REPLAY: The Psychology of Intuitive Eating with Elyse Resch MS CEDRD-S


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REPLAY: A favorite episode from this year, The psychology of intuitive eating with Elyse Resch MS RDN CEDRD-S.

Intuitive Eating Series Intro! Elyse Resch, MS CEDRD-S, is one of the co-authors of the book, Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Anti-Diet Approach. This is the 4th edition of the book, co-written with registered dietitian Evelyn Tribole. This non-diet approach to nutrition therapy and counseling has changed the way many dietitians practice now, giving us a language for effective nutrition work that provides an antidote to diet culture.

In this episode—an intro to the NEW RD Real Talk Intuitive Eating podcast series!—Elyse provides us with a foundation for the psychology of the Intuitive Eating approach. We review the "three brains" and how they all impact our behaviors, and survival instincts. And of course, she shares some real talk about how the approach has evolved over the years.

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