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Rachelle Feintuch-Heinemannoffline

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  • I practice from an intuitive eating/HAES (Health At Every Size) perspective, which makes the whole idea of deliberate weight loss for the sake of being thin the issue in and of itself. When we tell ourselves we aren’t good enough and need to diet, all food becomes a lot more enticing as it is on the “do not eat” list. I understand the idea of…Read More

  • In Pursuit of Thinness: It’s Not About the Food

    Adele recently went for lunch with some friends and all they could talk about were diets they were starting tomorrow, diets that started last week, and all the weight that needed to be lost. This was after the party…

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    • Thank you for sharing this, this is such an important message! While there’s nothing inherently wrong with dieting or trying to lose weight, it’s easy to get consumed with this idea until it’s all we can think about. When we get to a point where it gives us anxiety, stress, or is making us feel bad about our bodies, this is a clear indication that it’s been taken too far. Thank you for pointing this out

      • This is such a great article! I definitely! There’s so much anxiety and fear around food these days.
        I like the pointers you put by the Clues. I think it’s so important that we ask ourselves if we’re eating out of hunger of if the food is to calm us. Getting to know what emotions we’re feeling and why can help. (Those it’s MUCH easier said than done).

    • This is such a great article! I definitely! There’s so much anxiety and fear around food these days.
      I like the pointers you put by the Clues. I think it’s so important that we ask ourselves if we’re eating out of hunger of if the food is to calm us. Getting to know what emotions we’re feeling and why can help. (Those it’s MUCH easier said than done).

    • Great article and thank you for bringing this awareness. People need to know there is something beneath the dieting and food obsession that many people struggle with today. It’s more than just a desire to lose weight or be healthy. I especially enjoyed that “Its more than just the food” piece.

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