2 years of Intermittent Fasting destroyed my hunger cues.
I would drown my morning hunger in coffee and collagen peptides (50 calories or less!) for such a long time that when I made the conscious decision to stop intermittent fasting, it was REALLY hard. The hardest part of becoming an intuitive eater, if I’m really being honest. Proof of the incredible stronghold diet culture had over my own intuition.
Intermittent Fasting has become a socially-accepted way to not eat when you’re hungry. The sad thing is I knew it would trigger my disordered eating, but I did it anyway. I followed the masses and let dreams of a skinnier waist overtake all my own reasonable knowledge about good health & balanced wellness.
Now when I honor my morning hunger cues and enjoy a delicious breakfast, I truly appreciate how far I’ve come in my recovery journey. It IS possible to get out of that pit of dieting. It IS possible to take back the reins of control and unshackle yourself from an industry that constantly tells you that you’re not good enough. You CAN cancel programs that insist you don’t know how to eat on your own so you should follow their rules of restriction.
The thing is, friend, YOU already have the God-given intuition to decide for yourself WHEN and WHAT you eat. Our bodies were created to be amazing! So why don’t we trust them? Diet culture.
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