Category Archives: Humane Nutrition

Lesson two – Meals as love.

If you have any sort of history of food restriction, whether from dieting, or medical stuff, or an eating disorder, or food scarcity of any kind; from financial reasons, or barriers to getting food, or the inability to prepare the food you’ve got – your body is, frankly, not going to trust you. Even after […]

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How to eat, in a nutshell – lesson one: Permission.

French version of this post here, courtesy Stéphanie Potin-Grevrend. I spend a lot of time and energy trying to teach people to eat normally. It’s amazing what a difficult process it can be, and I blame a lot of that on the severely disordered culture we’re all swimming in. It can be a long, drawn-out […]

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Nutrition is a game we play.

Before I completely freak you out with talk of food groups, let me say a couple of things about The Bottom Line when it comes to eating: The bottom line is that you provide yourself the opportunity to eat at regular times. The bottom line is that, at those times, you give yourself free reign […]

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Food you like is food that feels good.

French version of this post here, courtesy Stéphanie Potin-Grevrend. One of my most scandalous messages is that you should eat whatever you want, in whatever amount you want. What scandalizes me is how people often interpret this message. Over and over again, this is how people respond: “I can’t do that because I would eat […]

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