“This is not just another book about dieting, but rather a simple ten-step approach to improve the relationship between food and one’s mind, body, and soul! The book promotes the principles that will maximize psychological and physical health to improve quantity and quality of life—something that I have promoted and written about for the past thirty-five years. This work should prove to be extremely helpful to many patients, including my own, and to the general public. I highly recommend it!”
—Carl “Chip” Lavie, MD, FACC, FESPM, medical director of cardiac rehabilitation and prevention, and director of exercise laboratories at John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute, and professor of medicine at Ochsner Clinical School, UQ School of Medicine
“The Intuitive Eating Workbook, written by Health at Every Size advocates Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch, is an invaluable tool on your journey to developing a peaceful and satisfying relationship with food, mind, and body. It explains the principles of intuitive eating in a clear and inviting way, and offers a wealth of thought-provoking and effective exercises that help readers tune into their bodies’ signals, and challenge distorted thoughts about food and body. This book will be a treasured resource for the general public and for health professionals as well.”
—Linda Bacon, PhD, author of Body Respect and Health at Every Size
“The Intuitive Eating Workbook takes the wisdom of intuitive eating to a practical, informative self-help format. It is a perfect stand-alone workbook, as well as a supportive tool for work with patients. With activities that build resilience from a steady base of self-care, positive embodiment, and understanding, this book makes a deeper connection with your body and a healthier relationship with food completely accessible.”
—Catherine Cook-Cottone, PhD, associate professor, licensed psychologist, and author of Mindfulness and Yoga for Self-Regulation
“With The Intuitive Eating Workbook, Tribole and Resch have created an empowering resource, not only for those who wish to embrace and practice intuitive eating, but also for health care professionals seeking to provide support. The Intuitive Eating Workbook provides a concise review of the foundational principles with references to supporting research and thoughtful exercises designed to promote attunement, self-care, and body appreciation. Tribole and Resch infuse each page with compassion and the unique perspective of their combined professional experience, making this a welcome healing tool for laypersons and professionals alike.”
—Paige O’Mahoney, MD, CHWC, coauthor of Helping Patients Outsmart Overeating, certified Intuitive Eating counselor, and founder of Deliberate Life Wellness, LLC
“Evelyn and Elyse have done it again! I highly recommend The Intuitive Eating Workbook. Full freedom from food and body image problems is absolutely possible.”
—Jenni Schaefer, author of Goodbye Ed, Hello Me; Life Without Ed; and coauthor of Almost Anorexic
“From the dangers of dieting and weight cycling to learning body respect and total self-care, this workbook covers all the bases of intuitive eating for both novices and those who need a bit more help along the way. Although dieticians generally teach us the ‘what’ of eating, Tribole and Resch write about the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of it as well as any seasoned eating disorders therapists.”
—Karen R. Koenig, MEd, LCSW, author of The Food and Feelings Workbook and six other books on eating
“Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch’s The Intuitive Eating Workbook is a must-have for anyone who wants to improve their relationship with food! Its practical, easy-to-read format walks you step-by-step through the process of learning to use your internal wisdom to enjoy eating food in a peaceful, healthy way. A fantastic resource for health care professionals.”
—Susan Albers, psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of EatQ, Eating Mindfully, and 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food
“Intuitive eating is both revolutionary and utterly logical. This is an invaluable guide to anyone who has ever struggled with food. In fact, I believe anyone would benefit from utilizing this resource as it directly challenges both our individual food issues, and those endemic to our culture. This is the end of dieting, for everyone.”
—Kelsey Miller, author of Big Girl
“The Intuitive Eating Workbook is the perfect must-read, must-experience, and must-use supplement to Evelyn and Elyse’s game-changing book, Intuitive Eating. The workbook models a dialect of compassion that makes each exercise accessible and—pun intended—digestible for all. The Intuitive Eating Workbook is The Artist’s Way of health, offering keys to long-term, sustainable self-care, recognizing that eating is bigger than simply food itself. As Evelyn and Elyse say in the workbook, ‘You are the expert of your own body,’ an obvious and still radical notion that can both enhance our own lives, and also change the world at large.”
—Caroline Rothstein, MS, writer, performer, activist, and educator
“Recovery from stress eating and body shame isn’t about becoming a new person; it’s a process that takes you back to the healthy, safe place you once knew as a child, before dreams of happiness through weight loss made you lose your way. The Intuitive Eating Workbook breaks down a potentially scary journey into practical, even enjoyable, steps. It’s like you’re on the yellow brick road, and Tribole and Resch are your ever-supportive sidekicks, warning you of pitfalls and boosting you when you struggle. Add in a catchy tune, and find your way back to where you always belonged.”
—Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD, author of The Eating Disorders Clinical Pocket Guide and Eating Disorders Boot Camp, and cofounder of the International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians
Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, is an award-winning registered dietitian with a nutrition counseling practice in Newport Beach, CA, specializing in eating disorders. She also trains health professionals on how to help their clients cultivate a healthy relationship with food, mind, and body through the process of Intuitive Eating, a concept she co-pioneered. Tribole is author of several books, including Healthy Homestyle Cooking, and is coauthor of Intuitive Eating. She was the nutrition expert for Good Morning America, and was a national spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for six years. She served three years on the Social Media committee of the Academy for Eating Disorders. Tribole is often sought after by the media for her nutritional expertise, and has appeared in hundreds of interviews, including CNN, NBC’s Today Show, MSNBC, Fox News, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and People magazine. She also gives presentations around the world on intuitive eating.
Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, is a nutrition therapist in private practice in Beverly Hills, CA, with over thirty-five years of experience, specializing in eating disorders, intuitive eating, and health at every size. She is coauthor of Intuitive Eating, has published journal articles, and does regular speaking engagements and extensive media interviews. Her work has been profiled on CNN, KABC, NBC, AP Press KFI Radio, USA Today, and KTTV television, among others. Resch is nationally known for her work in helping patients break free from the diet mentality through the intuitive eating process. Her philosophy embraces the goal of reconnecting with your internal wisdom about eating. She supervises and trains health professionals, is a certified eating disorder registered dietitian, fellow of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Foreword writer Tracy Tylka, PhD, is professor of psychology at the Columbus and Marion campuses of The Ohio State University. She attended the University of Akron for her undergraduate and graduate studies, earning her BA in psychology in 1995, MA in counseling psychology in 1998, and PhD in counseling psychology in 2001. Tylka completed her predoctoral internship at the counseling center at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. She joined the department of psychology at The Ohio State University as an assistant professor in 2001, received tenure and promotion to associate professor in 2007, and was promoted to full professor in 2013.