In this episode, I’m talking about Body Kindness in the family with a fellow HAES dietitian and mom, Anna Lutz. You’ll hear us chat about topics like how to approach food at home that supports HAES and why it is never a good idea to label foods as good or bad, how to support kids of all sizes, how to talk about yourself and others’ bodies with kids, how to talk to children about nutrition at a developmentally appropriate level.
Anna is a Nutrition Therapist based in Raleigh, NC and she specializes in eating disorders and pediatric/family nutrition. She studied Psychology at Duke University and she has a .Master of Public Health degree in Nutrition from The University of North Carolina.
Anna is passionate about family feeding and the non-diet approach in dietetics as well as how schools can “do no harm” in their nutrition education. She blogs at SunnySideUpNutrtition.com
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Enrollment for the next round of MEND is opening soon – it’s my course on radical self acceptance with author of Beautiful You, Rosie Molinary. In this 6 week virtual workshop we’ll focus on the process of building radical self acceptance. We will have a live call, Facebook group and videos with reflection material to do on your own time.
In the meantime, we invite you to start with our FREE mini course — Connect — to help you befriend your body and begin to mend. Click here to sign up! We’ll also let you know when MEND enrollment opens.
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Registration is open for the September HAES Care for Diabetes support groups! If you’re worried about your diabetes or pre-diabetes risk or diagnosis, or other related metabolic-type condition and how best to care for yourself with nutrition, we can help. Get loads of support in a small group setting, with the goal of helping you feel good about your self care plans, led by myself and Glenys Oyston, RDN. Join us here.
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