Mar 25, 2019
Fellow author and podcaster Caroline Dooner returns! We discuss her new book, The "F" It Diet: Eating Should Be Easy, why mental deprivation is just as much of a problem as physical deprivation, why people often treat intuitive eating as another diet (and why it's not), the essential role of rest in healing our relationship with movement, why focusing on fullness can be problematic, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about whether a certain model of treatment for binge-eating disorder is actually making the problem worse.
Caroline is the creator of The "F" It Diet, where she teaches chronic dieters how to heal their relationship with food and weight. Caroline recently released her first book, The "F" It Diet: Eating Should Be Easy. Find her online right here.
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