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  • By: Kirstin Engelmann
  • Narrated by: Catherine O'Connor
  • Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Intuitive Eating: A Beginner’s Guide to the Most Incredible Joyous Anti-Diet Programme

By: Kirstin Engelmann
Narrated by: Catherine O'Connor
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Summary

To say the truth, we have all been there at a point in time, angry with ourselves for lacking the willpower over diet, and also for overeating. But the problem is not us; it is that dieting has stopped us from paying attention to our body as a result of its emphasis on rules and guidelines.

This book, Intuitive Eating, will teach you:

  • What intuitive eating is
  • History of intuitive eating
  • Science behind intuitive eating
  • Basic principles of intuitive eating
  • Benefits of intuitive eating
  • How to Plan Intuitive Eating
  • Mindful eating
  • Differences between mindful and intuitive eating
  • How to raise an intuitive eater
  • How to practice intuitive movement

And much more...

This revised edition features improvements and extensions throughout the chapters that help listeners to incorporate intuitive nutrition into their day-to-day lives even more fully.

©2019 Kirstin Engelmann (P)2020 Kirstin Engelmann

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It is one of the best audible!

This audio book has been on my list for forever and I just finished it yesterday. It's been extremely helpful in getting me started on the path of normal, intuitive eating again. Very grateful.

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Extremely helpful

I've spent my life on one diet after another, and they never did anything but make me feel crazy around food and put on even more weight. This book truly is the something that everyone who's struggling with food and eating issues should read. It's a very common sense book with great information as to why exactly diets won't work. It's very easy to understand and has great suggestions for making peace with food!

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  • Kevin Fleming
  • 27-03-20

Amazing book

This is a amazing audiobook. This book will teach you What intuitive eating is, History of intuitive eating, Science behind intuitive eating, Basic principles of intuitive eating, Benefits of intuitive eating, How to Plan Intuitive Eating, Mindful eating and more. Overall great book. I highly recommended this book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 27-08-20

Narration was messy. Sentences cut short.

Basic info but narration pauses threw the story off. I'm not sure if she skipped pages or really just started a new sentence abruptly (without finishing the first one).

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  • J Mc
  • 25-09-20

Only finished to determine if narrator was drunk

I kinda want Catherine O'Connor to orate my funeral. Her part monotone, part vocal fry, disinterested voice and her random starts and stops give the listener the impression that there's so much more bubbling under the surface. I kept imagining the possible scene in her apartment as she recorded this audio book. Her hair, a haphazard emotional gauge, part despondent bun, part shriek of mania. The bottles of decent but affordable Chardonnay powering her through to that deadline. Her voice sounds like my life has felt at times, a witches brew of emotion that has been watered down by life's disappointments but still contains a splash of sporadic potency.

The book itself is fine. It seems I'm already somewhat of an intuitive eater so I didn't gain much information I didn't already know. But it's always nice to be reminded that obsessing over body image and diet is a waste of precious life.

Not even close to the biggest waste of time I've exposed myself to (I've read every Twilight book). And ultimately worth it to laugh, feel concern and attempt to google search the quixotic Catherine O'Connor. I raise a Chardonnay bottle in your honor, gurl, cuz in 2020, who needs a glass.