The Show-Me-St-Louis crew at KSDK 5 discusses a non-dieting approach with registered dietitian Shannon Hayes Buescher.read more
Body image is one of the most powerful things that will impact our daughters. Teaching our daughters, a healthy body image means imparting on them that what their body can do, is far more important than what it looks like. How often do you think your daughter hears...read more
The season of diet mania has approached us. The time of year when the latest diet and exercise trends are experimented with. The time when “food experts” come out of the woodwork to tell you what you should and should not be eating. It creates a focus and change in...read more
As we begin another new year many people will make resolutions to lose weight and begin new diets. However, the research shows that dieting sets us up for more weight gain in the long run and impacts the relationship people have with food and their body. ...read more
We are in it. The full swing of the holidays. The parties, the shopping, the wrapping, the cooking, the baking, the traveling. The list can seem endless. But under the agendas and to-do’s, it’s what simmering below that tells you if you are in tidings of good cheer or...read more
When we think of hunger and self-care, we don’t often draw the connection together. We tend to keep self-care in one bucket and the reasons we are hungry in another. But self-care plays a very big part in how well you can hear hunger and fullness cues, as well as how...read more
How often do you use curiosity when you think about food? If you are like most, curiosity doesn’t even enter the realm of thought when you think about your food behaviors. If you have been a chronic dieter, its almost your norm to be judging and criticizing what you...read more
The relationship you have with yourself plays out in so many areas of your life. It plays out in your relationships, your career, how you pursue life. But it also greatly impacts how you treat food and your body. Learn how finding love for this relationship can help you heal the separation that is created.read more
Forgiveness. It’s something that seems like it would be so easy to do. We teach our children to forgive others, we forgive our partner for their hurtful words or actions, we find the grace to forgive our parents for doing the best they could, even if it wasn’t...read more
Five Steps You Can Take Every Day to Become a Mindful Eater The thought of mindful eating can seem impossible when you have been a dieter. Connecting into your body is not required when you are told what and how much to eat. The reliance on a diet creates the...read more
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