Why Dieting is Not a Good Form of Self-Care

I had the honour of writing a guest blog post for Jess McCallum at Confident Life. Jess is a Clinical Psychologist focusing on women’s wellbeing. Jess helps women build up their sense of identity, confidence, and set care routines.

The post I wrote is called ‘Why Dieting is Not a Good Form of Self-Care’.

In this post, you will find out why dieting is not a form of self-care, along with tips on what you can do instead of dieting to take care of your mind and body.

To read the post CLICK HERE.

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Hi! I’m Natalie Thompson, a non-dieting Accredited Practising Dietitian passionate about inspiring positive changes in eating and lifestyle behaviours to help improve health whilst nurturing relationships with food and body. I help mums who struggle with nutrition and body image and worry about the impact they have on their children discover the joy in eating and make peace with food and their beautiful body whilst being the role model they imagine for their children, focusing on compassionately nourishing the mind, body and spirit of themselves and their children.

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