When we feel inspired about a topic, we write about it! These blog posts will give you more insight into our nutrition philosophy.
Holiday Gift Guide: Anti-Diet Books
The Eat With Knowledge Holiday Gift Guide continues and I’m so excited to move on to one of my favorite categories of gifts… Anti-Diet Books! Just a reminder that if you missed the last holiday gift guide about anti-diet merchandise, you can check out my recommendations here. Books that will […]Read More
Holiday Gift Guide: Anti-Diet Merchandise
Happy holidays!! In the true spirit of giving, it’s my turn to give back to all of you. Last year in 2018, I created a gift list that was incredibly popular. I received so many messages and thank you notes and so many of you bought gifts! I wanted to […]Read More
No Child Should Ever Be Put On A Diet
We MUST band together and STOP diet companies from creating another generation of dieters. You may have seen the news that Weight Watchers (or newly branded WW) has launched a “healthy eating” app for kids called Kurbo. Don’t be confused by the term “healthy eating”- this is a diet in […]Read More
Why I Don’t Support Weight Loss Diets
Yes, I am a dietitian who does not support weight loss diets. I had a really good conversation on the phone with a potential client family last week. A mom called me, recommended by her pediatrician, because her 16-year-old daughter wanted to lose weight. Her daughter has been complaining to […]Read More
An Engaging Dietitians Podcast Episode on Emotional Eating
I love being interviewed on different podcasts talking about topics I’m passionate about like eating disorder recovery, intuitive eating, and growing a business. I was recently interviewed on a podcast episode by Glenys Oyston and Aaron Flores for the Dietitians Unplugged podcast. The episode is all about binge eating and emotional eating and […]Read More
What Does Support Look Like For Someone In Eating Disorder Recovery?
Last week I had the honor to co-lead a support group at Metro Behavioral Health Associates with Founder Jennie Kramer. The group was made up of people who were seeking support for food and body image healing. The group session itself was amazing. The women in the group shared personal […]Read More
Give Yourself Permission To Have Bad Body Image Days!
Sometimes I have bad body image days… yes I JUST SAID THAT! Just in case you were wondering if I had it all figured out, let me share a few things that make me just as human as you. To me, body image is not just how we feel when […]Read More
3 Amazing Resources For Your Food And Nutrition Journey
There should be no shame in getting help for an eating disorder. It’s almost time for Eating Disorders Awareness week, which officially starts February 25th. This time of year always holds a very special place in my heart. And in that regard, I want to wish you a Happy Valentine’s […]Read More
Favorite Tips for Eating Disorder Recovery
Let’s talk about health and wellbeing that actually serves your health and wellbeing. Sadly, so much of the time “getting healthy” is confused with dieting, restricting, overexercising, and all the “should’s” that we think we need to do because we live in a society that tells us skinny = healthy. <– […]Read More