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5 of the best intuitive eating books

I’ve read some really great books by some incredible people. Intuitive eating books have shaped my progress. They’ve kept me going when I’ve thought about going back to dieting. They’ve given me the tools to take my intuitive eating further. They’ve helped me to become the Intuitive Eating counsellor that I am today. I trust these authors implicitly. They are knowledgeable, experienced, full of wisdom, and very entertaining!

Here are my favourites. These are what I consider to be some of the best intuitive eating books around, with a bonus body positivity book thrown in for good measure. I hope you find (at least) one that you love. 

I tried every diet in the book. I tried some that weren’t in the book. I tried eating the book. It tasted better than most of the diets.

Dolly Parton

intuitive eating 4th edition - Evelyn Tribole & Elyse Resch

This is the Intuitive Eating bible! The Intuitive Eating book is written by the ladies who created the Intuitive Eating method. They created the principles of Intuitive Eating, and they continue to work hard on keeping them relevant, research informed, and user friendly.

This is the ultimate Intuitive Eating book. Dive in and really understand the 10 principles of Intuitive Eating from the original pros themselves.  

Intuitive Eating for Every Day - Evelyn Tribole

This is a gorgeous book that fits beautifully in your bag, on your bedside table, on your desk, wherever you choose to keep it.

Intuitive Eating for Every Day breaks Intuitive Eating down for you with daily guidance. It will illuminate and encourage your intuitive-eating journey, with 365 practices and inspirational messages so that you have something to motivate you every day.

Just Eat It - Laura Thomas

This anti-diet guide from registered nutritionist Laura Thomas PhD, founder of the London Centre for Intuitive Eating, can help you sort out your attitude to food and ditch punishing exercise routines. 

Laura puts Intuitive Eating into her own words and can help free you from the guilt and anxiety associated with eating and, ultimately, to help you feel good about yourself.

The F*ck It Diet - Caroline Dooner

Caroline Dooner puts a brilliant and funny spin on Intuitive Eating. She tackles the inherent flaws of dieting and diet culture and offers a simple path to healing their physical, emotional, and mental relationship with food.

What’s the secret anti-diet? Eat. Whatever you want. Trust that your body knows what it is doing. Oh, and don’t forget to rest, breathe, and be kind to yourself.

The body is not an apology - Sonya Renee Taylor

The Body Is Not an Apology offers a new way of thinking about self-love. It provides a way to heal wounds that are inflicted on us by our society, and to think of ways to change the systems that are so problematic.

Sonya Renee Taylor, a famous activist and poet, invites us to think about our minds and bodies in a new way. A really insightful way to look at body positivity.

So go ahead, treat yourself, why not get a couple? Let me know in the comments which ones you choose. 

Have you read a book that you think should be on this list why not send me a message and let me know so that I can add it?

A little side note: Any links to resources may be affiliate links, and I may earn a teeny tiny bit of commission from them. These links are just suggestions and you are of course welcome to shop around and purchase elsewhere.

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Please note, this post is intended to be general information only. Every care has been taken to ensure that facts and figures are correct at the time of posting. As always, please seek the support of a registered professional before making changes to your diet or lifestyle⁠, or if you feel that you are affected by any of the topics discussed.

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  1. I’m just reading “Just Eat it” and I have “The Fuck It Diet” to read next. It’s really really good and lots of “aha” moments and very relatable the way she has written the book. The activities are also so good to go through really makes you think about your own relationship with food and yourself.

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