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Listen to Your Body: Attuned Eating

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: If you really listen, your body is telling you its nutritional needs.
Air Date: 11/6/18
Duration: 24:37
Host: Holly Lucille, RN, ND
Guest Bio: Tracy Brown, RD, LD/N
Tracy BrownTracy Brown, RD, LD/N, is a somatic nutrition therapist/dietitian, attuned eating coach and embodiment teacher. She helps people come home to themselves through their bodies by healing their relationship with food and weight as well as feel safer and less stressed in their bodies. 

For 12 years she has guided people one on one and in group in healing from disordered eating and chronic dieting, many of which have PCOS and other stress-related conditions.
Listen to Your Body: Attuned Eating
Food is foundational to health. It can be causative or curative, depending on the foods you eat and how your body reacts to them. Our culture can mix up our eating habits and reasons for eating.

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Attuned eating is consuming based on comfort, fullness, nutrition, food quality and pleasure. In essence, it’s listening to your body and its food needs. If you’re really listening, your body isn’t telling you to eat gummy bears all day every day.

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Tips for Attuned Eating


  • Check your hunger against a fullness scale throughout the day. Make sure you aren’t skipping meals or eating when you’re not actually hungry.
  • When there’s a deficit, we try to make up for it. Heavy eating in the evening might make up for tiny meals earlier in the day.
  • Determine if your body is in fight or flight mode. Rest when needed. Let yourself wake up before checking emails and social media.
  • Savor your foods.

  • Listen in as Tracy Brown joins Dr. Holly Lucille to discuss how attuned eating can benefit you.

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