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
With the new year here, many people vow to start a “diet” or lose weight. But when 95% of all diets fail and cause even more problems (physically and emotionally), what is someone to do? So what is normal eating if you’re not going to “diet”? Taken from Ellyn Satter’s […]Read More
One important aspect of recovering from an eating disorder is hearing and listening to hunger and satiety cues. Anyone trapped in an eating disorder knows that your second head (the eating disorder) controls what you eat, when you eat, how you eat, etc. aka NOTHING to do with hunger and […]Read More
Many clients ask me how to grocery shop after they start the process of moving away from “dieting” and into intuitive eating. Since they are now trying to rely on body signals instead of their head, it can be hard to know what to get at the grocery store. A […]Read More
If my client comes to me with a diagnosis of an eating disorder (or suspicion of something “weird” with eating habits), I act like a guide for their journey to eating disorder recovery. This journey is filled with ups and downs for all clients, and no one will ever be […]Read More
We live in a world where nutrition information is everywhere, especially around “dieting”. It seems like there are “diet” messages everywhere we turn, potentially hidden in disguise! “Diets” can be addressed as such, like “Whole 30”, “Paleo”, “Weight Watchers”, or can be “clean eating” or “healthy eating”. The problem is […]Read More