When we feel inspired about a topic we write about it! These blog posts will give you more insight into our nutrition philosophy.
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
I had a very easy pregnancy and felt great almost the entire time. What I didn’t expect was the shock and roller coaster ride of emotions and body image after giving birth. Not a lot of people tell you about the intense ups and downs during the postpartum period, especially […]Read More
Going into pregnancy, labor, and delivery I read everything I could get my hands on about “life with a newborn”. However there really is no way to describe the emotional roller coaster you go through until you experience it yourself. With that being said, self-care is so important during this […]Read More
This week is National Eating Disorders Awareness week! This year’s theme is “I had no idea”. All this week I will be blogging about various ED topics. Remember if you need help, reach out right away. My approach to treatment is very individualized and private. From the NEDA website: What […]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
So you were just diagnosed with an eating disorder or more likely… now you think you may have an eating disorder. What do you do? First things first, tell someone. It’s much easier to have someone by your side to go through it alone. If you feel comfortable, tell […]Read More
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