Whether we’re aware of it or not, we all have a relationship to and with food.
Food is a language, a form of expression, it is utilitarian, medicinal and life giving. In many cultures across the world it is also associated with celebration, comfort, nourishment and support.
But sometimes all that gets lost in the background by diet culture where certain foods are seen a “good for you” or “bad for you”.
In today’s conversation my guest Laura Iu, an anti-diet dietician explores our relationship with food and how it’s been influenced by diet culture. From myths like how weight loss does not equal health to intuitive eating and how to honour what our bodies need.
This is a conversation you don’t want to miss!
Laura Iu, RD, CDN, CNSC, RYT, is a anti-diet dietitian, certified intuitive eating counselor, Strala yoga guide and owner of Laura Iu Nutrition, a private practice in New York City where she helps people learn how to eat intuitively & live life with more balance and ease. Her mission is to help people ditch the diet and nourish a positive relationship with their mind, body and food. She believes that true health is all encompassing — physical, emotional and mental wellbeing — not an external measure via shape or size.
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Dec 8, 2021