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into our nutrition philosophy.
Happy holidays!! I LOVE this time of year!!! In the true spirit of giving, it’s my turn to give back to all of you. Last year, I created a gift list that was incredibly popular. I received so many messages and thank yous from all of you and so many […]Read More
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” How many times will you hear that over the holiday seasons?? In many ways this statement is true BUT the holidays are also stressful. Changes in routine, financial constraints, family worries, travel, obligations, holiday meals, and finding clothes to wear for holiday […]Read More
Let’s talk about something that may be hard to hear. When you want to make changes to your health, it’s not as easy as just deciding to change. Many of our behaviors are rooted in habit, unconscious beliefs, and have a lot to do with the way we think about […]Read More
Intuitive eating is a 10 step process to heal your relationship with food, using principles to create trust and connection with your body. Intuitive Eating is a nutrition philosophy about ditching diets and choosing health promoting behaviors, first created by Registered Dietitians Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch. Many dietitians use […]Read More
I’ve recently seen a number of clients for nutrition counseling without an “official” eating disorder diagnosis but something was going on with their food, exercise, and body image. They don’t have a clinical eating disorder but they don’t feel like they have a healthy, “normal” relationship with food. I call […]Read More
One of my favorite topics to talk about, write about, and speak about is intuitive eating! Intuitive eating changed my life, both personally and professionally, and I could not be more thankful for Elyse Resch and Evelyn Tribole for writing the amazing Intuitive Eating book, and also the new Intuitive Eating workbook. Intuitive […]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
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
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