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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 […]

Tuning In to Hunger and Fullness Cues

Tuning In to Hunger and Fullness Cues

Clients often share that they struggle to identify when they are hungry. This can occur for a number of reasons including disordered eating behaviors. Diet culture normalizes ignoring your hunger cues and encourages individuals to reach for a glass of water or gum to see […]

In a Food Rut? Try Lateral Changes

In a Food Rut? Try Lateral Changes

So you’re standing in the grocery aisle or in front of your refrigerator and nothing sounds good. Perhaps your kitchen is even fully stocked and still nothing is jumping out at you. You may only frequent the typical aisles in the store to pick up […]

On The Go Breakfasts

On The Go Breakfasts

Ahh, February is almost here! Tis the season for dark and cold mornings which makes it difficult to peel yourself out of bed. For some, this may make taking the time to think about, let alone, prepare breakfast seem unimaginable. Heck you might even be […]

Celiac Disease 101

Celiac Disease 101

So you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease… now what?  Facing a new diagnosis, a new style of eating and a major lifestyle change can be intimidating. The fact that there is a lot of misinformation circulating in society doesn’t make it any easier. Luckily, I […]

Staying Centered in Quarantine

Staying Centered in Quarantine

About 8 years ago I was on a bus in Australia on the way to the airport. I was making my way through my first trip abroad and I had just missed my flight to New Zealand. I didn’t have a working cell phone and my credit card was […]


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Tuning In to Hunger and Fullness Cues

Tuning In to Hunger and Fullness Cues

Clients often share that they struggle to identify when they are hungry. This can occur for a number of reasons including disordered eating behaviors. Diet culture normalizes ignoring your hunger cues and encourages individuals to reach for a glass of water or gum to see […]

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 […]

In a Food Rut? Try Lateral Changes

In a Food Rut? Try Lateral Changes

So you’re standing in the grocery aisle or in front of your refrigerator and nothing sounds good. Perhaps your kitchen is even fully stocked and still nothing is jumping out at you. You may only frequent the typical aisles in the store to pick up […]

On The Go Breakfasts

On The Go Breakfasts

Ahh, February is almost here! Tis the season for dark and cold mornings which makes it difficult to peel yourself out of bed. For some, this may make taking the time to think about, let alone, prepare breakfast seem unimaginable. Heck you might even be […]

Celiac Disease 101

Celiac Disease 101

So you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease… now what?  Facing a new diagnosis, a new style of eating and a major lifestyle change can be intimidating. The fact that there is a lot of misinformation circulating in society doesn’t make it any easier. Luckily, I […]