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Veganism and Eating Disorders: Facts and Fiction

  Veganism is a social justice movement which aims to eliminate animal exploitation and suffering as far as is possible and practicable.  Because billions of animals are commodified and killed for food each year, boycotting animal agriculture is a core part of veganism. As an ethical ... READ the POST

15 Lessons from My First Year of Being a Full-Time Private Practice Dietitian

One year ago I quit my full-time job to work for myself as a private practice dietitian. This first year of business included growth, big changes, some overwhelm, lots of questions, and most importantly - so many learning experiences! I can’t believe it’s already been a year since I started ... READ the POST

Body Liberation Must Be Anti-Racist

Learn about the link between racism, fat phobia and diet culture and why speaking up against racism needs to be a part of speaking up against body shaming and dieting. Real talk: I’ve been delaying publishing a post like this because I feel like I don’t know enough, haven’t taken enough ... READ the POST

40 Self-Care Ideas for When You’re Stuck at Home

Before we dive into discussing how you can engage in self-care, it’s important to consider what self-care means to you. Self-care looks different for everyone, and it changes from day to day depending on what’s going on for you and what resources you have accessible. Don’t use anyone else as a ... READ the POST

The Intersection of Feminism and Body Liberation

This post contains some affiliate links to books I reference or recommend. Feminism is an important topic that relates to body image and dieting. Because diet culture is rooted in patriarchy, it’s worth exploring sexism and its role in body politics. Before we dive in, I want to acknowledge ... READ the POST

How to Eat More Veggies Without Getting Sucked into Diet Culture

Want to eat more veggies but worried that means you’re “dieting?” Your concern is valid, given the way diet mentality infiltrates our food decisions. There’s nothing inherently diet-y about vegetables, but they’ve been co-opted by diet culture and can trigger dieting thoughts and behaviors. These ... READ the POST