But First…Food Freedom

Presented by: Erin Green MS, RDN, LD

The Registered Dietitian Nutritionist is the premier source of nutrition, lifestyle, and health information. Clients and industry stakeholders seek us out to share the what, when and how of proper nutrition.

And yet, individuals struggle to maintain many dietary changes they wish to implement. What’s missing is food freedom. No food is good or bad. One meal or one day does not impact overall health. Satisfaction and enjoyment of food is critical to sustainable eating, no matter the end goal. Once a person realizes that they can trust their food choices and body’s cues while dismantling long-held belief systems that hinder their progress forward, they will be on the path to food freedom. This largely overlooked and profoundly impactful strategy can be realized through the use of Intuitive Eating (IE) principles.

Through the course of this webinar, you’ll learn how to help your clients experience food freedom through the use of IE. We’ll explore the 10 principles of IE through engaging and applicable activities and discussions. IE can be incorporated into any practice, no matter the ultimate nutrition goal or issue.


Objectives:

  1. Describe the concept of Intuitive Eating and become familiar with its 10 principles
  2. Identify at least 2 principles of IE that are of value in your practice
  3. Create at least 3 questions that can gather client information addressing food/body relationship

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Erin Green MS, RDN, LD

Erin Green is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, former Professional Triathlete, podcast host and an enthusiastic voice in the sports nutrition world.

Erin graduated from the University of Idaho in 2004 with a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Science. She quickly realized that the field of physical fitness often overlaps with nutrition and wanted to fill that void. In 2007 she completed her Master’s in Dietetics and began her career as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in many diverse settings….

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