In a world often fixated on weight and body image, the Health At Every Size ® approach has emerged as a refreshing perspective to address health. In this blog post, we’ll delve deeper into the core principles of Health At Every Size. Next, we’ll explore its application in healthcare and various aspects of life. We’ll
Are the food police constantly knocking at your door, judging what you eat? If so, this post is for you! In a world obsessed with diets, cleanses, and food rules, many of us have become victims of the relentless “food police.” These imaginary enforcers lurk in our minds, dictating what we should and shouldn’t eat,
Wondering how to insulate your kids from toxic diet culture? Want to help them be resilient and body confident? This article is for you! As a non-diet nutritionist and eating disorders dietitian, I’m driven to helping you support body confidence and prevent eating disorders. This includes arming you with ways to combat diet culture messaging.
Wondering how to talk to your daughter about her weight without hurting her feelings or causing harm? Navigating conversations about body weight with your daughter can be a delicate and pivotal aspect of her upbringing. In a culture often obsessed with appearance and unrealistic beauty standards, it’s crucial to foster open discussions with our children
Have you ever found yourself wondering, “What exactly IS an unhealthy relationship with food? Is mine okay?” Or maybe you’ve pondered, “Is my child’s relationship with food and body healthy?” Well, you’re not alone! We live in a world filled with Instagram-worthy meals, before and after photos, endless diet trends, and pressure to raise our
Disordered eating vs. eating disorders: what is the difference? And does it matter? In this post, I’ll define these two terms and discuss behaviors common to both disordered eating and eating disorders. I’ll explain how maladaptive eating behaviors can impact health and how to get help for disordered eating and eating disorders. Let’s go. What
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