By: Rachel Davidson-Evans, BASc Reviewed by: Atheana Brown RD The holidays are a wonderful time to reunite with loved ones and create lasting memories. For many though, the holidays can also bring about feelings of stress, guilt, and insecurity, one reason involving holiday eating. Sound familiar? Keep reading for some holiday eating strategies… without the […]
Written by: Rachel Davidson-Evans, BASc Reviewed by: Atheana Brown RD With a decadent fudgy brownie centre and crunchy cookie outside, these Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are sure to be a party pleaser. My gift to you this holiday season- Chocolate Crinkle Cookies. This recipe is really credited to my lovely Nanna, who has had this recipe […]
This classic holiday cheese ball will quickly become a party staple for the holidays! Creamy, dreamy, delicious, and super quick to make! Can you believe it’s that time of year again? With the holidays being just days away, today I will be sharing one of my favourite family recipes and the traditions that bring me […]
Are you celebrating the holiday season this year? I bet you are! These times can be very difficult to navigate when everyone around you is stuck in diet culture. If you want to change your behaviours, thoughts and feelings this season than you need my top 8 tips on how to manage it more successfully […]
Is making behaviour change difficult for you? If so you are so not alone! This week’s podcast episode on the Diet Culture Dropout Podcast I host Shawn N. Hondorp. We chat all things motivation and how it connects to adult behaviour change. Shawn is passionate about helping women heal from diet culture and have positive […]
By Rachel Davidson-Evans, BASc Reviewed by Atheana Brown RD You might have heard about BMI throughout your life and perhaps even compared yourself to the chart. The BMI or body mass index has long been used as a simple, inexpensive, and “easy” screening for weight categorizing by using only height and weight measures. But, is […]
Today I speak with Ella Van Bruinessen a Pediatric Physiotherapist from Peterborough on the Diet Culture Dropout Podcast. She shares her expertise managing bowel and bladder dysfunction in kids and sheds light of her role as a Physiotherapist. You can access the direct link to the episode here. Today’s topic: Managing bowel and bladder dysfunction […]
These crunchy homemade butternut squash chips are sure to impress. Your choice of classic salt and pepper or pumpkin spice seasonings make this in season squash shine! You have likely tried corn chips, sweet potato chips, and the classic potato chip, but how about a spiced butternut squash chips? Take advantage of this amazing seasonal […]
This week on the Diet Culture Dropout Podcast is a personal story shared by Nicole Lemke- Nicole’s journey to body acceptance is a personal narrative shared. She shares about her relationship with her body and how it has drastically changed overtime. I am sure this episode will deeply resonate and validate other people’s experiences. Here […]
Activities Based on Age Written By Rachel Davidson-Evans, BASc Reviewed by Atheana Brown RD Starting to cook with your children is such a rewarding experience, but where do you start? Today on the blog we will be discussing some age-appropriate cooking tasks to give you some inspiration! There are so many benefits to cooking with […]
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