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…

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“We’d like to encourage parents to calm the f%*k down about Halloween Candy.“ This is something we wrote on Facebook years ago, and within a matter of minutes, it had 50 shares. The post went on to say… “Candy is part of the world, candy will be in your child’s life one day, with or…

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“We’d like to encourage parents to calm the f%*k down about Halloween Candy.“ This is something we wrote on Facebook years ago, and within a matter of minutes, it had 50 shares. The post went on to say… “Candy is part of the world, candy will be in your child’s life one day, with or…

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By Dana Sturtevant & Hilary Kinavey In a culture that emphasizes “nutritionism”— a reductionist way of thinking about food that assumes the whole point of eating is to maintain and promote bodily health—it is easy to forget that food is so much more than the sum of its nutrients. The term “nutritionism” has been coined to describe…

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“No! Maybe? Okay, you’re right.”  This is the phrase one client used to describe her experience learning about intuitive eating. The first reaction: No. How could it be? I thought I was doing the right thing by trying to control my food to lose weight. This can’t be true. Restricting and restraining my food cannot…

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