Join Dietitian Christina Frangione and Therapist Dena Cardillo for weekly virtual 60 minute process groups for folks 18+ in eating disorder recovery.
If you’re working on becoming an Intuitive Eater, or if you’re familiar with the principles, you’re probably aware that emotional eating is not an inherently bad thing or something to overly concern yourself about trying to stop. Eating with emotion or in response to emotion is a fully human experience. However, you may be wondering, isn’t it bad if I’ve been eating emotionally every day since March 2020 and it doesn’t seem to be getting better now that it’s 2021?
In the inaugural video for my series of cooking videos for building intuitive eaters, we join chef Lauren Bialkowski in preparing a super fast, satisfying, nutritious, and delicious meal of overnight oats!
This is a letter to my fellow non-black dietitians and people in the anti-diet/eating disorder space.
Check in with your friends (and especially your kids) using this time during lockdown to get “healthier”.
This intention, while usually innocent, can very often lead to disordered eating or even eating disorders (or relapse of an existing ED).
When “not all foods fit”, you may have already done countless elimination diets, food trials, or allergy tests. You may not have found your trigger foods yet, or the foods might change daily. One thing’s for sure; eating is not simple. Maybe you’ve been tempted by promises of detoxes or super “clean” eating which willContinue reading “4 Reasons Why Processed Foods Can and Should Fit Into Your Diet”