Weight Watchers New Teen Marketing Plan

We hope that you have heard about Weight Watcher’s (WW) new plan to offer free memberships to teens age 13-17.   We are disturbed and outraged. This is predatory marketing. This is not about health. “Lifestyle change” rooted in the desire to change the size, shape and weight of the body is still a diet. Virgie Tovar just wrote a … Continued

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Nourishing Bites

We don’t know about you, but we are SO ready to move beyond the whole mess of tiring New Years’ rhetoric masked as “resolutions” and “intentions”.  This is such an important time to make consistent, frequent connections with the freedom and spaciousness of the Body Trust® message. So we thought we’d celebrate the move into February by sharing some of … Continued

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The Whole30 is Over, Now What?

The Whole30®—that’s what we’ve heard about the most this year. It seems to be one of the big diet trends right now. That’s right, we called it a diet. Many don’t think the Whole30 is a diet. The truth? Lots of programs out there are diets in disguise. We recently came across a meme titled “Diet Buzz Words: Words that … Continued

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Cha…cha…cha…changes…

We, as an organization, are ever evolving. We are changing. We are growing.   We recently updated our manifesto to better reflect our values and the work we do at Be Nourished. We see how our firmest beliefs have evolved over the 12 years we’ve been talking about Body Trust®. We know more now. We don’t want to talk about … Continued

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There is No Code

It is common for people fairly new in their exploration of a Body Trust® approach to food, weight, and health to find themselves returning to a familiar weight loss program or plan in the New Year. It is also extremely common for people to realize within the first week of the New Year that they cannot do it any longer. … Continued

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