Intuitive eating is essentially giving up the diet mentality and giving yourself permission to eat whatever you want, how much you want...but ideally only when hungry and only stopping when satisfied. You may even over eat when you start but eventually the novelty of getting your hands on all the "forbidden" food wears off and things go back to normal. I'd google "overfed head" and read that it's a free PDF and if you like what you read go on amazon and buy the 3rd edition of evelyn tribole's intuitive eating book. http://www.intuitiveeating.org/conte...tuitive-eating
I've been using intuitive eating to give up binging and its helping me a lot i'm about 2 weeks in and I am slowly accepting peace with food! I try to eat only when I start getting the empty hollow feeling when hungry and I usually stop before I get full. I can have anything, cookies, chocolates, pizza... but usually I find myself wanting healthier foods like lean meats and veggies. I've never honored my body this way because my eating disorder ruined me and made me really hate myself. Now I am finding ways to love myself.
I don't weigh anymore but I can tell in the mirror i've lost weight. Its hard sometimes to eat when only hungry because surprisingly on some days you may only get hungry 2-3 times a day when you just wanna snack and thats what I need to work on. But it's so much better then I was.
I don't weigh also because I'm doing strength training and idk how much muscle gains will do to the number plus fluid retention and I learned its just better not to weigh yourself because it's going to discourage you and make you want to diet again.
My normal weight is usually around 140-145 but I'm confident its going to go down in time. Idc how much I weigh I just want to get buff.