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Wisdom Wednesday: Rebecca on RealTalk with Dr. David Anderson

Wisdom Wednesday: Rebecca on RealTalk with Dr. David Anderson

Sharing Taste the Sweet REBELLION on RealTalk with Dr. David Anderson Recently, I had the opportunity to be a guest on Dr. Anderson’s RealTalk radio show to discuss our brand new book Taste the Sweet REBELLION: Rebel Against Dieting. RealTalk with Dr. David Anderson hosts an afternoon radio show called Anderson Speaks that airs 3PM daily in the Washington DC area. On Wednesdays his program is called Wisdom Wednesdays and I was honored to be chosen to speak on how to change the way you think about dieting and weight loss. How to improve your mental and physical health without being trapped in “diet prison” and see how research combined with our REBELLIOUS spin can help you find both health and happiness without depriving yourself of your favorite foods. Rebecca on RealTalk Rebecca and Dr. David Anderson It is not you who has failed diets. It is dieting that has failed you. There is another way to find health and happiness around food and we can help! How can we REBEL dieting? Here are the principles of REBEL outlined in our workbook to help you boldly nourish your mind, body, and soul: R= REBEL against dieting E= EAT like a REBEL by embracing nutrition B= BUILD confidence in your eating by learning to trust you appetite and increase your awareness of the what, when, where and why of eating E= EMPOWER yourself by developing a healthy relationship with food L= LIVE joyfully by unleashing your inner REBEL and ditching diets forever We work with clients who have struggled with disordered eating and eating disorders and here is a text...
Snacks for a Dorm Room: 10 Tips from a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Snacks for a Dorm Room: 10 Tips from a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Dorm Room Snacks Many people have said “college will be the best time of your life.” And I would probably have to agree with them. College is a great place for you to get to know yourself better, expand your horizons, meet new people and of course have fun! Although college comes with amazing experiences, transitioning to college can also be difficult, especially if you are in the midst of recovery from your eating disorder. From a nutrition standpoint, it is important to have a food plan in place so you are able to progress through your recovery. One thing I would recommend to you is to be sure to have snacks in your dorm room to set yourself up for success. Here are my top 10 tips for healthy snacks in a dorm room! 1. Buy extra food at the school cafeteria: When I went to Maryland (Go Terps!), I would always buy some extra food to make sure I had enough for a snack later in the day or for breakfast the next morning. This is especially important if you have a busy day filled with class, work or studying. Some ideas of food to pack with you include, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, fruit and cottage cheese/yogurt, chips and salsa, pita chips and hummus, cookies, or cheese or tuna salad and crackers.   2. Take advantage of the mini fridge: Having a mini fridge in your dorm room is just another way to set yourself up for success! You open your world to many more snack options. Yogurt, hard boiled eggs, leftovers, deli meat, cheese, fruit,...
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