Category: education

My Journey to Food Freedom (+ IE Resources)

Hi everyone, I am excited to share this post with you today because it is a topic that I am very passionate about, and one that I get questions about often. I recently partnered up with Athleta on the Plaza in KC to speak about intuitive eating & body acceptance to a group of women

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My Journey to Becoming a Dietitian

Since National Nutrition Month is right around the corner (hint: March), it seemed like the perfect time to talk a little bit about dietitians, AKA the experts in nutrition! I wrote this guest article for Andy the RD‘s blog almost a year ago, and for some reason, I never shared it here on Wellness For The

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My Journey to Wedding Ready Skin

I want to start this post off by saying that I am in no way, shape or form a skin or beauty expert, and that the purpose of this post is solely to explain what I have been through and how I got to where I am now with my skin. What worked for me

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Check Me Out On Further Food!

Hi friends! I have partnered up with Further Food and I am officially a member of their team of Health Experts, which is made up of tons of other Registered Dietitians and nutritionists! (In other words, my fav kind of people! 🙂 ) There are so many awesome things going on at Further Food, which is what made

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Should You Be Gluten-Free?

Over the past few years, the gluten-free diet has become a huge phenomenon and gotten tons of attention as a means to lose weight or eat healthier. Sales of gluten-free products have sky-rocketed and more and more food companies are making and promoting their gluten-free products (even those that were already GF to begin with).

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Taste The Rainbow

Unfortunately, no, I’m not talking about Skittles. I’m talking about fruits and vegetables, but keep reading! Have you ever heard someone say you should “eat the rainbow”? What does that even mean? It means you should consume a variety of different-colored foods, specifically fruits & veggies, and even grains! This is because each color offers a

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