Welcome to the Anti-Diet

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This approach is even more radical than intuitive eating.

The only rule is that there are no rules: No guilt allowed.

stop restricting food

stop hating your body

stop worrying about food

stop being a slave to exercise

stop wasting so many days, months, and years thinking about food

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17 thoughts on “Welcome to the Anti-Diet

  1. noodalee says:

    This is just the reminder I needed to give “intuitive” eating a go. What makes this so awesome for me is that it’s not a whole program, book, etc, detailing exactly what to do to learn to listen to your body, etc. That tends to stress me out big time, and feel like a diet even if it is not. Just saying “Fuck It” before I eat has been so powerful, and I’m slowly learning to let go of all the rules and beliefs about food and listen to what my body wants.

  2. roxxy says:

    HELL YEA!!!! ~~~FID~~~ thats what I’m gonna say from now on,even when my old man nags me like a woman about my weight…I WILL SAY ~~~FID~~~ (don’t like to cuss lol) I’am who I’am sucka LOL… I already feel enpowered!!!

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  4. Jasper says:

    Well. I top the scale at 455 today. I have been on a 1200 calorie diet for 7 days. I gained 4 pounds! Mother fucker! Fuck it!

  5. Mike Puckett says:

    Sick and Tired of being a fat-fuck and having people believe I’m lazy when I’m not. Worlds a cruel Goddamn place but if you are slim it’s just tilted to your advantage.

  6. PC says:

    What I’ve found helpful is making sure I eat protein within an hour of waking up, and then preferably at lunch and dinner too. It keeps me mentally stable throughout the day. It only takes 15 mins or so to grill some chicken breasts in the morning so it doesn’t require much, just a bit of conscious effort to start the habit off initially.

    • I did like it. Amazing amount of negative comments under it! Sheesh!

      And… yes I get that all the time about Annie/Alison Brie! I guess I should try to play her sister on tv.

  7. Thank you for this site. I am almost 40, dealing with thyroid issues, healing from a bout of Paleo and just want to enjoy life instead of fighting it. I plan to eat what I crave, not excuse it, not feel guilty. I have also decided to embrace wearing clothes I WANT to wear, at this size and in this life. Skinny jeans? You betcha! FUCK this shit! right? ;)

  8. I was “sent” here by Matt Stone, so thanks, Matt! I’m definitely interested to see how TFID is a better nuance of intuitive eating. I’ll be reading the blog posts to catch up. Cheers!

    • I would call TFID LESS nuanced than intuitive eating, and more freeing and quickly effective. Less stress over the rules of “good intuitive eating”, and more just focusing on eating- and figuring out what is intuitive as you go.

  9. AnnB says:

    Yes, when your grandchildren say let’s make a cake. Then let’s make a scratch cake and eat it warm…but not enough for the ton of from scratch butter frosting to slide off. Yum. I’ve made two cakes in the last month….and that’s a higher average than the last ten years. Should have been ‘enjoying’ cake all that time.

  10. AnnB says:

    And…..I believe I’m moving out of stage one after 22 months. And the excess fat may now be dropping off naturally. The scale (yes, I kept it) is finally moving in a downward direction…and size 22 pants (on 5 foot 2 inch frame) aren’t tight anymore. More strongly contemplating letting the scales live somewhere else.

  11. You motivated me to start my own blog on (primarily) food guilt. I finally plucked up the courage to rant in public :) You are an inspiration, thank you Caroline!

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