How feminism helped me find body peace and inspired me to fight diet culture

This post was written and submitted by Emily Taylor, RD, LDN. Emily Taylor works as an outpatient clinical dietitian in the Greater Boston, MA area. She is a generalist with interests in eating disorders, diabetes management, and IBS/GI symptom management. She is also a recent alumna of the University of Connecticut Coordinated Program in Dietetics,…

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Body Humility: The New Body Positive

The post was written and submitted by Grace Russell. Grace is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian working with clients with eating disorders in both a private practice and an inpatient hospital setting. She is very passionate about reducing the stigma of eating disorders and is currently learning how to weave body image practices into her work. In her…

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Member Spotlight: Vincci Tsui, RD, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Yoga Teacher

We are all on our own path and it’s really about constantly unlearning and learning, and keeping an open heart and mind. – Vincci Tsui Lucky for her clients, Vincci chose the career of a dietitian, intuitive eating counselor and yoga teacher – she found her passion and is making a difference in the lives…

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Deconstructing the Stigma Around Bigger Bodies and Eating Disorders

The media’s portrayal of eating disorders is riddled with stereotypes. These exclusionary understandings fuel the illusion that people experiencing eating disorders look only one way, obscuring the reality that people of all genders, races, incomes, body sizes, sexual orientations, and abilities struggle with food and body disturbances. Receiving an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment can…

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