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  1. April 4, 2017

    I love these tips. In a past life, I was a nutrition consultant, helping women lose weight. I rehashed my practice five years ago to focus on self-love and creative expression because I realized that my clients with a steady creative practice did better than those who just tried to “will-power” their way to healthy eating.

    Try this out: if you feel like “cheating” or binging (or purging, for that matter) dive into your favorite creative outlet for just a second. Sit down and write a few lines of poetry, or do a row of knitting, or take a few candid portraits on the street. Creativity works like a spark, reigniting your true desires and washing away the momentary urge to treat yourself poorly.

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  2. April 17, 2017

    Love all these tips, too! I also think sometimes we are too generous with ourselves – I know a lot of the time, I don’t realize how much tiny little snacks add up through the day. Being really mindful every time you eat is super important for my weight loss.

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  3. April 19, 2017
    Audrey says

    This is really helpful! I completely agree about ditching the scale, it helps much more with intuitive eating.

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  4. June 25, 2018

    Eating should not be a pain in the ass. We should actually embrace it and partner it with exercise to be more effective. Food is actually 70% that composes the body, so when we want to lose weight is not just more on exercise but also we need a balanced diet and also have a healthy lifestyle

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