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SE1-Ep6: Intuitive Eating with Sinead Crowe

by | Oct 19, 2023 | Podcast | 0 comments

In This Episode of the Joyful Nourishment Podcast I am having a conversation about Intuitive Eating with the fabulous Sinead Crowe from @intutive.eating.irealand

Sinead is an Intuitive Eating Counsellor, a Nutritional Therapist and a Perinatal Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist. She is also the mother of 4 children.

In this podcast episode about Intutive Eating we explore:

  • Sinead’s own dieting journey
  • How she found Intuitive Eating
  • How moving away from dieting towards non-diet weight inclusive practice has both changed her own relationship with food after more than 20 years of binge eating and yo-yo dieting
  • Why she is now so passionate about spreading the word.

If you are new to non-diet practices and are curious about what Intuitive Eating is, and what it isn’t and how to move forward if you think this might be for you, then this week’s episode is for you.

I am so grateful to Sinead and the advocacy work she has done in the past 4 years for highlighting the concept and framework of Intuitive Eating in particular but also non-diet approaches to health in general.

You can find Sinead here:

IG: @intutive.eating.ireland

www.intuitiveeatinghub.com

If you are looking for some 1:1 support with nutrition counselling go here. Or join my Newletter & Substack community.

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Hey there, I´m Linn

This is my little corner of the internet where I share things related to our complex relationship with food, eating and our bodies.

I believe that eating ought to be nourishing and joyful instead of filled with fear, guilt and shame.

Your body, and all of you, is worthy of care and  food or eating should never need to be earned or justified.