Today marks the beginning of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. That’s why I’m dedicating this video blog to all of the dietitians (and RDNs to be) who do not specialize in treating eating disorders. Why?
Snacking can support a day of healthful eating — or it can sabotage it! Research suggests that Americans are snacking more than ever, with a recent study indicating that 27 percent of children’s total intake for
I love the theme for this year’s National Nutrition Month: “Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle.” There’s just something about that verb “bite” that feels very active, intentional and strong. It somehow says to me, “Go
Product Reviewed: Dynablend Horsepower Plus As a dietitian, I’m embarrassed to admit that I’ve been way behind the smoothie bandwagon. Sure, I’ve made smoothies before. But over the past year or so, juicing and blending
January is Mental Wellness Month. As a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian, I appreciate the opportunity to write about this important topic. As RDNs, we may have a tendency to think more about the physical
There’s no disputing all the research that links the myriad health benefits of plant-based eating. You don’t have to look any farther than the Academy’s position on vegetarian diets if you feel concerns about the
I was thrilled when the Academy announced this year’s National Nutrition Month theme. To me, “Eat Your Way, Every Day” exemplifies how RDs differ from all of the other health and nutrition coaches out there.
The holidays are a wonderful—and wonderfully stressful—time of year for all of us, but the stress is amplified for anyone struggling with an eating disorder. Numerous celebrations with particularly indulgent food and potentially socially stressful