Professionally, calories are a way of quantifying the energy value of foods. Calories are necessary to sustain life. Personally, calories shmalories! I could easily figure out how many calories I eat on a daily basis, and I could easily tell you how many calories are in any given […]
Christina Frangione, MS, RD, CDN, RYT
Christina Frangione, MS, RD, CDN, RYT is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in Centerport, NY helping clients with eating disorders and disordered eating recover their relationship with food and their body. She utilizes a Health at Every Size® approach and supports Intuitive Eating and knows that while she is the food and nutrition expert, you are the expert of your body and life.
We’ve all had bad days. Sometimes it’s just one thing on top of another on top of another. Things can really suck. BUT This doesn’t necessarily mean our lives suck. Life is pretty wonderful. But maybe not every day. Hold on to those good days. Ready to […]
First of all, lapses in recovery happen. They happen at 3 days in, or at 300 days in. And each time you’re going to have to make a conscious choice to start over. Here’s 5 ways to move on after a lapse.
We often turn to maladaptive coping behaviors in order to anesthetize painful feelings. That’s where things like drugs, eating disorders, self harm, alcohol, etc. come into play. Feelings can suck, who can blame you for wanting to avoid them? But if you’re ever going to truly live life, […]
What’s your dream? What’s holding you back? No, I mean what’s REALLY holding you back? Is it your fears? Your insecurities? Get out of your own way, friend. It’s time to start living the life you want and the life you deserve. That might mean accepting help or […]
20 Things Women with Eating Disorders Want Their Healthcare Professionals to Know About Working with Clients with Eating Disorders
I asked women (no men happened to respond) with eating disorders/in recovery what they wanted future dietitians to know about working with clients with eating disorders. The following list is also helpful for nurses, doctors, therapists, teachers, fitness instructors, and anyone else who will ever work with clients/individuals with eating disorders.