What happens when you allow all foods? When foods are not good or bad?
If you’re a podcast-lover or Instagram-scroller, hear me out. What happens if we like, follow, and subscribe to more HAES-loving, science-backed, anti-diet channels? Not only could we fill our feeds with nourishing content while supporting awesome creators, but we could also start to drown out some of that diet culture noise.
Unapologetic Eating. This concept of eating without apology comes up often, both in my office and my personal life.
Do you feel you need to hide your food or eat in secret? Here’s my quick take on Geneen Roth’s new book about emotional eating.
Exploring recent books by Geneen Roth, ” This Messy Magnificent Life” and “When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull Up a Chair.”
There are hundreds of articles with lists of carbs that you “should” and “shouldn’t” eat, pitting them off against each other like some fight to the death.
Carbs and weight are not the enemy. PCOS is not caused by weight or by carbs. You can be at peace with your body while managing your health.
Binge eating disorder is often connected to restrictive eating (dieting), weight stigma, and a lifelong mind frame we call “diet mentality.
We have been told that weight impacts health more than any other factor. That is why the diet industry is now worth $72 billon per year.