The silly season is here! While this time of year calls for celebration, it can also be stress inducing and lead to feelings and guilt and shame for indulging in food. This can start the silly season diet cycle.
It’s normal to think about food. However, when your mind is overrun with food chatter, these thoughts become extremely frustrating. Find out how to turn down the volume on food thoughts.
Planning your meals for the week can feel overwhelming when you are trying to put together nutritionally balanced meals. Keep reading for 5 dietitian tips that will simplify meal planning.
Whether you are recovering from an eating disorder or considering your health, many people want to know what their healthy weight is. Unfortunately, common tools like the BMI teach us that everyone should fall into a narrow weight range to be considered healthy. I invite you to consider another approach called your set-point weight.
The BMI has been used for decades as a simple tool to assess a person’s health risk. However, this simple tool has some major problems. Let’s explore where the BMI came from and why it needs to go.
Food is an integral part of our survival and when access to food is limited our body responds is physiological, mental, and emotional ways. This response to deprivation can lead to binge eating.
Feeling tired or struggling to concentrate? It could be the mid-year slump or it may be an iron deficiency.
Low iron affects 1 in 10 pre-menopausal women in Australia and is a topic I talk to my clients about frequently. So why is low iron so common among women and what can you do about it?
When you think of ways you can improve your health what comes to mind? For many people, the answer is weight loss. But what if I told you that weight loss is not the guaranteed ticket to health we have been promised?
The aim of the non-diet approach is to foster a healthy relationship with food without seeking to lose weight or change your body composition. It allows us to recognise and respect our body’s natural hunger and fullness signals without the restrictive rules of dieting.
We all know Gwyneth Paltrow makes some interesting choices in the name of wellness. But her recent appearance on The Art of Being Well with Will Cole led to some concerning revelations around what she eats.