Nutrition can be very confusing. Especially when we involve diet culture into the mix. On a daily basis we receive so much information about the choices we “should or shouldn’t” be making about our nutrition. Learning the basics of nutrition allows us to make better informed choices about our choices and the nourishment we are choosing.
Research has shown teenagers can spend up to 7.5 hour daily on their phone (not including school work)!! Let’s say your teenage is following healthy, body positive influencers (which you closely monitor), the algorithm is set up in a way that will also potentially show disordered eating or eating disorder behavior, without even flagging it as a disordered behavior.
For those who are going through an eating disorder and decide to go through recovery, they require very specific and personalized help with an interdisciplinary team. The team will consist of a medical doctor, therapist, and dietitian. Along with the interdisciplinary team, it should also be noted that family and friends are crucial for positive support.
Hello! I’m Elizabeth Beil, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who specializes in helping others in a non-judgmental way, develop food relationships to make you feel happier and healthier. My food physiology, is simple. It is just food. Without the use of counting calories and feeling like you’re on a “diet” we will make changes which will …