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Resource Sharing {healthy advice for healthy dieting}

Posted Mar 23 2013 5:03am

After a busy first week of this semester and without a lot of food pictures or recipes to share, I thought it would be the best opportunity to give you a great bunch of resources which I use to get healthy, sensible advice regarding my eating. (I already linked up some resources for advice on intuitive eating here – if you are searching for them.)  eatfood

You can call it my bible when it comes to healthy, mindful eating. It isn’t a free resource, so if you do not want to spend money on the book, you can google a lot of Michael Pollans advice or check your local library for the book.

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I had a big smile on my face when I stumbled over this tumblr note yesterday. Seriously it is kind of that easy and no matter how many words you spend giving diet advice – those few words pretty much sum it up. Thanks to Chelsea for that!

Caro is such a great person. She found her eating balance and started losing weight naturally. Her tumblr is also worth a visit.

Kris Carr’s advice on   Meal Planning

Though I am not eating vegan anymore, I still love to follow Kris Carr’s blog and have her cookbook in my shelf. Recently she shared a post on Meal Planning and I thought it might be useful to all of you who have a busy schedule and still want to eat healthily.

If you are an emotional eater and want to get back in touch with your bodies need of food this is a great source to start. Sarah offers a psychological approach and in my opinion every person who struggles with weight loss should start dealing with the struggles within first.

Hungry-for-Change

Hungry for Change the Movie (it is screened for free 21st – 31st March 2013)

The last resource for today is one of the finest eating documentaries out there. I actually decided to make this post because it is screened free for one more week and you should use the opportunity and watch it. You probably recognize a few of the people talking: Kris Carr (my health guru, mentioned above), Jon Gabriel who developed a method of losing weight without dieting or Joe Cross with his amazing, entertaining documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead .

I hope you find something useful to you and I would love you to share some of your favorite resources when it comes to healthy, mindful diet advice!


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