5 Principles of Health At Every Size | Taylor Wolfram, MS, RDN, LDN

5 Principles of Health At Every Size®

Health At Every Size® is a social justice movement and weight-inclusive approach to health. Contrary to popular misconception, it does mean healthy at every size. It does not say that everyone, no matter their size, is “healthy.” HAES stands for the right to pursue health in personally meaningful ways, no matter one’s size.  The Association for…

How to Respect Your Fullness | Taylor Wolfram, MS, RDN, LDN

How to Respect Your Fullness

If you haven’t already, I highly recommend reading the How to Honor Your Hunger post before reading this one. Respecting your fullness is intuitive eating principle 5 of 10. It’s all about tuning in with your body while eating and listening to those signals that are saying “I’ve had enough to eat.” Honoring your hunger…

How to Honor Your Hunger

How to Honor Your Hunger

When you hear “intuitive eating,” what do you think? For a lot of people, they think about eating when they’re hungry and giving their body what it wants. But what if you don’t know what hunger feels like? And you can’t tell what your body wants? Unfortunately, this is the case for far too many…

5 Food Safety Myths Debunked

5 Food Safety Myths Debunked

You know that saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?” Well that is super applicable to food safety and preventing foodborne illness! Let’s be honest, is skipping simple food safety precautions really worth the risk of food poisoning? I could get super graphic with the details but let’s just say I…

Intuitive Eating for Busy Professionals

Intuitive Eating for Busy Professionals

Have you ever read those flowery self-care posts that make you feel all warm and fuzzy and then think about how it’s not at all compatible with your lifestyle so why even try? In order for self-care and intuitive eating to be effective, they have to be realistic and sustainable. The beauty of both is…

fatphobia and weight stigma

What is Weight Stigma?

Time for some serious real-talk about a sensitive topic today, folks! I recently received some nasty troll comments on social media when I shared this: These comments were from people who weren’t following me and they were downright horrendous. If you think fatphobia isn’t a “real” problem, let me tell you, it is alive and…