If you have undergone bariatric surgery and are looking to heal your relationship with food, this course will walk you through some of the basics to get you started.
Despite the message we are bombarded with daily from every direction, happiness and health are not guaranteed with weight loss. In fact, when we try to control our body and our food, we end up worrying more!
If you have undergone bariatric surgery and are searching for support to make your relationship with food and body less complicated, intuitive eating can be a great help. This mini course will introduce you to the concept of intuitive eating and how it can be the support you need.
I will walk you through a few of the principles of intuitive eating that can help to guide your eating to be more peaceful and more in line with your mental and physical needs.
-access to a set of videos that are narrated by Lisa Rutledge, RD with accompanying sides depicting what she is talking about. In total, there are 85 minutes of videos outlining how intuitive eating can help you make peace with food after bariatric surgery.
-a pdf copy of the slides Lisa presents in the videos.
-the ability to comment and ask questions to Lisa, directly on the course platform.
- concrete activities to help you become a more intuitive eater, ditch dieting and make peace with food and your body.
-a space free of diet talk, body or food shaming and encouragement for body acceptance.
For a preview of the course topics, scroll down to view the curriculum.
|Welcome Preamble and Agenda||Preview|
|Why should we consider this approach? Plus the myths we've been told about weight and health|
|The problems with a weight focused approach for health and how intuitive eating can can help you post bariatric surgery|
|What is Intuitive Eating and the specific post surgery problems with which it can help|
|Activities to explore diet mentality|
|Honoring Your Hunger|
|More on Honoring your hunger|
|How to Honor Your Hunger|
|Make Peace with Food|
|Deprivation Backlash and Helpful Questions to tap into what you really want and need|
|How to Make Peace with Food|
|Respecting Your Fullness|
|Coping With Your Feelings Without Using Food|
|Setting Yourself up for Success and Resources|