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Amanda Boyer

Amanda Boyer

Amanda Boyer, a Bloomington transplant (Indiana native), moved here for undergrad in 2010 and made one of the easiest decisions to return after graduate school in 2016. In May of 2018, she decided she wanted nothing more than to continue her work as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, but on her own terms, and Wholehearted Nutrition was born. When she’s not helping people with their relationship with food and body, you can probably find her in or near a kitchen, spending time with her husband and corgi, or lost in a good book.

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Suppress Dieting, Not Hunger, with Intuitive Eating

For many, suppressing the feeling of hunger with restrictive diets only leads to more-intense levels of hunger, writes Amanda Boyer. Think “hangry.” But the practice of intuitive eating — eating in a way that honors and respects your body’s hunger, fullness, and cravings — could be a more healthful and pleasurable approach to food, without dieting. Click here to read the full story.

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