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I support health professionals in making their clinics and practices more welcoming, inclusive, and respectful of each person irrespective of their body size.

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Creating a welcoming environment for all bodies!

I'm committed to helping people feel welcomed at any clinic or practice they visit for health care. I believe that every person should be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their size or what other aspects of themselves might seem different from others. I also understand the challenges health professionals face when trying to provide quality care while addressing issues like anti-fat bias, which is why I'm here to help! 

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Resources for health professionals

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The Core 4


Discover the key to fueling your body, building muscle, and feeling confident to take up space.

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The Food Heaven Podcast


Listen to health and nutrition experts share tips and resources on creating a sustainable and inclusive path to wellness.

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Inclusive Health for Every Body


In this show, we talk about how to make health spaces that are welcoming and inviting for all people in all bodies.

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The latest from the blog 

Mind Your Own Plate: Part 1

May 12, 2021

Mind Your Own Plate: Part 2

May 20, 2021

Eating and the Enneagram

Aug 30, 2021

New book coming Fall 2022!

The Anti-Fat Epidemic: How Anti-Fat Bias Makes People Sick And How Weight Inclusion Can Heal Them

There's no denying that health professionals are influenced by anti-fat bias. But this is hurting people, not helping them. When we perpetuate prejudice against any marginalized group - racial, ethnic, or sexual orientation - it has negative consequences. The societal stigma around fatness (or obesity) hurts not just folx who fall into that category but also their families and friends; it increases the number of chronic diseases in the population; and most dishearteningly, shame prevents many people from seeking medical intervention they may need to be healthy. Even with limited resources for public health resources why aren't we tackling this issue?

Thankfully my new book (and companion course) will tackle everything you need to know about how anti-fat bias impacts society and what you can do to combat it in your clinic or practice.

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