Introducing Intuitive Eating

By Sherra Yeong

March 2022 FEATURE
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WE ARE BORN intuitive eaters; as babies, we cry out for milk when we are hungry only to push away the bottle after we are filled. But as we grow up, rather than listening to our bodily cues, we begin to ignore them. The reasons for this are plenty, no doubt. Perhaps as children, we were taught to finish our plates, despite feeling full, before leaving the dinner table, or when busy in adulthood, we tend either to quell or...

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Sherra Yeong

is an aspiring author with a Bachelor’s degree in Food Science and a passion for good food and wine. She writes at