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Nobody can do without food, and nobody should try. Feed Your Life is a blog about providing yourself with the nourishment that will help your body feel and function better. And remember, nutrition and feeding your life aren't just about food - we require many kinds of nourishment, and this blog will cover those as well.

Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD & Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC's avatar

I Am a Woman Reclaiming Body Trust

Would you like something to read daily to help you reclaim body trust? Read these beautiful words from Dana and Hilary!

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Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD & Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC's avatar

Reclaiming Body Trust

Do you listen to your body, and honor what it tells you? Many of us have lost the ability to trust our bodies. After 8 years of helping others heal their relationship with food, Dana and Hilary believe that reclaiming body trust is at the heart of the healing.

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Sara Armstrong, MS, RN's avatar

Say What?  Minding Your Self-Talk

What we say about ourselves has a powerful impact on our lives. Becoming aware of those words is a worthy challenge with excellent benefits. Let’s learn how!

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Sara Armstrong, MS, RN's avatar

Making Peace With Food: Put the Kibosh on Diet Mentality

Food is not the enemy. Food is your friend. Let’s reflect on our relationship with food and learn how to start making peace with it.

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Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD & Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC's avatar

Embodied: Letters to reclaim the whole

Do you have a “most hated” body part? Hilary and Dana have started a new blog series on their website to give anyone and everyone an opportunity to reclaim their most hated body part and share it with the world. Here, Hilary shares her own very touching letter to her belly.

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Sara Armstrong, MS, RN's avatar

The “Science” of Nutrition

Should I eat that because I want it? Should I eat that because it’s good for me? Should I believe the box that’s packaged in, or the latest study? As hard as it is to answer these questions, it can be even harder to harmonize those answers. There’s a paradox at play in the way we eat, and I want us to talk about why?

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Sara Armstrong, MS, RN's avatar

Gentle Nutrition: Eating Well (For All the Right Reasons)

Gentle Nutrition is the idea of incorporating different nutritious practices into your life in a slow, reasonable and balanced manner without feeling forced or required. Check out my path to Gentle Nutrition and where I recommend you start.

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Anne Cuthbert, M.A., LPC's avatar

Giving up Dieting is Not Giving Up

Do you think that giving up dieting is an admission of defeat? Anne wants you to know that it’s NOT THAT at all, so she’s made a very long list of the POSITIVE aspects of giving up dieting.

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Sara Armstrong, MS, RN's avatar

The Art of Mindful Eating

What does my mind have to do with my eating? you may be asking yourself. Plenty! So, let’s learn together how to make our eating a more pleasurable experience.

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Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD & Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC's avatar

10 Reasons Not to Focus On Your Weight in the New Year

Focusing on weight loss is NOT the healthiest thing you can do for yourself in the new year. In fact, it will probably be harmful to you. Dana and Hilary explain why.

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