Amanda is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer, however, this blog is for informational and educational purposes only. What is shared here should not substitute the advice of your doctor, dietitian or mental health professional. If you have questions if something you see here may work for you, please reach out to your primary care providers.
Some content may include personal anecdotes. What works for me and my family is in no way to be construed as the right way. There are a multitude of ways to move, eat, think and care for your body. You are always the expert of your own body and should consult with your healthcare professionals before making any major changes.
While I will do my best to avoid posting any triggering content (and continue to learn what this includes) there is no way for me to know what is triggering to each of my individual readers. There are some things that I choose to avoid posting as a rule of thumb but if at any time you feel my content is triggering please feel free to reach out. Also, take care of yourself first. Do not read topics you know that have caused you to feel poorly or return to unwanted behaviors in the past.
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