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.
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.
Tips and strategies on approaching the way we think about food and care for ourselves during this holiday season in a more mindful, gentle and caring way
PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is a commonly misunderstood condition that impacts millions of women. PCOS Awareness Month is an opportunity to build understanding and awareness around what is a complex medical condition. Here, empower yourself by learning what PCOS is, what causes it, what the symptoms are, how it is diagnosed. Plus, some suggestions on lifestyle habits to help manage symptoms.
The alternative to dieting and struggling with food and your body is not giving up. There is another way. Intuitive eating helps you let go of the guilt and shame around food and your body and the benefits are transformational!
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.
Are you ready to begin to make peace with food and free yourself from chronic dieting once and for all?
Taking care of ourselves and making self-care a priority isn’t selfish, instead it is an act of love not only for ourselves, but also for the people who care about us and want us to be around as long possible.
Never buy jarred marinara again! Check out this super simple tomato sauce recipe plus six recipes you can make with it.
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…
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…
“We live in a world that labels the body as an enemy to be controlled, instead of our very best friend that deserves care and respect…Hunger is one of the body’s most primal and fundamental needs and honoring it and responding to it is simply an act of basic self-care. .”