While plenty lot of folks flock to plans like keto and low-carb, a growing number of people are turning their backs on traditional diets and finally making peace with food. “Intuitive eating” is the practice of eating when you’re hungry, stopping when you’re full, and eating what you want. Sounds simple enough, right? But if you’ve been dieting for most of your adult life, it can feel downright radical – and incredibly freeing too.Intuitive eating has been around for more than 20 years but is enjoying a resurgence in popularity right now. According to a survey last year from the International Food Information Council, about half of all Millennials surveyed were familiar with intuitive eating (versus only about a quarter of people over 50).