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Unlearning Dairy Fear

Unlearning Dairy Fear

I will be the first to say that dairy is awesome and I love it. I understand that some people cannot tolerate dairy products, and for that I am grateful that there are many alternatives available. However, something I work on with my clients is […]

What is Health at Every Size®?

What is Health at Every Size®?

The name Health at Every Size®, also known as HAES®, seems to throw a lot of people off. Many people falsely believe this is an argument that all people in all bodies are healthy which is a hard concept to wrap one’s head around when […]

What is Satisfaction?

What is Satisfaction?

Have you ever felt full after eating but not satisfied? If you’ve ever been able to acknowledge your fullness and still continue eating anyway you may have experienced this. Without satisfaction it is hard to turn off the drive to eat.  Think of fullness as […]

Managing Constipation

Managing Constipation

Poop! Many people find this topic uncomfortable but for Dietitians it can be a daily topic in the workplace. Why, you might ask!? Poop, or stool as we call it in the medical community, is a direct reflection of the health and integrity of the […]

The Underfueled Athlete

The Underfueled Athlete

As a former female athlete, I am passionate about conversations around athletic performance, nutrition, self-care and body image. Here at Pearls of Nutrition we love speaking with athletic teams and encourage coaches, trainers, and parents to include a Registered Dietitian that specializes in athletics and […]

Nutrition & Menstruation

Nutrition & Menstruation

A very common theme that I hear from clients who menstruate is “that time of the month” can present many unique challenges, especially when following a meal plan and/or working to listen to hunger and fullness signals (if you need a refresher on hunger and […]

Eating Disorders 101

Eating Disorders 101

In honor of this year’s National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (February 21st-27th, 2022) we’d like to share some information about eating disorders. This is a time to help educate the public about the realities of eating disorders. This is also a time to continue to […]


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What is Health at Every Size®?

What is Health at Every Size®?

The name Health at Every Size®, also known as HAES®, seems to throw a lot of people off. Many people falsely believe this is an argument that all people in all bodies are healthy which is a hard concept to wrap one’s head around when […]

What is Satisfaction?

What is Satisfaction?

Have you ever felt full after eating but not satisfied? If you’ve ever been able to acknowledge your fullness and still continue eating anyway you may have experienced this. Without satisfaction it is hard to turn off the drive to eat.  Think of fullness as […]

Managing Constipation

Managing Constipation

Poop! Many people find this topic uncomfortable but for Dietitians it can be a daily topic in the workplace. Why, you might ask!? Poop, or stool as we call it in the medical community, is a direct reflection of the health and integrity of the […]

The Underfueled Athlete

The Underfueled Athlete

As a former female athlete, I am passionate about conversations around athletic performance, nutrition, self-care and body image. Here at Pearls of Nutrition we love speaking with athletic teams and encourage coaches, trainers, and parents to include a Registered Dietitian that specializes in athletics and […]

Nutrition & Menstruation

Nutrition & Menstruation

A very common theme that I hear from clients who menstruate is “that time of the month” can present many unique challenges, especially when following a meal plan and/or working to listen to hunger and fullness signals (if you need a refresher on hunger and […]