Tag: health at every size

It’s Okay to Want to Change Your Body

The non-diet, Health at Every Size message may say that you don’t need to change your body to be happy or healthy, but wanting to change your body isn’t wrong. It isn’t bad. It doesn’t mean you’re vain or have the wrong priorities. It’s completely normal at times to want to change your body. You may want to lose weight, have a smaller nose, bigger butt or breasts, bigger biceps, more chiseled abs, tanner skin, lighter hair, etc. etc.

Every Body Deserves to Dress However They Want to Be Comfortable in the Summer Heat

Every. Body. Every shape, every size. Bodies with scars, stretch marks, cellulite, acne, rashes, ostomies, feeding tubes, insulin pumps, tattoos, or piercings. All bodies deserve to be comfortable and now that it’s summer in the northern hemisphere, that means wearing shorts, tank tops, bathing suits, dresses, t-shirts, and […]

Why This Non-Diet Dietitian Still Cares About Your Diet

“I don’t care about your diet”. I’ve made posts like this before, but I always want to add an asterisk. I don’t care about society’s newest diet for weight loss or to live longer. I don’t care about the fads and the gimmicks.
However, even as a non-diet dietitian who doesn’t care about these diets, I most certainly care about my clients’ diets. Your diet helps make up who you are.