What do healthy snacks look like? Snacking is SO underrated. Regularly snacking can help you meet your nutritional needs, avoid over-snacking later on, and can help you stay focused and energized. Snacking is so essential, that it is often one of the most common healthy eating habits that we work on with clients.  Why Snacking […]

Eating Disorders, Non-Diet Nutrition, Recipes & Meal Planning, Sports Nutrition, Women's Health

October 12, 2021

What Makes a Healthy Snack?

Image of healthy snack or meal packed with a variety of nutrition foods on a wooden table

By Emma Hesse, Intern & Dietitian Student Life as an athlete is hard, but life as an athlete when your time of competing is over is harder. For most, everything you do is to get better at your sport. Every time you step into the weight room or run a mile you usually aren’t just […]

Eating Disorders, Health at Every Size, Men's Health, Sports Nutrition, Women's Health

August 31, 2021

How to go from Athlete to Intuitive Exercise

By Erin Laverty, RDN, HAES Dietitian w/ ENW  So you’ve decided to say goodbye to chronic dieting & counting calories, you’ve deleted MyFitnessPal off your phone & are excited to finally make peace with food. A HAES (health at every size) dietitian can be an amazing asset in your journey towards food freedom- but it’s […]

Eating Disorders, Health at Every Size, Women's Health

August 5, 2021

5 Reasons Not to Fear Weight Gain… When Working with a HAES Dietitian

By Ashley Dimon, Dietitian & Sports Nutrition Volunteer Summer’s here, and you’re ready to trade in your mittens and snow shovels for sandals and shades. But are you feeling the pressure of the wellness culture? If you’re like me, your social media accounts are being inundated with “health and wellness” tips and videos from celebrities […]

Eating Disorders, Health at Every Size, Non-Diet Nutrition, Sports Nutrition, Uncategorized

June 9, 2021

Sh*t Wellness Culture Tells You…

Written By: Emma Hesse, Student Nutrition Volunteer I have spent most of my life picking apart my body. I can remember starting my first diet around age seven, and that cycle lasted about 14 years. That is a long time for anyone, but especially me since I am only 23. I spent 14 years picking […]

Eating Disorders, Health at Every Size, Non-Diet Nutrition, Uncategorized

May 13, 2021

What Happens When You Stop Dieting FOR GOOD.

Lex Moriarty