I was talking with a new client recently and she mentioned that she had seen a social media post where someone suggested approaching food and eating from a place of adding in versus taking away. She said this concept really sort of blew her mind. She, like so many of us, are used to thinking…
Category: Non-Diet, Weight-Inclusive, Health at Every Size®
PCOS: What it Is (and isn’t) and How to Care for Yourself if You Have it
Tired of hearing “just lose weight” to treat your PCOS? Want to learn how to feel empowered to care for yourself and your symptoms with the condition. This is the post for you!
A New ‘Before and After’
Read one client’s story about how her perspective on food and her body have changed since discovering, working through, and putting into practice the principles of Intuitive Eating.
Food for Thought for the New Year
2022 has arrived! Here, some things to help you approach this time of year a little differently and to help you set goals and intentions that are more meaningful and lasting.
Values: Your Personal Guide to Your Most Authentic Life
Getting clarification on our core values can give us insight into caring for ourselves in the best way possible and making decisions in the realm of food and movement.
Rethinking How We Talk About Body Size and Health Risk
Part 2 of my two-part series on weight stigma was in the Tallahassee Democrat in May and I realized I didn’t post it here. In this article I talk about anti-fat bias and weight stigma in medical research and media and the research and reporting around weight and COVID-19. You can see the article in…
Stop the Weight Hate
In case you missed my most recent blog post, you can check out a shortened version that ran in Tuesday’s Tallahassee Democrat. Stigma against body size is not helping improve health (tallahassee.com) Part 2 on COVID and Weight is up next. Stay tuned! Here is the full text… I hear the deeply emotional personal stories…
Intuitive Eating: The Path to Food and Body Peace
In this blog post, learn what Intuitive Eating actually is, how it is different, and all the many benefits, plus resources on learning more.