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Intuitive Eating Begins Before You Take a Bite of Food

The subtle Japanese art of nudging healthful behavior

Illustrations by Kaki Okumura

When people think of intuitive eating, we often imagine it to be similar to a meditative experience, as if someone is silently sitting thinking about how the food is filling their stomach as they chew, and stopping only once they feel full and satisfied.




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Kaki Okumura

Kaki Okumura

Born in Dallas, raised in New York and Tokyo. I care about helping others learn to live a better, healthier life. My site: 🌱

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