There is no question about it: we are living in the most confusing time for nutrition, health, and what it takes to feel our best. While diet culture has negatively affected most of us and taken us away from trusting our bodies, anti-diet culture has left many feeling shameful about wanting to lose weight or create structure with eating.
Lisa Moskovitz, a “diet neutral” dietitian, believes weight loss diets can be helpful for some and harmful for others. As the CEO of NY Nutrition Group and the author of The Core 3 Healthy Eating Plan: Discover the Simple, Sustainable Way to Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Enjoy Food Freedom, Lisa helps people quiet the noise and personalize nutrition for long term success.
With her straightforward approach, Lisa is on a mission to bridge the gap between diet culture and anti-diet culture and teach others to turn down the volume of all the external messages. She shares how to realistically improve your habits and feel better in your body while being kind to yourself through the process.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why diets inherently fail and what to do instead
- The misconceptions about intuitive eating
- Ways clean eating and food rules can lead to disordered eating
- How we can objectively evaluate our own relationship with food
- The four major eating archetypes and how to identify your own
- The biggest tip to help you make peace with food and your body
You’ll feel inspired to create a realistic mindset around body image and food that works for you!
The Core 3 Healthy Eating Plan: Discover the Simple, Sustainable Way to Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Enjoy Food Freedom
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