Help Your Kids to Have a Healthy Relationship with Food

The eating habits your children form when they are young will likely persist into adulthood, so setting a good example now is important. A healthy relationship with food means being able to take pleasure in eating while also listening to the body’s hunger cues. By teaching healthy habits, and modeling these behaviors yourself, you can … Continue reading Help Your Kids to Have a Healthy Relationship with Food

Incorporating Yoga into Nutrition Practice

Over the last several years, dietitians have been increasingly recommending that their patients incorporate yoga and mindfulness into daily practice to improve overall wellness.  Yoga has been around for more than 5,000 years, but has been steadily gaining popularity in the United States more recently. Since 2012, the number of Americans who practice yoga has … Continue reading Incorporating Yoga into Nutrition Practice

Mindfulness: building a better relationship with your food

Food, nutrition, body image, and self-acceptance are intricately and sometimes complexly intertwined. Our busy lifestyles can blur our relationship with food. We are often so hurried that breakfast gets skipped or eaten on the way to work, lunch disappears in front of a computer screen, and we are lucky if dinner is at a real … Continue reading Mindfulness: building a better relationship with your food