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Dana K. Voelker, Nick Galli, Maya Miyairi, Justine J. Reel, and Karley James

well as disordered and intuitive eating ( Tylka & Kroon Van Diest, 2013 ), the absence of dysfunctional exercise behavior is not synonymous with a healthy mindset around physical activity ( Reel, 2015 ). Contrary to dysfunctional exercise, intuitive exercise involves “listening to the body for cues

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Nick Galli, Skye Shodahl, and Mark P. Otten

), 129 – 143 . https://doi.org/10.1080/10413200.2011.603718 10.1080/10413200.2011.603718 Tribole , E. , & Resch , E. ( 1995 ). Intuitive eating: A recovery book for the chronic dieter: Rediscover the pleasures of eating and rebuild your body image ( 1st ed. ). St. Vincent’s Press . Varnes , J

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Kathryn A. Coniglio and Edward A. Selby

classes or team intramural sports). Intuitive practices for eating disorder prevention have been extended to intuitive eating and mindfulness more broadly and show great promise for eating disorder prevention ( Reel, 2015 ; Reel, Lee, & Bellows, 2016 ). The degree to which these findings can be

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Renee Engeln, Margaret Shavlik, and Colleen Daly

physically active college women and men: Exploring an expanded acceptance model of intuitive eating . Body Image, 15 , 90 – 97 . PubMed ID: 26281958 doi:10.1016/j.bodyim.2015.07.003 10.1016/j.bodyim.2015.07.003 Tylka , T.L. , & Sabik , N.J. ( 2010 ). Integrating social comparison theory and self