Food and Body Relationship

5 Ways to be an Ally to Someone With an Eating Disorder

5 Ways to be an Ally to Someone With an Eating Disorder

Written by Lauren Elder (3rd year Nutrition Student) Edited by Amanda Geradts, Sydney Wright, and Brooke Bulloch (RDs)   It can be difficult to watch someone you care about struggle with an eating disorder. Eating disorders are more than changes in eating and exercise habits - they are...


The Food, Brain, and Mood Connection

The Food, Brain, and Mood Connection

Submitted by Keara Lubchenko, Nutrition Practicum Student Edited by Brooke Bulloch, RD If you think about it, the brain is always working. Even when we are sleeping, it is functioning to help control things like breathing and heartbeat. This means that our brain requires a constant amount...


6 Warning Signs of Disordered Eating

6 Warning Signs of Disordered Eating

Written by Amanda Geradts, RD Edited by Brooke Bulloch, RD As a dietitian who specializes in eating disorders, I care about helping people to pick up on early signs of disordered eating to help reduce the risk of developing an eating disorder. While there can be many factors that contribute...


Navigating Sugar with Kids

Navigating Sugar with Kids

Written by Registered Dietitian and Mom, Brooke Bulloch.   Halloween, Christmas, Valentines', Easter - kids will encounter candy all year long. Although some parents would love to keep candy out of the house, sugar is abundant and candy is here to stay. Trying to micromanage and control...


New Year, New You? Why You Don't Need Another Diet Resolution!

New Year, New You? Why You Don't Need Another Diet Resolution!

Another year, another sweet promise to lose weight and "get healthy"- or at least that's the pressure many of us feel this time of year. But is it truly serving you well? Don’t get me wrong, people should work towards positive change in their life if that's what they feel they need. Maybe...


What is Intuitive Eating?

What is Intuitive Eating?

Written by Sydney Wright, RD Candidate (BSc) Edited by Brooke Bulloch, RD (BSc) For anyone who has reached their emotional limit with dieting, or even just wonders if there is another way to feel well and support their best health, it’s possible you’ve come across the term Intuitive...


5 Reasons to Reconsider that Next Diet

5 Reasons to Reconsider that Next Diet

Posted in Controversy / PCOS / Food and Body Relationship

Written by Willow Padbury, RD, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor Maybe you’ve heard that “diets don’t work”. Maybe you even have personal experience to back it up where despite short-term “success” dieting didn’t actually help to keep weight off long-term. Yet, you can’t help but think...


Global News Morning - Association Between Sleep and Nutrition

Global News Morning - Association Between Sleep and Nutrition

Posted in Nutrition Tips / Media / Food and Body Relationship

We know sleep is important for our overall well being, and it's also associated with diabetes, heart disease, mental health and performance. But can sleep affect our nutrition choices, and do our food choices affect our sleep quality?? Brooke joined Global News Morning Saskatoon to discuss...