In this episode, Casey Bonano joins me in having an open and honest conversation about unhealthy eating habits, breaking patterns of destructive eating, body image, the psychology of food, creating eating habits that are sustainable and so much more. This episode is jam-packed with great advice.
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In this episode we cover:
- How Casey started as a nutritionist.
- Diet culture/ Anti-diet culture.
- Whole30 isn’t sustainable?
- Is a diet a one size fit all?
- How do our eating habits affect our emotional health and what can we do to amend our relationship with food?
- We discuss her new ebook The Food Freedom Guide
- Mindfulness Eating
- Body positivity
- How genetic play a role?
- Nutrition Counseling: how does it work? What’s the investment?
About the Guest:
Casey Bonano RD, LD, CEDRD is a Texas Christian University graduate with a BS in Coordinated Dietetics. Her experience includes clinical, food service management, nutrition education, long-term care, diabetes, community, residential/PHP/IOP eating disorder treatment, and private practice. Ultimately, Casey knew her passion was working with individuals in an outpatient setting and established her private practice. Casey truly loves getting to know her patients and customizing her recommendations to fit an individual’s lifestyle.
Nutrition counseling utilizes an empathetic, Intuitive Eating and non-dieting approach to achieve long-term behavioral change. Casey’s goal is to provide her clients with the tools necessary to obtain a healthy and balanced lifestyle. By enabling her clients to make peace with the food they are able to feel more in control of their eating habit.
Purchase her ebook The Food Freedom Guide
- The Food Freedom Guide:
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- This book walks you through real-world solutions to chronic dieting, anxiety with food, and body dissatisfaction. And the best part – you never have to give up the foods you love again. That’s right. No dieting, no measuring, no counting, and no more feeling deprived