4 Common Myths about HAES (Health At Every Size)

4 Common Myths about HAES (Health At Every Size)

While health can be shaped by genetics and lifestyle factors, it is also influenced by access to food, housing and health care as well as gender, race, working conditions, employment status, income level and more. Although many of these social determinants of health...

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6 Reminders for Eating During Quarantine

6 Reminders for Eating During Quarantine

Being in quarantine is hard. We are bombarded daily with messages about what to do, how to thrive, what to feel and what to eat. With stress abound, eating habits that you have been cultivating may change. That is okay. And even though we are all isolated, getting...

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How to Support Yourself During the COVID-19 Pandemic

How to Support Yourself During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Someone once told me that the Chinese character for “crisis” is actually composed of two characters: the first one signifying “danger” and the other meaning “opportunity.”  The way I feel about the current state of things actually goes back and forth, between “danger”...

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National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Next week (Feb 24-Mar 1) is National Eating Disorders Awareness (#NEDAwareness) Week. NEDA week is a movement to raise awareness and support for those affected by eating disorders.  Eating disorders are a serious but treatable mental illness that can affect people of...

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Getting to the Core of the Apple

Getting to the Core of the Apple

"An apple a day keeps the doctor away." So the old saying goes and it might possibly be true. However, what kind of apples are you eating? How are you eating them? How are you storing them? It all matters. Modern apples were first domesticated 3000 years ago from the...

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