bold_rabbit wrote: »
Does everyone feel that intuitive eating and tracking are mutually exclusive? I'm definitely trying right now to "eat to hunger" as an attempt to finally stop the slow weight loss I've been in since entering maintenance a year ago. But, I still track my food in MFP. Tracking to me has a lot of additional benefits - like nutrition info, history for GERD symptoms, etc.
It's like I would still track my spending even if I won the lottery and didn't need to "budget" at all, just because I like having the data and records that tracking spending gives me.
cwolfman13 wrote: »
Outside of 2020 I've more or less maintained for 8+ years. I put on a good 20 Lbs in 2020 with COVID and being home all the time and everything being closed...some of that was just being bored and overeating, but a big part was that I was just a lot less active than I usually am. I've lost 10 of those Lbs since Feb and took a bit of a diet break in April and will be working on that other 10 in May and June.
I'm not a big believer in "intuitive eating"...I'm not even really sure what that means. I eat well for the most part and value quality nutrition and I'm mindful about eating in general. I typically don't have a whole lot of issue maintaining my weight when I'm active (which I normally am)
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