This spring, join, Elizabeth Beil Nutrition, on a journey to break up with your diet and to help cultivate a healthy and satisfying relationship with food.
Hunger can be so much more than our stomachs growling. Our body can send us different signals for hunger such as: headache, irritability, nausea, loss of concentration, our throats have a gnawing feeling, light-headedness, decrease in energy, etc. These hunger cues can also be different at times, maybe at snack-time we are having a decrease in energy, and maybe for dinner we experience our stomach growling. Then there is the potential that this could flip flop the next day!
I personally love to establish goals and I find this to be a vital part of my business and my personal life. When I first started to write goals I would right down a few thoughts I had for the day or the week but many times I wasn’t able to accomplish them. This wasn’t because I wasn’t working hard enough at them, it was that I had made them too unattainable for that time period, or I had made them vague.
Mindful and Intuitive eating are two terms that have recently grown in popularity. They are both used by many non-diet dietitians and therefore, are usually perceived as interchangeable terms. So, what’s the difference between the two?