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Are “normal” and healthy eating the same thing? If not, how do they differ? Are the two concepts compatible or mutually exclusive? Is one better than the other? Although people may assume that healthy and “normal” eating are the same, they’re not. The goal of healthy eating is to make sure one’s food intake is nutritious and physically nourishing—upping your intake of high-nutrient foods and lowering your intake of foods which will likely endanger your health. “Normal” eating, on the other hand, means choosing and consuming foods according to conscious and intuitive rules of appetite: 1) Eat when you’re hungry, 2) Choose foods that will satisfy you, 3) Eat with awareness and enjoyment, and 4) Stop eating when you’re full or satisfied…. Read More >>

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