Somewhere between the macros and the carbs and the ketones, we forgot what it means to eat for pleasure. Here are three gentle ideas for bringing some happy back into your meals.
Food = good. Emotions = good. Emotional eating can be a beautiful act of self care.
Halloween used to be fun. But for many of us, it can bring up stressful feelings around body image and food choices. Here’s how to get a little bit of that spooky magic back.
Nourishing yourself is about so much more than the energy in the food you eat.
A new federal law will soon require chain restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops, gas stations, and even movie theatres to post calorie counts in prominent positions. The lawmakers claim that the reason for this new legislation, which took effect the last week of May, is to help Americans eat “healthier” and “make better food choices.” I’m putting these two concepts in quotations because I’m just not buying what they’re selling. This law is unnecessary at best and damaging at worst. Here’s why.
In the interview Holli shares with us some of her experiences as a parent who's teaching her children how to eat and live intuitively. But she's also opening up about her own recovery story, and the connections between depression and her eating disorder.