Mar 27, 2017
Body-positive dietitian Sumner Brooks shares why she started
bingeing at a young age, how she finally healed her relationship
with food through intuitive eating, how diet culture convinces us
we're "not good enough," why emotional eating is related to
restriction, why it's so important (and difficult) to accept and
honor your hunger, how conventional nutrition education leads us
astray, and lots more!
Sumner Brooks is a registered dietitian nutritionist specializing in eating disorders and a Certified Intuitive Eating counselor. She's the producer of the EDRDpro Symposium for professionals, She's also the co-author of the non-diet guidebook Savvy Girl: A Guide to Eating, a short 4 hour-read for women of all ages based on the Intuitive Eating philosophy. Sumner also works at a gastroenterology specialty clinic in Portland, Oregon where she utilizes a non-diet approach to treat patients struggling with digestive concerns and eating disorders. Out of the office she's found soaking up time with her 2 year old daughter and getting outdoors in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Sign up for her EDRDpro Symposium for webinars with 15 experts on intuitive eating and Health at Every Size (including Christy!).
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