When accepting your body feels impossible

Sometimes (or even often) accepting our bodies feels out of reach. This is usually because our focus has narrowed to some aspect of our bodies that is not complying with our expectations, not conforming to the patriarchal society’s requirements of female bodies, or simply causing us emotional or physical pain. In these moments, one of […]

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What has magical eating cost you personally?

One of the most eye-opening, painful, and necessary steps to getting on the Intuitive Eating path is recognizing and acknowledging the deep and meaningful costs of magical eating to your life. These costs can be monetary, yes, but perhaps more difficult to admit is how much joy, experience, pleasure, and energy have been utterly dashed […]

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Shift your allegiance from external to internal drivers of eating

  Hi there! It sounds so simple: Eat according to internal sensations. And in a way it is, but it’s definitely not easy. Especially if you are a member of this insane culture that convinces us not to trust our own bodies and instead to turn over that power to so-called experts, plans, and programs. […]

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The Eat to Love Kindle Edition is available this week for 99 cents

Hi there! I’m so happy to share that the Eat to Love Kindle Edition is available this week (March 18-22nd) for 99 cents. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can also read Eat to Love on the Kindle app with your phone or tablet: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/fd/kcp Download the Kindle ebook here: In the US, click […]

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Why mention Trump in a book about loving your body?

My stomach lurched when I realized that I had received my first 1-star Amazon review. Of course it did. What author doesn’t hope for solid 5-star ratings? And when you release a piece of yourself into the world in the form of a book, you make yourself very vulnerable and there is no way to […]

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My New Book: ‘Eat to Love’ – Looking for 100 Early Readers

To my beloved Eat to Love Community: First off, I want to thank you for being part of this group and for committing to (or at least being curious about) transforming your relationship with food and body in ways that are sane, compassionate, and sustainable. The world needs the real you – the person who […]

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