We've all been there. We snag a donut that's sitting in the breakroom or grab a slice of pizza simply because we're craving it. But then there's the guilty thoughts that trickle in after. Why did I eat that? I shouldn't have eaten that. I have to be stronger next time.
It's time to reject that mentality and the diet culture that surrounds us and finally enjoy food.
Novant Health registered dietitian Jennifer Anderson Logan sits down to discuss how diets set people up for failure and why intuitive eating is the "anti-diet" that works. Listen to learn why you should try intuitive eating and how it's helping to lower body mass index (BMI) and improve self-esteem.