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Erica Leon Nutrition
I'm an eating disorder dietitian & intuitive eating coach who helps people make peace w/ food. NEW FREE online program: Dip Your Toes Into Intuitive eating
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Erica Leon Nutrition 10 Sep 18
How we can approach movement in a way that supports our own self-care and helps us fight back against this harmful, diet-culture driven phenomenon.
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Erica Leon Nutrition May 15
We've all been inundated with contradictory, confusing nutrition information. Don't Fear your Food!
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Cara Harbstreet, RD Nov 19
Everything you need to know about dieting: don’t That’s it. That’s the tweet
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Food Psych Podcast Nov 19
New episode w/ fellow dietitian Kimmie Singh AKA on the role of reframing beauty ideals in eating-disorder recovery, the lack of fat representation in dietetics & , and so much more. Check it out here:
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Kirsten Ackerman, RD Nov 19
To : 1. Diets STILL don’t work 2. Diets don’t promote health 3. Weight loss *is not* the answer to happiness or worthiness Please stop promoting something that causes deep harm.
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Haley Goodrich RD Nov 18
Standing on a scale in public isn’t brave, inspiring, admirable or commendable. It’s not a way for women to commiserate or find community, rather it perpetuates weight stigma, encourages disordered eating and poor body image.
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Shira Rose Nov 19
Replying to @theshirarose
How sad is it that what could be the simplest act- feeding ourselves- has become so damn complicated?
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Shira Rose Nov 19
Replying to @theshirarose
It’s just another diet to shrink our bodies while pretending it’s for health. No one needs to cut out entire food groups & starve for hours for “health.” Our bodies need a variety of foods at regular intervals but continues to make eating so damn complicated.
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Shira Rose Nov 19
Replying to @theshirarose
OH. So public weekly weigh ins on a scale is to “feel less sluggish”? Can’t we just be honest for a second please? Because would you continue your intermittent fasting keto paleo sadness if you weren’t losing a single pound? 🤔 Asking for a friend.
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Beth Rosen MS RD CDN Nov 19
We are so much more than our bodies Why continue to perpetuate diet culture when you have the platform to help set us free from it? Do you want your daughters fasting, or listening to their own inner wisdom for feeding their bodies?
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Erica Leon Nutrition Nov 19
Replying to @samdylanfinch
You may not know me personally but I am crying 😢 I am so happy for you 🙏🏻
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Erica Leon Nutrition Nov 19
Your worth is not valued by getting things checked off of your to-do list! We often feel like we always have to be producing and leveling up in order to be worthy. But the truth is that you are worthy just by existing.
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Erica Leon Nutrition Apr 19
Feeling ashamed for doing everything “perfectly,” only to “blow it” by overeating? My FREE ebook can help you get off the DIET Roller Coaster.
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Erica Leon Nutrition 14 May 18
Recovery from disordered eating takes time and patience and using a values-based approach can help you identify your reasons for recovery.
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Erica Leon Nutrition Jul 23
Did you know that 13.5% of athletes have been clinically diagnosed with an eating disorder?
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Erica Leon Nutrition Nov 16
Can Mindfulness Help me Make Peace with Food and my Body Image? via
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Erica Leon Nutrition Apr 26
Tired of counting, measuring, and thinking about food as either “Good” or “Bad”? Try these 3 Steps to Get Off the Diet Roller Coaster (for good)!
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Erica Leon Nutrition Apr 4
Your value as a human is not size or health-status dependent! If you’ve been wrapped up in getting to a certain size or performing health for the approval of others, here’s your reminder: you do NOT have to tie your worth up in these arbitrary, uncontrollable factors.
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Erica Leon Nutrition Mar 29
We as eating disorder professionals MUST confront our own internalized fatphobia, and how weight bias might be sneaking its way into our treatment methods, or we are contributing to the harm our clients experience in this world on a daily basis.
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Erica Leon Nutrition Jul 22
Here is an easy French Toast developed by Diana Ushay, Lead Recovery Coach at Monte Nido & Affiliates Meal Coach Eating Disorder Recovery Specialists.
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