As a parent, feeling responsible for your child's health and well-being is natural. But when it comes to your child's body weight (especially if they are in a larger body than you might be comfortable with) or you notice they have gained weight rapidly and are...
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Why we won’t be prescribing to the new American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines
We want to share a critical message with you that is something that will affect so many folks - especially families and children. I’ll be honest, I am so frustrated with some of our progress in so many aspects of how we, as a people, live. Here we are in February...
10 Tips to Help Your Child Develop a Healthy Relationship with Food
Parents! Let's talk about what happens when you comment on food intake, body weight, and body image in front of your children. By Emilie Procario, Dietetic Intern and Erica Leon, MS, RDN It is hard to have any conversations these days that doesn't include some mention...
Recipe for Recovery: Refried Bean Tacos
When you are in Eating Disorder Recovery, eating tasty foods that satisfy you is one of the best ways to make peace with food. This recipe for Refried Bean Tacos is one that is sure to please everyone at the dinner table! It is simple to make and for those wanting a...
Nobody’s Kids Need This Type of Weight Loss and Dieting App – please read and share
Parents - I beg you not to put your kids on diets and delete any tracking apps you find on their phones. Last week, Weight Watchers (well, now called WW) launched an app called Kurbo to “help” parents teach their kids about nutrition and reach a “healthy weight”...
How to Help your Teen Feel Good about Food and Body Image
Has food become the latest battleground in your house? Do you notice your child eating all the time and worry they are gaining too much weight? Having worked as an eating disorder dietitian for the past 20 years, this is a concern I hear from parents all the time....
Kids and Body Shame: Preventing Disordered Eating with Non-diet Approach
As parents, we have to be SO careful about the behaviors we demonstrate in front of children. Kids absorb everything around them, and even subtle diet rules and body shame will seep into their brains, and they will mimic it. We have to do our best to show kids that no...
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