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Nutrition Psychology

Spin the Wheel of Wellbeing: A Holistic Approach For Clinicians

As Nutrition Professionals, we are well aware of the intricate relationship between food and overall well-being. It goes beyond just counting calories or prescribing meal plans; it involves understanding the holistic nature of an individual and the significant interconnection of factors impacting them. Enter the

A Dietitian’s Guide to Supporting Family Nutrition

As a dietitian or nutritionist, you’re well aware of the critical role parents and guardians play in shaping their family’s eating habits and overall nutrition. However, when it comes to family nutrition, supporting caregivers effectively requires more than just dispensing dietary advice or regurgitating science—it

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The Fool Proof Guide To Braving Difficult Conversations

As a nutrition professional, you may find yourself faced with difficult conversations with clients or colleagues. Moreover these conversations can be uncomfortable and overwhelming, but they are often necessary for positive change and to maintain healthy relationships. What’s more, tough conversations can trigger your flight,

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7 red flags of poor body image in men

Are you a dietitian or nutritionist feeling unsure of how to identify poor body image in men? You’re not alone.  Poor body image in men is a challenging thing to spot. It’s something that’s not often talked about due to the stigma around eating disorders

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Working with Adolescent Athletes

From busy day syndrome, supporting their needs through a time of change and growth to nurturing their relationship with food and body image, and more, there is a lot to consider when working with the adolescent athlete. Adolescent Atheltes and Body Image How our athletes
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The State of Men’s Health

Health and Performance are More Than Just Visible Abs We need to change the conversation of Men’s Health into something so much bigger. The first part of this is to stop presenting numbers of mass or extremely low body fat % as the epitome of