Soolman Nutrition
January 2015
Joanne and I had a rough start to the year as we both missed time due to illnesses in recent weeks.

We recognize that patients make all sorts of sacrifices to come see us, rearranging work schedules, hiring babysitters, turning down social plans, etc. As such, we feel terrible whenever we are unable to honor an appointment.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we all worked together to reschedule missed sessions.


Thanks again, 

Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner

Eating in School


In my opinion, all of this unpredictability around lunchtime can create or worsen eating issues in kids, especially those struggling with eating disorders. Read More  

He Said, She Said: Nutrition in Schools


Should schools be teaching our children about nutrition? If so, what messages should be communicated, and who should be responsible for doing the teaching?
He Said


After the testing was over and it came time for the teachers to gather us together and offer congratulatory certificates to those of us who had what I suppose were good results in the eyes of the teachers or whatever norms against which they measured us, I crumpled up my award in my hands on the spot. Immediately, I felt guilty as if I had disrespected the teachers who had given it to me, but as time went on, I confirmed that my intuition was right.  Read More 

She Said


Given that the vast majority of my patients are those struggling with eating disorders, I have some mixed feelings about nutrition in school. On the one hand, I think it's important for kids to learn about how to take care of themselves and the consequences of their lifestyle choices on their health. For instance, it makes sense to me for kids to learn about different nutrients and how they can help them grow and thrive.But I worry that along with this helpful information, the kids might be learning a whole different lesson.  Read More 
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Jonah has submitted a proposal to speak at the 2015 Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH) Conference. Whether or not his proposal is accepted, consider coming to this excellent event to be held right here in Boston this July. 
Recipe of the Month
Peanut Curry with Roasted Butternut Squash, Green Beans, Potatoes, and Tofu

Recipe is courtesy of Stefanie Laituri of Chef Steff.



See Recipe Here
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