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Why Do I Still Want Food?

Okay, so you’ve tried eating without distractions and pacing yourself. You even went to your three trusted go-tos, but you still want to keep eating and you don’t know why.... read more →

Practice with Fullness

There’s lots of material out there on mindful eating. I call it “being with your food” and only your food. If you’ve never eaten without any other distractions, all by... read more →

Exploring Emotions

Can you dive deeper to explore more emotions that might be occurring when you want to eat, but are not physically hungry? In your exploration you might discover times when... read more →

Practice Emotions

As we discussed in the BURN section, sometimes the emotions that hit you in your core can make it very, very difficult to detect what’s really going on. Identifying feelings... read more →

Responding to Hunger

So you've determined that you're physically hungry...now what? If you are in the habit of planning out times to eat and eating on a schedule, you are in a sense... read more →

This Could Be You

After having kids my body changed; my mental health changed. I found myself exhausted in a way I didn’t know and fulfilled in a way I didn’t know. In an... read more →

Still Practicing Hunger

Hunger and fullness exist on a continuum…the one end being completely empty, absolutely starving, the other end being completely full, overflowing. If you’re trying to identify your hunger and fullness... read more →

Practice Hunger

Wouldn’t it be great if your stomach was equipped with a visual gauge, similar to the gas gauge in your car? That way your body would tell you exactly how... read more →

Become

Not having an endpoint can make it hard to understand this process; there’s no destination except that you learn how to aptly eat for hunger and fullness and balance your... read more →

This Could Be You

"I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) in my early twenties. Although I did not experience many of the extreme weight loss/gain issues that other PCOS people experience, my... read more →