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It’s time to change your relationship with food. These 5 books will give you a healthy outlook

Care for your body better by changing your relationship with food.

Weight loss is an integral part of many women’s lives. It’s what they wake up thinking about and it drives their decisions. With that mindset, food can become a fight. Once you change your attitude about diet culture and eating, you can care for your body in a healthier way.

Studio 5 Health Contributor Miki Eberhardt shares five reads that will help you look at food and eating differently. They will teach you how to take care of your body in a healthy way, whether or not it leads to weight loss.

Find more healthy advice from Miki on Instagram, @nutritionbymiki.


5 Books to Change Your Relationship With Food

“Intuitive Eating” by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, & Elyse Resch, MS, RDN

“More Than a Body” by Lindsay Kite, PhD, & Lexie Kite, PhD

“Anti-Diet” by Christy Harrison, MPH, RD

“Body Kindness” by Rebecca Scritchfield, RDN

“Health at Every Size” by Linda Bacon, PhD

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  • Wow, thank you for sharing that powerful and tender story of your grandma. She was an amazing woman. I see similar patterns in women I love that I would think, in their age of experience, wouldn’t care about that. It is heartbreaking to see and hear. I’m all about making this shift. Thank you for sharing these great resources! ♥️