As is our custom, we are using our final newsletter of the year to reflect back on our most popular blog entries from the last twelve months. Enjoy your favorites again and check out the ones you missed.
2016 has been a tough year for many of us for a variety of reasons, particularly the election and its fallout. Politics affects nutrition (consider our government's "war on obesity," for example) as does hate. Remember that we are donating 100% of your co-pays from mid-November through the end of the year to the Southern Poverty Law Center, an important organization that fights hate and teaches tolerance. You are making a difference, and we thank you for that.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season!
Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner
4. Leave the Fat Kid Alone
Jonah's guest column in the April issue of Boston Baseball magazine presents the case for why focusing on Pablo Sandoval's weight is not only off base, but also harmful to him and the rest of us. Read More
Even with the best intentions, sometimes parents and other family members can inadvertently trigger an eating disorder in a genetically predisposed patient. Read More
2. An Iatrogenic Condition
The focus on weight and a belief that an intervention would help to lower it created an iatrogenic condition. In other words, her weight became a problem because it was viewed as one. Read More
1. Wishful Thinking
Recovery from an eating disorder is a life-long process and it is completely at odds with purposefully losing weight. You can't be in recovery and be actively trying to lose weight. They are incompatible. Read More