When we feel inspired about a topic we write about it! These blog posts will give you more insight into our nutrition philosophy.
*Just a quick note/trigger warning that the article described uses the word “obesity”. Many people find this word stigmatizing and I personally do not use this word when speaking about clients. When the word “obesity” is used, it’s in a direct quote from someone other than me. Many professionals have […]Read More
I recently attended the iaedp conference in Florida. What an amazing few days of education, networking, connecting with colleagues, and WARM weather! While there, I had the honor of attending a talk on Orthorexia Nervosa: Past, Present & Future of the most Controversial Eating Disorder by Steven Bratman, MD, MPH, […]Read More
All month long I have been talking about how to survive the holidays. This time of year is amazing- full of energy, presents, friends, and family. But it is also stressful for a lot of people. If you are feeling the stress, you are not alone. My last newsletter was […]Read More
The Westchester Rockland Dietetic Association welcomed Jill Castle to our fall meeting to talk about feeding in children. As a dietitian and mom of picky eater, I was equally excited for this workshop professionally and personally. Jill and Maryann Jacobson wrote the book “Fearless Feeding” and the book has helped […]Read More
Happy Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day! I am so grateful that I choose this career path all the way back when I was 18 years old enrolled in Nutritional Sciences at Penn State University. I really had no idea what a career in dietetics “meant”, but I loved food and nutrition […]Read More
Thanks to NEDA for a successful campaign to increase ED awareness. Eating Disorder Awareness Week in Photos: Join the Eat With Knowledge E-mail Community! You’ll receive tips on nutrition, intuitive eating, and body image. Learn how to thrive again when it comes to food […]Read More
I was recently out with a group of “mom friends”, having one of those conversations talking about anything and everything related to our kids, all under 1 year old. Our conversation turned into an honest discussion about raising our children to be anti-dieting, body image-loving, positive self-esteemed individuals. My friends […]Read More
Last week I attended an iaedp event on “One Size Does Not Fit All: Understanding the Complex Interplay of Body and Mind when working with Overweight (or Fat) Patients”. I went into the meeting thinking I had a good understanding and insight into what it feels like to be […]Read More
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