Since I receive so many questions about where to start for intuitive eating, the best books and resources out there, I’ve created a page for you with all of them in one place. I hope you find this helpful!
Intuitive Eating Resources and Books Intuitive Eating ( updated 4th edition) <- You MUST start here. Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch are pioneers in our day and age. The Intuitive Eating Workbook Health at Every Size Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat Just Eat It The F*ck It Diet: Eating Should Be Easy Body Image Books Body Kindness The Eating Instinct Body Respect Body Positive Power The Gifts of Imperfection The Body Project The Body Image Workbook <- Great for hands on activities Eating Disorder Books Life Without ED <– Usually the first book I recommend to my clients with previous eating disorders, or disordered eating.
Jenni Shaefer’s second book,
Goodbye ED, Hello Me, is also good. Eating in the Light of the Moon Sick Enough <– This is a new hot book written by a non-diet physician, Jennifer Gaudiani. It’s great for practitioners and very scientific. Big Girl No Period Now What <– This details hypothalamic amenorrhea, the causes, consequences, and steps to take to get your period back naturally Blog Posts 7 Reasons Diets Don’t Work Common Questions about Intuitive Eating 5 Ways to Incorporate Intuitive Eating Into Your Day Intuitive Eating is Supposed to Be Messy How to Balance Intuitive Eating and Exercise What is Normal Eating? What is Food Flexibility Why “Clean Eating” is Dangerous Coping with Diet Talk Websites Registered Dietitians for Body Confidence The Health at Every Size Community The Association for Size Diversity and Health Intuitive Eating Community Videos Why Dieting Doesn’t Work (Ted Talk) Poodle Science <– Great for body image, and HAES
Sports Nutrition Resources Nail Your Nutrition Self-Paced Endurance Fueling Course Sports Nutrition Myths Nutrition for Teenage Athletes Food Guide for Marathoners Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook Sports Nutrition Handbook Nutrition Periodization for Athletes Run Fast, Eat Slow – great whole food cookbook
Run Fast, Cook Fast, Eat Slow