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Fit Summer week two: Give yourself unconditional permission to eat

Undo the damage wreaked by yo-yo dieting by embracing the principles of intuitive eating

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Dietitian Orla Walsh. Photo: Gerry Mooney.

Dietitian Orla Walsh. Photo: Gerry Mooney.

Orla Walsh believes we should be challenging food rules

Orla Walsh believes we should be challenging food rules

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Dietitian Orla Walsh. Photo: Gerry Mooney.

How much should we really be eating? Should we snack? We live in a world that tells us our body is wrong and we don’t know how to feed it. This couldn’t be further from the truth. We’re born knowing how much fuel our body needs. If we trust our body, experience and knowledge we can make choices around food that feel good.

Making decisions around food can be done without judgment and without diet culture influence. You may have lost your food freedom but intuitive eating can help you learn to reclaim it. Time to start filtering out the noise! Here are the 10 principles of intuitive eating to help guide you.

1. Turn your back on diets and diet culture


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