Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist Rebecca Scritchfield shares insights from her new book Body Kindness, a guidebook that will help you get off the dieting bandwagon and onto a kinder and more sustainable path to healthy eating.
Rebecca Scritchfield is a registered dietitian nutritionist in Washington DC. She reaches millions through her appearances on national television, newspapers and magazines, and blogs for US News and World Report. Her new book, Body Kindness, is the distillation of the approach she has developed and refined working with hundreds of private clients.
In this interview, Rebecca shares her unique approach to developing the healthy attitudes and behaviors that effortlessly lead to healthier diets and bodies—without beating ourselves up or denying ourselves the things we love. In fact, Rebecca might argue that if your diet doesn't include things you love, it can't be considered healthy.
You'll also learn:
- The only three nutrition rules you need to follow
- How to avoid the "compare and despair" trap
- Why striving for the "perfect" diet is a waste of energy
- How to create an upward spiral of health
- The problem with "clean" eating
- The argument for throwing away your fitness tracker
- How to end the struggle and find freedom with food
For more information on Body Kindness and to access your free Health and Happiness journal , visit Rebecca's website: BodyKindnessBook.com
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