Written by Jessica Peterson, MS, RD, CDCES, Registered Dietician Nutritionist When we think of eating disorders we often think about the emancipated, white, teenage girl staring at herself in the mirror grasping for the fat she does not have on her body. We rarely see the 20 something male meticulously counting macros, the transgender freshman…
Diets schm-iets, no one needs them… ever. Food is one of the most wonderful, and necessary, parts of life. Without food we are toast (and not the tasty kind)! Food is not just something that has to be in our lives, it’s something that gets to be in our lives. This is something I am…
by Jessi Peretti, RD. Nervous about the upcoming access of Halloween candy? Concerned you won’t be able to control yourself? Making a plan to decrease the availability of candy or monitoring the amount you allow yourself to eat? Already frustrated with yourself for overindulging? HOLD UP! Don’t blame yourself and your lack of willpower. Overindulging…
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Through body neutrality, we can create an environment for people to think of their body and appearance not as things that define their worth, but aspects of who they are that can bring joy, curiosity, and nourishment.
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A guide to finding fresh. local, and sustainably grown produce and food in Bozeman this upcoming summer!