A QTBIPOC-Centered Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Heal Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body Liberation | 5 CEU
Help your clients improve their health without restriction, eliminate stress around food and eating, and turn food into a source of pleasure instead of shame. A road map to body acceptance and self-care for queer people of color, Decolonizing Wellness is filled with practical eating practices, journal prompts, affirmations, and mindfulness tools. Ultimately, decolonizing nutrition is essential not only to our personal well-being but to our community’s well-being and to the possibility of greater social transformation.
This is a body positivity and food freedom book for marginalized folks. It’s a guide to throwing out food rules in exchange for internal cues and adopting a self-love-based approach to eating. It’s about learning to trust our bodies and turning mealtime into a time for celebration and healing.
Adapt client strategies improve their health without restriction, eliminate stress around food and eating, and turn food into a source of pleasure instead of shame.
Construct a road map to body acceptance and self-care for queer people of color with practical tools.
Develop new perspectives to decolonize nutrition towards greater social transformation.
Identify internal cues and adopting a self-love-based approach to eating.
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Book: Hardcover, 176pp. Feb 2022. ISBN-13: 978-1637740309
Continuing Education Info Professionally accepted for continuing education. View info. This course is also accepted by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and may be used towards the continuing professional education unit (CPEU) requirement for dietetic professionals (RDNs & NDTRs).