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How To Think About Diabetes And Intuitive Eating with Glenys Oyston

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How is it possible for Diabetes management and Intuitive Eating to go together?

Diabetes you need to manage blood sugar, whereas on a superficial level you might hear that Intuitive Eating means you can eat anything.

Can you really eat anything if you have diabetes? And is this even what Intuitive Eating means?

In this episode with Glenys Oyston, from Dare To Not Diet, we unpeel what Intuitive Eating means and how it goes along with Diabetes in a harmonious way.

Glenys also talks extensively about her journey from chronic dieter to Intuitive Eater.

One interesting thing about Glenys’s story involve her weight gain over the years as she ditched the diet mentality, as dieting had kept her deprived and underweight for years. Oftentimes we are so afraid of weight gain, so Glenys’s story is impactful and inspiring. 

Seriously, check it out and let me know what you think in the comments below!

Glenys’s is a full-time anti-dietician and she truly walks the talk and has been through the struggles and can help you if you struggle with dieting. 

Be sure to check out Glenys’s Diabetes course here: https://selfcare4diabetes.com.

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About the Author

Hey, I'm Jared and I'm an introvert writer and coach.

I help yo yo dieters stop binge eating and emotional eating through journaling, which works because it's so easy, simple and effective for lasting habit change.


Check out my free Masterclass for my entire journey from yo yo dieting wrestler to Buddhist Monk and finally, to Eating Enlightenment. .

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