1. "What is intuitive eating? Intuitive eating also is known as normal eating, diet survival, nondieting, and the no-diet approach. 2. What are the benefits of intuitive eating?
A study conducted at Brigham Young University showed that 24 female
students following the intuitive eating plan had a reduced body mass
index (BMI), lowered triglyceride levels, increased high-density
lipoprotein (HDL) levels, and reduced overall risk for cardiovascular
disease. In addition, the plan leads to better body image and a diet
with higher nutritional quality, which has multiple health benefits. 3. What about exercise?
Exercise is strongly encouraged. It leads to a better understanding of
the mind-body connection. Do not concentrate on how many calories you
are burning. Instead, focus on how good it feels to move your body and
how the food that you ate is fueling your activity". via RD411