transformed the way that I approached food, health, and my life.
I love intuitive eating so much that I now incorporate the concept into the work I do with every client. In my opinion, intuitive eating is the one thing that will help women finally cultivate peace with food and body, and ultimately lead to longevity and vibrant health. It is the one thing that every single person can (and should) do to help improve their health and their life. In a world with so much confusion nutrition and health chatter, it’s important to come back to the one person who knows best about your needs — YOU!
Intuitive eating is a process that helps you do that. You’ll find that while you may start off with the focus being about consuming food in a conscious and intuitive way, other areas of your life also begin to elevate in awareness and you become more intuitive with everything you do.
All that said, there is a lot of confusion when it comes to intuitive eating. That is why I have decided to write a series of posts on the subject in an effort to help you gain clarity around the concept and also share why I think this practice is so powerful when it comes to creating health and well-being.
Today I am sharing part 1 of the series, What is Intuitive Eating (and why should you care?), over on my other website. I would be honored if you’d stop by and read the full post here. And, I want to hear from you in the comments below. Please ask any questions you may have in regards to intuitive eating, health, and well-being and I will be sure to incorporate those into an upcoming post!