When we feel inspired about a topic we write about it! These blog posts will give you more insight into our nutrition philosophy.
My Journey to Intuitive Eating By Elyssa Toomey In the summer between 8th grade and freshman year of high school, I began to obsess over my body.It was my last summer at sleep away camp and I remember comparing the size of my stomach and thighs with the other girls in […]Read More
In today’s world, “diet mentality” is widespread and rampant. We see diet mentality in the news, social media, exercise facilities, grocery stores, restaurants, and even sadly see diet mentality among friends, family members, and in some healthcare professionals. Sometimes the diet message is loud (Paleo, Whole 30, Keto, etc) but […]Read More
On Wednesday, March 14th, it’s Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day!! To celebrate this day, I have updated my top 10 reasons why I love what I do, especially when it comes to working with clients. Nutrition counseling is the heart and soul of my business! Here are my top 10 reasons […]Read More
It’s eating disorders awareness week this week and this time of year holds a very special place in my heart💜 Eat With Knowledge is on a mission to help people heal from disordered eating and feel fabulous about food. I have my own story of recovery that I shared on Food Psych […]Read More
I saw the hashtag #18in2018 and loved the idea of coming up with 18 things to do this new year!! I am all about promoting health and well being in a way that works for YOU. Sadly, so much of the time “getting healthy” is confused with dieting, restricting, overexercising, […]Read More
Happy Holidays! I’m so excited for the holidays and love this time of year. In the spirit of giving, it’s my turn to give back to all of you. This gift list is for you if you care about intuitive eating, working on eating disorder recovery, or just love the […]Read More
Whenever I talk or write about something personal, I get a little nervous that I might be sharing too much. But as many of you know, I’m very passionate about mental health advocacy and awareness. So, if I have an important message to spread, I’m going to put that before […]Read More
On Friday July 14th Netflix released a documentary about eating disorders and anorexia called “To The Bone”. The movie stars Lily Colins as Ellen who has been though treatment for anorexia many times and her family decides to try an “unconventional” approach with Dr. William Beckham, played by Keanu Reeves. […]Read More
As a dietitian that believes in the Health at Every Size principles, I choose to practice something I like to call weight inclusive wellness. I respect size diversity and believe that people of various weights can have healthy behaviors and habits, and also have a positive relationship with food. I had a […]Read More
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