Ep. 126 - How To Just Eat It: Chapter 6 - Letting go of food rules
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Welcome to this special series of Don’t Salt My Game celebrating the release of my new book How to Just Eat It. For the next several weeks, I’ll be posting two new episodes of the podcast (Tuesdays and Fridays) that correspond with a chapter of the book to help you take your learning further and deepen your intuitive eating practice. How To Just Eat It is out now! Episode 7 of this series will drop on Tuesday 26th Jan!

In today’s episode I’m talking to Dalina Soto, a Registered Dietitian who specialises in intuitive eating and helping people break free from chronic dieting and food rules. In this episode we’re talking about fears people have when they embark on intuitive eating and letting go of food rules, plus unpacking some of the most common food rules we hear in our nutrition practices.  

 

In this episode we talk about:

 

Common fears people have about Intuitive Eating like:

  • “I’ll never stop eating! )
  • “What if I gain weight” 
  • “I can’t control myself”
  • “I will only eat unhealthy foods”

And how we can work through them.

Plus we unpack common food rules people have like:

  • Not allowed to eat anything that isn’t ‘clean’
  • Can’t eat more than one type of carb in a meal
  • I can’t have a snack unless I workout
  • No food after X time at night 
  • Can’t have dessert in the house 

Plus Dalina’s best advice for people who are struggling to let go of food rules

Finally catch another definition for your glossary on page 35/36 of HTJEI - this time from Steph Yeboah 

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Edited by Bea Duncan - @beaduncan_

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How to Love Your Body
How to Love Your Body
The Body Love Society
Ep 147 – But what if losing weight would help my knee pain/ blood work?
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19 min
The Love Food Podcast
The Love Food Podcast
Julie Duffy Dillon RDN
(237) I feel addicted to food while trying to recover with intuitive eating and making peace with food.
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Listen To Your Body Podcast
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Steph Gaudreau
Hungry For Change: When Too Much Info Is Too Much
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Going for Goal
Women's Health UK
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32 min
Going Beyond the Food: Diet Culture, Intuitive Eating, Body Acceptance, Mindset and Anti-Diet Podcast
Going Beyond the Food: Diet Culture, Intuitive Eating, Body Acceptance, Mindset and Anti-Diet Podcast
Stephanie Dodier Clinical Nutritionist CNP
275-Gentle Nutrition with Rachael Hartley
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43 min
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
Tabitha Farrar
Thanks for Listening!
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7 min
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
Dr. Janean Anderson
Episode 67: Food - Beyond Diet Cultures Perspective
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27 min
Desert Island Dishes
Desert Island Dishes
Margie Nomura
Rukmini Iyer: Author of The Roasting Tin cookbooks and food stylist
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The ChickPeeps Vegan Podcast
The ChickPeeps Vegan Podcast
Evanna Lynch
S3, Ep20: Anti-Poaching & Female Empowerment, with Damien Mander, the Vegan Ranger
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49 min
Well Far: The Running Podcast
Well Far: The Running Podcast
Mags Creative + Amy Lane
Suzanne Shaw on How Running Helped Her Overhaul Body & Mind
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