The concept was developed by Americans Evelyne Tribole, a registered dietician based in the US, and Elise Tesch, an eating disorder therapist. Their goal was to advocate for a healthy relationship with food. Supported by scientific research, the intuitive eating method has ten basic principles:
Source: Karine Gravel, RD
For some, intuitive or conscious eating might seem like a difficult or even impossible task. These principles go against many popular diets and weight loss plans. A nutritionist can help you start intuitive eating, one principle at a time.
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