Eating Disorder Resources, Part 2: For professionals

September 19, 2013

Here are my favorite resources for professionals when leaning about eating disorders.   Renfrew: www.renfrewcenter.com gives free professional webinar series on eating disorders a few times per year. National Eating Disorders Association http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/ Academy of Eating Disorders http://www.aedweb.org Something Fishy: http://www.something-fishy.org/   Eating Disorders and the Brain by Bryan Lask & Ian Frampton   Integrated Treatment of Eating […]

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Eating Disorder Resources- Part 1, For Patients

September 11, 2013

Clients sometimes ask me for follow-up resources after our sessions.  ”Can I read more about that?” or “Where did that research come from?” are popular questions.  Reading about eating disorders can be a way to get support during the week when we only have weekly sessions and get to talk once.  It also allows clients […]

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From Nutrition Intern Adriana

August 30, 2013

I asked my summer nutrition intern Adriana to write a blog post to reflect on her thoughts from the summer.  Here she goes! Interning this summer with Jennifer Regester at Eat With Knowledge was such a great and educational experience. I’ve had the opportunity to get first hand experience and great insight into nutrition counseling. […]

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Binge Eating Profiles, Part 3

July 25, 2013

By Adriana Sobel and Jennifer Regester You just read about Binge Eating Profiles Part 1, and Binge Eating Profiles Part 2, and there are still more types out there.  Keep in mind, many people have many different profiles and binge eating and fit into many different categories- addressing all of them are important when getting treatment […]

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Binge Eating Profiles, Part 2

July 22, 2013

By Adriana Sobel and Jennifer Regester You just read about Binge Eating Profiles Part 1, but there are many more types out there.  Keep in mind, many people have many different profiles and binge eating and fit into many different categories- addressing all of them are important when getting treatment for binge eating. The Nail-Biting […]

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Binge Eating Profiles, Part 1

July 17, 2013

By Adriana Sobel and Jennifer Regester   Binge Eating Disorder is a serious condition which people eat large amounts of food due to extreme hunger, emotional responses, or “numbing out”. This guide will help identify triggers for binge eating and help with solutions.  Part 1 will talk about 3 common binge eating profiles.  Keep in […]

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Nutrition and Health Apps

July 10, 2013

By Adriana Sobel and Jennifer Regester You just read about apps for nutrition and fitness but you might now be wondering about nutrition and health. These apps are designed to serve as a mobile journal to track your diet and exercise as well as provide general nutrition information, provide recipes and serve as a tool […]

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Fitness Apps

June 20, 2013

By Jennifer Regester and Adriana Sobel   You just read about apps for eating disorders, but you may be wondering about general nutrition and fitness apps. These apps are designed for people to gain more insight into nutrition, fitness, and overall health as well as to provide accountability. If this sounds like something you need […]

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Apps for Eating Disorders

June 14, 2013

By Jennifer Regester and Adriana Sobel   I always try to adapt my nutrition counseling to fit into people’s lives– not the other way around of changing someone’s life just to fit my nutrition counseling agenda (because that will never work long-term!).  One important aspect of this is adapting technology to fit into a client’s […]

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Abercrombie & Fitch and Eating Disorders

May 23, 2013

You’ve probably heard the news –> Abercrombie & Fitch’s CEO made some pretty awful comments about “cool kids” vs. “not so cool kids” in Abercrombie clothes.  The clothing company noticeably does not make clothes larger than size 10 or XL.  The CEO meant that the brand is targeted to “certain body types” and “not everyone belongs in […]

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