It seems like every day there is a headline about some nutrition “news.” One day it’s “eggs are good for you,” and the next it’s “limit the number of eggs you eat.” We’re all looking for the best, most reliable information, but it can be difficult to decide which stories are worth our time and attention. So why does it seem like we’re constantly bombarded with incomplete or misleading nutrition information?
Blog Archives: January 2018
This is one person's story; everyone will have unique experiences on their own path to recovery and beyond. Some stories may mention eating disorder thoughts, behaviors or symptom use. Please use your own discretion. And speak with your therapist when needed.
by Nicole, a former Emily Program client
“Man, if I only knew then what I know now.” How many of us have thought something along those lines admits a moment in our present lives? If we could, most of us would probably be delighted to go back in time and let our past selves in on some newly obtained wisdom.
Raising awareness about eating disorders and body image issues is so important to all of us at The Emily Program.
Toward that end, we are excited to invite the community to join us for The Emily Program Foundation 5th Annual UnmaskED Gala on Saturday, March 3, at 5:30 p.m. at the McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis.
Amra joined The Emily Program four and a half years ago after relocating to the Twin Cities. She started as an eating disorder technician, and after shadowing a meal at the Anna Westin House, our residential treatment facility in St. Paul, she was hooked.
I recently had the privilege of attending a talk by Roxane Gay, a nationally known writer, professor and speaker. She authored The New York Times best-selling essay collection, Bad Feminist, and most recently, the memoir Hunger.