Elizabeth Moye is a Nutritionist, Certified Health Coach and Wellness Blogger at Hello Spoonful. At University, she became quickly known for her passion for fitness, food and healthy eating.
That's how Elizabeth decided to put all the information and answers on a blog and Hello Spoonful was born, which has now turned into a Nutrition Coaching business, Instagram page and a resource for healthy recipes and more.
Elizabeth believes in a traditional diet, enjoying all foods in moderation and prioritizing ingredients over the nutrition label. She doesn’t believe in diet and food trends, calorie trackers or having a “good food”, “bad food” list, because eliminating any food or food group typically results in binging, later on, heightens cravings or causes an individual to develop an unhealthy relationship with food.
IN TODAY'S EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT
- What food really is and why you should enjoy it
- Intuitive eating and how to better listen to your body
- All the simple cooking hacks you need to know to eat healthy at home
- Why moderation is the key to a healthy and glowing body
- Alcohol and how to adjust your drinks to make them healthier
And so much more!
Intuitive Eating - by Evelyn Tribole
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