Want to start making peace with food and learning to trust your body? This 5-day mini course will help you take the first steps on that transformative journey.
The course offers daily practices, guidance, and inspiration to help you get started on the road to intuitive eating. You'll learn:
- How to recognize and fight back against the diet mentality
- How to use self-compassion as one of the most powerful tools in your food-peace process
- How to start untangling your self-worth from weight and food
- How to use intuitive eating to support your mental and physical health
- How to overcome some of the most common roadblocks to intuitive eating
- And more!
You'll have 31 days to access all the materials, so you can circle back a few times even after the 5 days of the mini course are over.
The Taste of Intuitive Eating mini course provides an introduction to several of the intuitive eating principles covered in my 13-week online course, Intuitive Eating Fundamentals, and can be taken prior to that course or on its own. Students in the mini course will also get the option to continue on to the full course at a special savings.
Best of all, the mini course is appropriate even for people with active eating disorders, who can use it alongside their existing recovery meal plan.
I'm a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified intuitive eating counselor in private practice, specializing in Health at Every Size, eating disorder recovery, and (of course) intuitive eating. I'm also a journalist and podcaster with more than 14 years of experience in food and nutrition media.
I have a deep connection to this work because a decade ago, I struggled with my own food issues. My path eventually led me into graduate school at NYU to study nutrition, and it was there that I stumbled upon intuitive eating, which was the final turning point in my relationship with food. I learned to trust my body, honor its needs, and nourish it well—and I experienced a sense of peace I'd never known when I was obsessing about food.
Now I'm so grateful to be able to help others who are on the same journey to freedom.