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How Shaking My Hips Healed My Body Image

Growing up, I was never the most graceful one. I was the one (and still am a little) to trip over my feet, fall over, or drop things. I never enjoyed dancing growing up as a kid, through high school, or even in college (unless shots were involved), and I stuck to running as a…

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The Power of Vulnerability: Share your Story

Share your Story: The Power of Vulnerability

To many clients, the goal is to ‘stop binging,’ break up with diets, or stop thinking about food all the time. I get it – binging (or whatever it is) is uncomfortable, feels totally out of control, and full of shame. Yet, binging is not a ‘bad’ thing. A lot of times, it’s a really…

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Katie Dalebout: Challenging Beauty Standards (interview)

Katie Dalebout: Challenging Beauty Standards (interview)

Katie’s podcast was one of the first ones I discovered, and I quickly proceeded to devour nearly all the episodes. With Katie’s fun, playful, and curious personality and her awesome and diverse guests, her podcast is one to look forward to each week! Plus, with a name like Wellness Wonderland, it’s not hard to get excited…

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The Important Difference Between Intuitive Eating & Real Food

How to Combine Intuitive Eating & Real Food Eating

When I started focusing on Intuitive Eating, I was in school getting my nutrition degree. There’s no talk about intuitive eating in a nutrition program. In fact, besides nutrition counseling, it’s all facts and science-based. On a side note, this is great because nutrition IS a science, and understanding anatomy, biochemistry, and medical nutritional therapy gives me a…

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Why Eating Disorder Awareness Matters

Several months ago, a new acquaintance and I were chatting, and it came up that I’m a dietitian who works with clients with eating disorders. She made a comment along the lines of “Oh, maybe my niece needs an eating disorder to lose weight.” It was just a passing comment to her that didn’t mean…

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5 Winter Wellness Tips: Self-Care for Women

Self-Care: 5 Winter Wellness Tips for Women

I have a love-hate relationship with winter. Up in Vermont, winter can last, oh like… 6 months of the year. It’s cold, dark, and can be rather gloomy at times. Yet, it’s also so beautiful when there’s a new snowstorm, the trees are glistened with snow, and it’s pure white outside. As long as it’s…

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