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Emily Marshall 

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5 Ways to Trust Your Hunger Signals...Again

Through the messed up world of dieting or from the non-stop go-go-go nature of life, you may have gotten out of touch with that innate ability. The good news is you can get in touch with it again!  Getting to know your hunger signals and actually acting on them is one of the major steps towards normalizing your eating! Here are 5 strategies to get you started! Continue Reading

The Emotional Rollercoaster the Scale Puts You On

While trying to lose weight, things go great until they don’t go so great. You see a down trend in your weight & it makes you feel all happy, but then the next time you check your weight, the number goes up & you start to feel awful about yourself. It’s an emotional roller coaster. Even when you are “happy” because you’ve lost weight, you might feel like it’s not good enough which just makes you feel worse. Continue Reading
How to be Self-Compassionate

We've all probably experienced negative thoughts about ourself at some point or another. What you may have noticed is when you have these negative thoughts, it leads to a downward spiral or snowball effect into more negative thoughts which cloud your mind, make your feel worse and may also affect your behaviors and actions to become self-destructive in nature (i.e. more binge eating, emotional eating or self-isolation). Continue Reading

Should You Control Your Sweet Tooth? 

Having a 'sweet-tooth' is often viewed as a negative trait. Most people aim to control their cravings for sweets in various ways, but often this approach fails them. If you're struggling with feeling controlled by sweets, here's a different approach which can help. Continue Reading
The Real Reasons Why Calorie Tracking isn't Getting You to Your Goals

Calorie tracking seems to be the gold standard for weight loss, but I see a lot of things that are wrong with it. In the beginning of my career as a dietitian I tried to help clients count and track their calories on apps like My Fitness Pal. It wasn’t until I learned through experience helping multiple people that I began to notice patterns and some major issues. Continue Reading
5 Body Positive Terms You Should Know

When developing a healthier relationship with food and your body, there comes new terminology.  It is helpful to learn about this terminology to better understand how society has shaped your views and relationship with your body. It’s also helpful to learn in order to see how your experience intersects with the broader context. I’ve outlined a few terms in this email which seem to come up most often in my sessions with clients. Continue Reading
What Do I Want to Eat? Discovering Satisfaction with Eating

Your sense of satisfaction with eating is often left out of the equation when dieting. Having food rules or trying to restrict your intake is just a recipe for being left feeling unsatisfied even if you may actually feel physically full after eating.  Find out how to trust your food cravings and develop a healthier relationship with food in the process.  Continue Reading
The Fears that Come with Starting Intuitive Eating 

It’s ok to feel scared about starting your Intuitive Eating journey. Depending on what you've read or heard about Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size®, it may seem very "radical".  Over-simplified definitions of Intuitive Eating include "just eat whatever you want, whenever you want", "Don't worry about 'good' or 'bad' foods", and "let go of worrying about your weight". These definitions don't take into account the actual nuance of Intuitive Eating and can be one source of the fears. Continue Reading
Are You Eating Enough?

One of the most common issues I see people face with their food intake is not having enough of it. It may sound strange considering that the media and public health campaigns have blasted the message that “Americans need to move more and eat less…or else!” Unfortunately, I’ve seen this message get taken out of context or taken a little too seriously. This can have many consequences and often backfires against the individual’s health goals. Continue Reading

How to Form a Healthy Relationship with Food Through Intuitive Eating

Move over intermittent fasting and keto diet, Intuitive Eating is having a moment in the spotlight, and it is gaining attention for a reason! Some things you may have heard about Intuitive Eating are that it can help you form a healthy relationship with food and your body. It can also help you give up dieting. However, because of its trendiness, there is the potential for the meaning and nuance of Intuitive Eating to become misconstrued or “watered down”. Read on to find out more about this unique approach and what it is and what it isn’t. Continue Reading
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