Lyndi Cohen shares how to eat healthier with less rules in 2023
If you've set any goals for 2023 that relate to your health, diet or food, this episode is for you!
Today I am joined by Lyndi Cohen a media dietitian, best-selling author, and one of Australia's most well-known nutritionists, going by the name the @nude_nutritionist. She is also the host of the popular health podcast, No Wellness Wankery. Today you can expect a deep dive debunking the conflicting advice we see online with respect to diet behaviours and style we hear, nutrition tips to get the most out of your food relationship in 2023, how to deal with a health kick high (that has an inevitable crash and burn) and why your weight is not the problem.
If weight loss particularly is something you want to focus on this year, Lyndi is your girl! She offers 3 beautiful reflective questions to think about with new habits we want to adopt, how to give ourselves less rules and in turn more control and all things intuitive eating.
(00:00 ) Introduction
(06:03 ) Key Tips for Diet Goals in 2023
(11:43 ) Qs to ask for goals you've set
(15:35 ) How do I lose the last 5kg?
(18:28 ) BS we are told on Social Media
(24:33 ) How to tune into your body (intuitive eating)
(28:31 ) Physical Satisfaction v Emotional Satisfaction
(30:33 ) Intuitive Eating Tips
(32:58 ) Managing Negative Self Talk
(35:00 ) Links & Summary
So excited for you guys to hear this one! You can find out more about Lyndi at www.Lyndicohen.com.
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