“Diet talk” comes up so often in social situations. Somehow it weaves its way into conversations, questions, and stories, oftentimes without us even realizing it. Diet talk is sneaky – it comes up when you least expect it. Sometimes it disguises itself as a joke or a compliment. Regardless of how it manifests itself, it […]
6 Ways to Start Having Fun With Food
Let’s be real – It can be hard to feel good about having fun with food: our choices, when and if to eat, what to eat. Period. With a culture that glorifies dieting and thinness, thinking of food as a pleasurable experience can be tricky. Diet culture wants us to believe that food must be perfect. Made with […]
When you think of nutrition what words come to mind for you?
With a lot of my clients, I hear all too often that nutrition means learning the idea that certain foods are “healthy and good,” while others are “unhealthy and bad.” All of this with an emphasis on avoiding the foods labeled “unhealthy” and sticking to strict nutrition food rules in an effort to live a […]
Dropping the Judgements at the Door with Health at Every Size®
Respecting the body with a Health at Every Size® (HAES) Approach iLiveWell Nutrition has some exciting news to share! Two of our dietitians will be starting a Health at Every Size® (HAES) FREE Support group. This weekly free support group is kicking off Tuesday, October 2nd, at 6:00 pm, and we wanted to share more […]