We have some media appearances, both current and future, about which we are excited.
As mentioned in Practice News below, BuzzFeed recently featured us in one of their pieces.
Pablo Sandoval and his "weight problem" have been getting plenty of negative attention recently, so in an attempt to bring some expertise and reason to the topic, I will be collaborating with a well-known Boston sports journalist on a piece and then writing a guest column for a baseball magazine this spring.
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Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner
The GOAT('s) Fad Diet
If your body is acidic, your medical chart probably lists a diagnosis of metabolic acidosis, respiratory acidosis, or diabetic ketoacidosis - none of which are caused by overconsumption of sugar or other carbohydrates - and you are reading this newsletter from your hospital bed. Read More
He Said, She Said: "I want to lose weight"
A common sentiment expressed by our patients is "I want to lose weight." How do we handle these desires in the context of other issues and concerns?
When faced with "I've got some good news and some bad news," most people seemingly prefer to hear the latter first. With that in mind, let us first look at the results of weight loss pursuits before coming around to the opportunities we have for change.
Weight is a heavy topic (pun intended) in my work with eating disorders. Even though I put a lot of effort into making sure that weight is not the focus of my work with patients, inevitably, it will come up. Usually, my patients express fear around the possibility of gaining weight by eating intuitively (or by following a meal plan). Read More