Every year, as we approach Christmas the same questions come up from clients and all over the media:
- “How can I avoid overeating?”
- “Everyone is always talking about their diets. I feel guilty. I just want to eat want I want”. “What should I eat on Christmas Day?”
- “I don’t want to put on weight but…..”
- “How do I eat healthy over the holidays?”
- “I’ve gained a lot of weight. What will they think?”
So what’s the answer How can we be “healthy” over Christmas? Continue reading
If you’ve been a reader of our blog, you’ll know we’ve been writing about this thing called the non-diet approach for, well, quite awhile.
If you’re new to us, let’s get you up to speed.
Q: So what is the non-diet approach?
A: It’s a way/method health professionals use to assist community members in pursuing health without a focus on diets for weight loss.
Why don’t we promote weight loss? Continue reading
“Privilege is when you think something is not a problem because it’s not a problem personally for you”
Fact: In 2014 – 2016, 795 million people or 1 in 9 people were suffering from undernutrition*
Of those 795 million people, 780 million live in developing countries.
I’m fresh home from a trip to the Solomon Islands with some Bond University nutrition students and I’d love to talk food privilege!