Counting calories isn’t the best way to lose weight, according to a new
Brigham Young University study that suggests that an approach toward
food called ?intuitive eating? is better at producing lower cholesterol
levels, body mass index scores and cardiovascular disease risk.
?The basic premise of intuitive eating is, rather than manipulate what
we eat in terms of prescribed diets — how many calories a food has,
how many grams of fat, specific food combinations or anything like that
– we should take internal cues, try to recognize what our body wants
and then regulate how much we eat based on hunger and satiety.?