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Why Athletes Should Rest

For all athletes, rest is important. Athletes looking to get better may falsely think that adding a second training session

Posted in Eating Disorders, Exercise, Sports Nutrition

The “Plate-by-Plate Approach®” offers guidance for parents nourishing their child through an eating disorder

“I wish this meal-time guidance provided by Wendy and Casey had been available when I was age 11 and an

Posted in Eating Disorders

When Exercise Turns Compulsive

Similar to eating a healthy diet, being fit and exercising regularly attracts praise and admiration in our society. All too

Posted in Eating Disorders, Exercise

Moving Beyond Brown Rice: What is Orthorexia?

By Wendy Sterling, MS, RD, CSSD  This post is an adapted excerpt from Wendy Sterling’s book in progress, “How to

Posted in Eating Disorders, Relationship with Food

What To Do With All That Leftover Candy?

On November 1st, the day after Halloween, parents have to decide how their household will handle all that candy.  Halloween is a

Posted in Holiday Eating

Trick-or-Treating for Glow in the Dark Fangs?

As it gets closer to Halloween, households across the country will have an important decision to make: what to give

Posted in Holiday Eating

Having Fun With Wafer Cones

Last night, my kids (5 and 3) were thrilled to have wafer cones filled with assorted flavored yogurts, raspberries, blueberries

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