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?
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If Your Diet is Working for You, Then I’m Truly Happy For You and You Keep Doing You
One of the misconceptions about anti-diet dietitians is that we dislike all diets and all people who diet. This, of course is just not true. Being anti-diet is being anti- diet culture and anti- oppression of people who feel the only way they can be accepted in society is to punish their bodies endlessly with restrictive diets.
Expensive Alkaline Water is Not Going to Solve All of Your Problems
Expensive water which claims to solve all of your problems? Probably a good idea to pass on that!
Weight Stigma Hurts us All (Yes, Even if You’re in a Smaller Body)
Weight stigma, which is discrimination or stereotyping based on a person’s weight hurts everyone, not just people in larger bodies.
The Only Careful Eating You Need This Thanksgiving
I was in a yoga class the other day and the instructor wished everyone a happy upcoming Thanksgiving and she cautioned us all to “be careful” about our food choices. Um…. what?! Be careful? Be careful about what? We could assume she meant be careful you don’t eat “too much” or eat “bad foods”, but I like this new list of the only things you need to be careful about when eating on Thanksgiving. Be careful your food isn’t held at improper temperatures, be careful the food you’re eating is free of your allergens, and be careful you’re not eating according to diet rules.
Dear Fitness Studios…
I went to a fitness studio this summer that was really great. It was clean, well priced, had friendly staff, great location, good hours, and the classes were energizing and fun. The only problem was that diet culture was pervasive before, during, and after class. The studio’s social media is filled with before and afterContinue reading “Dear Fitness Studios…”