If you're anticipating more trips to the pool, it may put more focus on your appearance and make you feel more self-conscious about your body. Here's how to support a positive body image during the summer months and beyond.
It’s easy to blame yourself when you don't follow through on New Year's resolutions. However, it may not be you; it might just be your goal. It’s probably either unrealistic or you're trying to tackle too much too soon.
It is possible to raise resilient, body-positive kids even in our thin-obsessed culture. Helping a child respect and feel confident about his or her body is no small feat, but it's definitely possible. Here are three tips to help.
It's possible to care about eating well without feeling overly preoccupied and worried about food. In addition to what you know, here are four mindset shifts that can help you care about what you eat without caring too much.
When it comes to nutrition, there are a lot of opinions, ideas and personal experiences shared among friends — whether in conversations, at gatherings or on social media. But here are 10 things nutrition experts want you to know.
At the heart of feeding concerns is a misunderstanding, or lack of belief, that kids can effectively self-moderate their food choices. Children will naturally create nutritionally adequate food patterns as long as they aren't pressured into it.
For years, health professionals have tried to boil nutrition down to calories in and calories out, particularly when discussing concerns about weight. It seems appealing to make it that clear-cut but is it accurate?
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week is February 25-March 3. This year's theme "Come As You Are" sends a message to individuals at all stages of body acceptance and eating disorder recovery that their stories are valid and need to be heard.
The theory of food addiction is controversial. Despite what mainstream media or mosts health gurus have led us to believe, the research to date is inconclusive. But your struggles with food are valid. Here are some things to consider.
The holidays come with a lot to celebrate, which could mean an abundance of food. If you feel overwhelmed with food during this time of the year, here are three tools to put you in charge of your food choices.
School is in and weeknights are now full of homework, practices, lessons and commitments. Evenings may feel rushed and chaotic and it's easy for dinner to feel that way too. Here are recipes that will nourish your family with little time commitment.
These days, we are taught to be suspicious of our hunger cues. Many people wonder if what they perceive as hunger could actually be boredom, dehydration or emotional eating. Here are some things to consider when evaluating hunger cues.