Body Kindness Transform your health from the inside out and never say diet again Read & Download È 104

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Le and communities that help you create a meaningful lifeWith mind and body exercises to keep your energy spiraling up and prompts to help you identify what YOU really want and care about Body Kindness helps you let go of things you can't control and embrace the things you can by finding the workable daily steps that fit you best Think of it as the anti diet book that leads to a joyful and meaningful life. While I appreciate her content the formatting of this book drove me batty It read like a 288 page blog post Too many bulleted lists pastel infographics and sidebars

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Body Kindness Transform your health from the inside out—and never say diet againFreedom from DietsImagine a graph with two lines One indicates happiness the other tracks how you feel about your body If you’re like millions of people the lines do not intersect But what if they didThis practical inspirational and visually lively book shows you how to create a healthier and happier life by treating yourself with compassion rather than shame It shows the way to a sense of well being at. The first two chapters were exactly what I needed to hear at this moment I think the biggest take away is Everyone has a gut instinct for how to be kind to their body Ohyou don't Oh well don't beat yourself up about it Another one is that emotional health is an eual part of the health euation not just physical health And that physical health has NOTHING to do with cellulite thick limbs or body shapes So let's all be kind to our bodies ehUPDATEAs I continued to try and read further in this book I noticed that Rebecca writes conflicting messages On the one hand she tells you not to follow any food rules or to label foods as good or bad but then she talks about plating your portions so that 12 your plate is vegetables But you can also eat whatever you want But vegetables are good for you and you need to eat a lot of them But really eat what you want Isn't this no dieting fun For me this is confusing and even triggering I would find myself nodding along and then doubt that it really is okay to eat I what I want I think there are books that may be true to the Never say diet again approach than this one Intuitive Eating for example

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Body Kindness Transform your health from the inside out—and never say diet again Read & Download È 104 ë Freedom from DietsImagine a graph with two lines One indicates happiness the other tracks how you feel about your body If you’re like millions of people the lines do notTained by understanding how to love connect and care for yourself and that includes your mind as well as your bodyBody Kindness is based on four principlesWHAT YOU DO the choices you make about food exercise sleep and HOW YOU FEEL befriending your emotions and standing up to the unhelpful voice in your headWHO YOU ARE goal setting based on your personal valuesWHERE YOU BELONG body loving support from peop. Scritchfield says body kindness is a self care mindset based on the belief that health begins by being good to yourself 2 This book is not a diet book She says diets failThis book has a ton of information regarding personal health including food sleep exercise and relationships The idea is to give us the information we need to make choices that improve our health without the goal of weight lossIt took me a while to accept what Scritchfield writes It goes against so much of what we have been told to believe about ourselves For example she writes “Breaking news You can be fit and fat Inactivity not fatness is linked to mortality and heart disease” 70 We have to let go of the idea that we are trying to manipulate our weight In fact she tells us to get rid of our scalesScritchfield has much information to help us make healthful choices She covers just about everything from food to stress to relationships to goal setting and much She asks us to put self care at the top of our listShe recommends keeping a journal to help work through her book There are many prompts she gives to help us think through what we do and why She really advocates activity She helps us get good and adeuate sleep Her section on emotions was greatI recommend this book to people who are looking for how to develop a mindset that helps make choices based on goals developed from our values Scritchfield helps us reveal our values and then walks us through creating the life we want It's all in the bookI received a complimentary egalley of this book from the publisher My comments are an independent and honest review