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I am going to start the week on Mondays with questions I commonly get from my clients. Feel free to comment on any questions you would like answered!
Should I say anything to my teen about her food intake? I notice that she is gaining weight and I don’t want her to struggle with weight issues like I did at her age.
This is a common concern that I hear from many parents. Your teen is spending more time away from home — whether at a friend’s house after school or going out with friends on weekends. School is getting more pressure-filled, and some kids eat out of stress, boredom, avoidance, as well as take less time being physically active.
By Erica Leon, MS, RDN, CDN, CEDRD
Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian
Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor
Originally published in Mom Dishes it Out
With the ever-present discussion of the “childhood obesity epidemic,” I asked Dr. Linda Bacon[i], an internationally recognized authority on topics related to nutrition, weight, and health metabolism, to describe exactly how best to approach weight concerns among parents and practitioners alike. Dr. Bacon proposes a major paradigm shift from conventional weight management practices to what is now referred to as “Health at Every Size.”
We are very excited to introduce our mindful meal support program with meal outings, cooking classes and nutrition support with food challenges. Click below for more information, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 693-2174!
It’s January — time for ads about new weight loss programs and products. We even have the release of a new TV show — My Diet is Better Than Yours!
Just last week, the government released its 8th Edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Government Releases the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
These guidelines are the result of a large body of evidence which shows that healthy eating patterns and regular physical activity can help people achieve and maintain good health and reduce the risk of chronic disease throughout all stages of the lifespan. The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans reflects this evidence. See graphic below:
Please welcome Elyse Falk, MS, RD, CDN, to Erica Leon Nutrition!
Elyse is already providing nutrition therapy, as well as individual and group meal support to help clients feel more comfortable around food. Authentic and passionate about helping those with disordered eating patterns, Elyse has worked at the residential program, Monte Nido New York, and at Cedar Associates, a private outpatient eating disorder program. Elyse graduated from Syracuse University and holds a master’s degree in nutritional sciences from New York University.