When we feel inspired about a topic, we write about it! These blog posts will give you more insight into our nutrition philosophy.
Cultivate Body Kindness with Your Wardrobe
Allison Milch, RDN, CDN recently joined the Eat With Knowledge team. Allison has openings for nutrition counseling appointments and is typically “in the office” (aka Zoom!) on Mondays and Wednesdays. If you want to schedule an appointment, simply email back and we will get you set-up! She is passionate about helping clients […]Read More
My Favorite Nutrition Advice
I don’t know if it’s just me, but I’ve certainly seen a lot more “new year’s resolution” type of advice in 2021 than in previous years. I know the diet industry always ramps up marketing for “the new year”, but in this current environment… it just feels outright sleazy. With […]Read More
Anti-Diet Education Gift Guide 2020
Every year I create a holiday gift guide for anyone interested in an anti-diet way of living. Did you miss Tuesday’s holiday guide guide on anti-diet merchandise and fundraisers? Check it out here! Today’s gift guide features anti-diet education resources and opportunities. So many books, courses, supervision opportunities, and business […]Read More
Anti-Diet Gift Guide 2020
Happy Holidays!!! And cheers to celebrating the END of 2020! I think we’re all ready for a new year. Every year I create a holiday gift guide for anyone interested in an anti-diet way of living. This year I’ll be sharing 2 gift guides. This gift guide features anti-diet merchandise […]Read More
3 Steps to Feel Good About Any Food you Binge On
One of my favorite steps in Intuitive Eating is “Make Peace With Food.” Food peace brings so much joy to your life that may not be in your life right now. Every person will need to make peace with food in their own way. But for a lot of people, […]Read More
Support for Parents: Back to School
Elyssa Toomey, Nutrition Director here at Eat With Knowledge, has awesome advice to share for parents for back to school. Her article below highlights tips for helping families through this difficult time. Back to school time always poses challenges for families: adjusting to earlier bedtimes, trying to find time for breakfast […]Read More
Am I the right dietitian for you?
Last weekend, my world on social media blew up with a ton of conversation between dietitians about the terms “diet” and “anti-diet” and which nutrition philosophy is “right”. Questions were asked by many dietitians including: “How do we really define the word “diet”? Is it always about wanting to lose […]Read More
What is Binge Eating?
Many people struggle with binge eating and it’s becoming more and more common in today’s society. The stories are different but the feeling is the same: “I feel out of control when it comes to eating”. As a dietitian with over 10 years of experience in the eating disorder field, […]Read More
5 Reasons Why Meal Planning Works (and how to make it work for YOU)
I say YES, if a meal plan works for you, it’s a helpful tool in your toolbox on your journey with intuitive eating. After all, if you have a disordered eating history, sometimes it’s hard to just “know what to eat” right away. A meal plan can be […]Read More