Apr 8, 2019
Body-positive dietitian Emily Fonnesbeck shares how her family
helped her develop a healthy relationship with food in childhood,
why that went awry and led her down the path to orthorexia, how she
overcame her disordered eating and discovered Health at Every Size,
why she thinks elimination diets and food-sensitivity testing are
dangerous for most people, and lots more. This episode
originally aired on Dec 19, 2016.
Emily Fonnesbeck is a Registered Dietitian and owns her own private practice in southern Utah. Her nutrition passion consists of helping individuals free themselves from diets, food anxiety, poor body image and obsessive exercise. She has a non-diet, weight-neutral, client-centered approach to help people make peace with food and their bodies. Find her online at EmilyFonnesbeck.com.
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