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Where will you be on Jan 1st?

It's here! The start of my totally FREE holiday health challenge! I can't wait to start helping women change the conversation around food and health so they can thrive over the holidays and start 2020 on their terms. It’s totally free, self-paced and full of support and content. In case you missed it this weekend,... Continue Reading →

The three numbers that have ruled your life for far too long

Here you are again. Standing naked on top of a white metal scale, hoping for a different response. The three numbers you saw a minute ago were far too high. Maybe if you're naked it will be different. It isn't. Frustration rolls in. Anger at yourself for eating that piece of candy you knew you... Continue Reading →

Simple Swaps for Success – Breakfast

I thought it would be fun to start a series called simple swaps for success. These are easy and affordable changes you can make to your diet on a daily basis. These simple changes will add up over time and lead to huge changes in your weight, energy level and overall health. With each one... Continue Reading →

Want to Live A Long, Healthy Life? Be Optimistic!

Modern medicine is pretty amazing. The things we can do to save people was quite profound. Working in the hospital I see it every.single.day. But one thing that is so striking is how I can walk into the room of a 60 year old and be starting a conversation about going to a nursing home... Continue Reading →

The Mind-blowing Answer to “How to Eat a Healthy Diet”

Whenever people hear I’m a dietitian, they often make comments like -  “Oh that’s so cool! I wish medical school spent more time on this. I know nothing about diet.” “I bet you have so much knowledge for your patients! They must all be so healthy!” "Awesome! I just started a _[enter fad diet]_!" “Don’t... Continue Reading →

Beauty to Prevent Breast Cancer

I am so stinking excited to have my friend Heather Vitone here for today's guest post! As many of you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. You can't go far without seeing pink and hearing about all things breast cancer. Sometimes all this desensitizes us to the issue, but this all-to-prevalent disease needs to... Continue Reading →

Teaching Kids to Love Their Bodies

Dozens of studies have looked at how children view their bodies and when the best age to intervene would be to promote body satisfaction. It appears this can occur as young as 7-9 years old. My graduate school thesis was on this very topic and was shocked how many children in kindergarten and first grade... Continue Reading →

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