Intentional eating is not a new concept or topic of conversation around here.

In fact, it’s pretty much all we talk about 🙂

Why? Because even though it’s not anything new, it’s incredibly beneficial.

Intentional Eating – So Beneficial

When we’re coming out of diet culture, rewriting old patterns and beliefs, our eating must be intentional without becoming obsessive.

Being intentional with your food can look like many different things.

I know for myself, I am a happier and easier person to be around when I am well fed. I have greater capacity for other people and things because my body isn’t wondering when it’s going to be fed next.

This all begins with groundedness. We must be grounded in the here and now in order to pursue other layers of wholeness.

Check out the video below to dive deeper into this topic.

Main takeaways :

  1. If you’re not sure what’s going on with your health, take a look at your food.
  2. Getting your needs met is appropriate, needed and deserved.
  3. You are a trustworthy caregiver of yourself and body.

Barriers to Intentional Eating

If you’re not satisfied with your food, be curious.

Are there barriers that may be keeping you from the wholeness and freedom you’re after?

Some barriers to intentional eating may be :

  1. The speed of our lives overrides getting our needs met.
  2. All or nothing thinking
  3. The bridge from where you’re at to where you want to go is too big
  4. Simply not taking the time to assess your needs, etc.

Go deeper into this topic in the video below.

If you would like help on your journey, we are here for you.

There are several ways to receive care from the Tracy Brown team
1. One-on-one care (initiated through a free consultation call)
2. Peaceful Eating Community
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