Beyond Intention: Impact Matters When Talking About Weight Science

This post was written and submitted by Hannah Frazee. Hannah is a junior at the University of Iowa who is rooted in the Health at Every Size paradigm and is especially interested in studying how systemic oppression impacts health outcomes. You can connect with her on Instagram at @haesrd2be Health at Every Size (HAES) practitioners…

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…

Member Spotlight: Linda Tucker, Certified Health Coach and Intuitive Eating Counselor

EDRDpro is pleased to introduce you to Linda Tucker! Although our continuing education and professional support is primarily geared toward registered dietitians, as a group we welcome all types of providers to join and learn from our expert speakers. Linda is a health coach and intuitive eating counselor who brings a great deal of value…

Uncovering Where Medical Nutrition Therapy, Intuitive Eating, and HAES®️ Collide

  This guest post was written by Lauren Newman. Follow Lauren on instagram @gofeedyourself_ As a dietetic intern and HAES (Health at Every Size®) advocate, I’m in an usual position: I’ve spent the past several years learning from a weight-normative paradigm in classes, while simultaneously educating myself on a weight-inclusive one on my own time.…