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How To Stay True To Yourself At Mealtime

Focusing on your own food peace journey can sometimes be a struggle. Comparison, judgments, and relationships can distract from your true intentions and goals for meeting your own nutritional needs. “How can I focus on my own food when my

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Cool {no-bake} Summer Sweets

If you are trying to make peace with food this summer, desserts can be a scary subject. Part of eating disorder recovery and learning to eat intuitively is honoring cravings – including sweets. There’s absolutely no reason to feel guilty

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Summertime Tips

Summer has finally arrived, and so has time off from school, vacations, dog days at the pool and other fun activities to fill up the long days. Oftentimes, fun activities and fun foods collide: barbecues, restaurants and ice cream stands.

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Fitness for Thought

As summer approaches, the warm weather and school ending can bring up the desire to be active. If you are recovering from an eating disorder, you’ve been doing a lot of hard work healing your relationship with food. But what

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Do I Need Meal Support?

If you are in the throes of an eating disorder, eating a meal (or just thinking about eating a meal) can be an incredibly overwhelming task – and one that must be done several times a day. Common emotional and

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Intuitive Eating + FAQ

Intuitive Eating (IE) is a nutrition framework created by two dietitians in 1995 – its been around for some time now and there is quite a bit of research about the health benefits and positive outcomes. IE is a non-diet

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Spring Clean Your Kitchen

Spring time often brings up conversations of “spring cleaning” your home. This weekend in Baltimore brought fresh air and sunshine which may spark a desire to clean up your home and perhaps film your own episode of Tidying Up. Why

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Progress…Without the Scale

If you are working on eating intuitively (principles that teach you how nourish yourself based on recognizing and honoring your own body’s cues) or want to be able to eat intuitively in the future – you may be wondering if

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Show Yourself Some Love

Valentine’s Day is coming up this week, and whether or not you plan on celebrating with a significant other, there’s plenty you can do solo to treat yo’self. Here’s a few festive food and fun ideas to nourish yourself and

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Three Make-Ahead Breakfasts

Let’s be real, mornings can be rough. Sometimes waking up on time and getting out the door is a struggle in itself, let alone figuring out what is for breakfast. But breakfast can be a breeze with a little planning

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Meeting with a Non-Diet Dietitian

If you have never met with a dietitian before, or are a little apprehensive about making your first appointment, this blog is for you. At nourishED, our dietitians are non-diet dietitians. You may be thinking “Say what? As if things

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On Eating the Rainbow

This is a common phrase thrown around by dietitians, but why is it an important concept in eating disorder recovery? Eating the rainbow refers to eating a variety of foods, including vibrant and colorful fruits and vegetables. We all know

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Non-Diet New Year Resolutions

Commit to NOT going on another diet in 2019 With 2018 coming to an end, its that time of year for reflection and wonder for what 2019 will bring us. But it also seems that each year there is an

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Individual Cooking for Recovery Classes

Let’s get cooking! We are excited to announce that we are now offering individual cooking classes for current clients at our Towson office! Our dietitians will choose recipes that suit your preferences, give you tips for grocery shopping & food

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Pomegranates Are In + Recipes

Its winter, and pomegranates are in season If you have spent time perusing the grocery store recently, you may have noticed pomegranates are making an appearance in the produce aisle. You can typically find the beautiful bright red fruit next

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How to Enjoy Holiday Food This Year

Top 5 Tips for Holiday Food Peace The holidays are here, which means opportunities for time spent with family and friends. The holidays also bring awkward family encounters, diet talk around the table, and increased anxiety around the plethora of

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