Like for many other fellow dietitians, my career choice was largely impacted by an increased interest in nutrition due to personal struggles around food and eating habits. My relationship with food was pretty good until the teenage years, when, like most teenagers, I became hyper-conscious about my appearance and whether it fits into the diet… Continue reading My intuitive eating journey
Holiday rash is picking this time around, when we are trying to meet the deadlines and accomplish as much as possible while getting ready for the holidays. In the midst of all this chaos of running around, finding perfect gifts for everyone and planning perfect parties, it’s quite easy to forget about the most important… Continue reading 3 gifts to give yourself in the new year
Productivity, deliverables, results, multitasking, efficiency, achievements, faster, better, more.... Photo by Daria Shevtsova on Pexels.com It’s hard to stay present in the moment, when you are constantly being reminded you have to deliver, try harder, and you are not doing or being enough. Breakfast on-the-go (or not at all), lunch in front of a computer… Continue reading Mindful eating
Photo by Markus Spiske temporausch.com on Pexels.com Diet culture can be so pervasive, that even when you are ready to disengage from it, it can find you almost anywhere you go, triggering your ambivalence and pushing your vulnerability buttons. Here are some steps you can take to help yourself staying away from the diet culture… Continue reading 5 ways to distance yourself from diet culture
Not sure if it was a coincidence, but the last scale I have ever owned broke about 7 years ago - just around the time I started to immerse myself in exploring the intuitive eating weight neutral philosophy. It happened soon after I gave birth to my younger child, so I did not have to… Continue reading Do you let numbers determine your worth?
What comes to your mind when you hear the words “Clean Eating”?I associate this phrase with the following:💦washing your food before cooking and eating💦 avoiding eating spoiled and expired products💦 not eating from the floor (the 5-seconds rule is a fake, after all)All jokes aside, but this trend has become quite popular in the past… Continue reading “Clean” Eating
Resource development on various nutrition related topicsPublic speaking - for media / corporations / public institutionsGuest speaking / group facilitationCooking demonstrations / activitiesLunch-and-Learn sessions on various nutrition topics, such as: Mindful Eating Nutrition and shift work Healthy eating on a budget Nutrition for caregivers Feeding your family / menu planning Other topics Health and wellness… Continue reading Collaboration
We are born with a unique ability to regulate our hunger and fullness states. As babies, we were able to recognize our basic body need to be fed and communicate it to our environment, knowing that this need will be respected and attended to. Later in life, however, there are many factors that may interfere… Continue reading What is Intuitive Eating?
I truly believe, that empathy is one of the most vital traits in a healthcare professional. As dietitians, we want to be helpful to people who come to us. Having a large arsenal of suggestions and ideas in mind, we are often eager to share them with a clients, to help solve their issues. However,… Continue reading About empathy
I am excited to announce the release of a new resource of the Canadian Celiac Association I was working on for the past few months. The new workbook will help families with children diagnosed with CD navigate their journey of adjustment to a new diagnosis. The workbook is accompanied by a series of videos with… Continue reading Growing Up Celiac