A Year of Being Nourished

May 14, 2012

Last week, I attended a wellness fair at a local university in which I hosted a table introducing people to Be Nourished along side co-founder and dietitian, Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD. I was tentative at first, nervous I wasn’t going to be able to properly explain and give insight into the tenets of Health At…

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The Size of Your Doctor?

April 19, 2012

by Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC Did you see this little article in the New York Times magazine on 3/18/12? “How Fat Is Your Doctor” By Hope Reeves “In addition to the hassles and indignities they face on a daily basis, it turns out that overweight people also may not make very good doctors — at least when it…

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The Real Problem with Body Acceptance

August 17, 2011

Last week Jess Weiner, a well-known speaker in the arena of body acceptance and self esteem wrote an article and had a Today show appearance to discuss how health and body acceptance collided in her life. Her article has sparked debate in the Health at Every Size® community, and you can read some of the responses…

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Reaching a Natural Healthy Weight

July 7, 2011

Our experience has shown us that to eventually get to your natural healthy weight, you need to loosen up on yourself and treat your body with respect. My work with patients around weight began as a research dietitian – over a period of about seven years I helped participants in clinical trials make lifestyle changes…

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