It's originally a book written by Gwen Shamblin. I had read it back in the days ( of course I had!) and had completely forgotten about it.
I accidentally found it on the webosphere and it seams Gwen has made this into a whole internet program. The program is largely based on religion, but I find her vision of intuitive eating is interesting.
I have not really read anything on the new website so I don't know if it's worthy material.
Just saw this post... I started my journey over 15 years ago with WDD. All I can say is from my own experience and hindsight, it wasn't helpful for me in learning intuitive eating. She does set forth paying attention to hunger and fullness and eating what you truly love. Aside from that and her questionable theology, there is nothing new and much of what she teaches I believe, is even a bit on the edge of unhealthy. Such as, if you're not hungry, do NOT violate that hunger for ANYTHING. If you want a piece of pie, put it in a box with your name on it and stash it away in the freezer. I can save food in a healthy and sane manner now. But back then, after reading her book, I had an entire box of hoarded food in the freezer. If family members ate something out of my special box I became enraged and yelled at them. I also began binging and starving myself, lived off desserts and fast food, etc. While I did shed 120 lbs using hunger fullness, I didn't learn to love my body, honor the process, focus on habits and actions, or anything like that. It was a free-for-all that ended up in a lot of shame and an actual eating disorder, as well as disordered eating. Seriously, her book screwed up my head space. Maybe her program has changed since than. There are probably lots of people that had different experiences than I did. Though, I do read many reviews were people dealth with a lot of shame issues after using her book. imo, there are far better books and programs out there.