Episode #70 

Lori Brown is a Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist, and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.

She has been practicing in the field of nutrition for over fifteen years and enjoys working with clients to help them achieve sustainable behaviors.  As  a Health At Every Size practitioner, Lori infuses evidence based models with a no-nonsense approach.

She strongly believes in the mind/body connection.  Often, creating awareness internally can propel a person to authentic health.  Knowing that nutrition plays a critical role in  relationship to self and others, she coaches families and individuals on the path to developing body and food peace.  She has a small private practice in Columbia, TN and also contracts in Middle Tennessee.

https://www.loribrownnutrition.com/ is her website and best way to contact her for professional support and care.

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YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4VuoGQhjbw

Notes & Quotes: 

“Avoiding the lifestyle of dieting is an essential step in learning how to have a healthier relationship with food” 

“The goal is to develop a ‘sustainable’ eating strategy and then apply it to our busy lives”

“Intuitive eating allows us to eat when hungry, and requires we learn to ‘listen’ to our bodies”

“Our food choices should be made without guilt or shame”

“Key stress risks for unhealthy eating often occur in the ‘transitions’ stages of our lives. Key transitions include moving from Junior High school to High School, and then to College, later its during post-partum and menopause.”

“Eating disorders are related to cultural and body image, our culture tells us to be popular and happy we must be ‘thin'”

Recommended Links: 

(parents role in nutrition impacts child) *Study on college students  referenced in show
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