Category: social media

Non-Diet New Year’s Resolutions

It’s already that time again. A New Year is right around the corner, which means it’s time for everyone to publicly declare all the ways in which they plan to improve themselves in the next 365 days. Unfortunately, most resolutions these days have to do with weight loss or cutting certain things out of the

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Passion vs. Obsession: When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

I have always been a huge perfectionist; that’s something that will probably never change. In some cases it has actually been beneficial. I did really well in school because it was important to me. I didn’t just do it for the grade (although that helped), but I did it because of what I believed it said

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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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Social Media & Body Image: Helpful or Harmful?

Today’s society thrives on social media. We have countless outlets on which we can share anything and everything we want through photos, videos, stories, and status posts. There’s Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Pinterest, YouTube, blogs & so much more. It’s that wonderful freedom of speech thing we have going on here in America. But are these sites

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