Lauren Cadillac, RD, RDN, CPT

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The next time you see a photo of yourself you don’t love, keep this in mind ❤️ #FeelGoodDietitian 

Post inspired by @danaemercer ?

The next time you see a photo of yourself you don’t love, keep Read More

Food rules ??‍⚖️ Most people have more than they realize ? Read More

1. Hunger means we need food, not water. That is thirst. That is Read More

It’s wild how diet culture has just hijacked these healthy habits to make them all about weight loss (CW: potentially triggering behaviors)

Diet culture: “Hungry?? Just drink some water!”

Why not drink water because our bodies are almost 2/3 water? And eat when you’re hungry??

Diet culture: “Sleep for weight loss!”

No just freaking sleep because you need sleep. 

Diet culture: “Burn those calories! Melt that fat! Tone those legs! Grow your booty!”

Exercise and movement may be the worst. The “fitness” industry has basically turned into the aesthetics industry. There are so many benefits to movement beyond what it does to the shape/size of our body. How about move for better mental health, stronger bones, or improved cardiovascular function? 

Diet culture: “Eat cauliflower instead of literally everything. Do this fruit juice cleanse”

Eat fruits and veggies cause they’re high in vitamins, antioxidants, polyphenols, fiber and because they’re tasty!!

Diet culture: “Eat this powder and a ridiculous amount of fiber so you can trick your body into “feeling full”” 

Eat fiber because it’s great for regulating blood sugar and cholesterol levels. It’s also great for digestion (these are generalizations, some people need a low fiber diet) and being constipated / having diarrhea sucks...? 

Diet culture: “Eat mindfully so you eat less!”

Eat mindfully so you actually enjoy the meal, get more satisfaction out of it and eat an amount that FEELS GOOD in your body. We also digest our food more easily when we eat mindfully. 

Remember, being anti-diet isn’t anti-health or anti people that want to lose weight. It’s anti-diet culture, the oppressive system equates thinness with moral virtue and social status.  You can still improve your health by changing your behaviors ?? it’s all about changing our mindset around our behaviors ? If you’re ready to improve your health AND relationship with food, click the link in my bio to apply for 1-on-1 coaching ?

It’s wild how diet culture has just hijacked these healthy habi Read More

Did some hiking today with the pack ? Not pictured, @deweylipa pulling us up / dragging us down the mountain ?

I definitely do more things in nature thanks to Nick. We’ve seen some pretty cool things in the past four years we’ve been together. 

I’m curious, what’s the coolest / bucket list type of thing you’ve seen in nature??
Did some hiking today with the pack ? Not pictured, @deweylipa pulling us up / dragging us down the mountain ?

I definitely do more things in nature thanks to Nick. We’ve seen some pretty cool things in the past four years we’ve been together. 

I’m curious, what’s the coolest / bucket list type of thing you’ve seen in nature??
Did some hiking today with the pack ? Not pictured, @deweylipa pulling us up / dragging us down the mountain ?

I definitely do more things in nature thanks to Nick. We’ve seen some pretty cool things in the past four years we’ve been together. 

I’m curious, what’s the coolest / bucket list type of thing you’ve seen in nature??

Did some hiking today with the pack ? Not pictured, @deweylipa pu Read More

Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?
Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?
Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?
Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?
Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?
Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?
Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?
Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?

Mic drop by @rileylaster_rd ??? ?

Diet culture loves to convince us we have all these “problems Read More

Body image is tricky thing, something that isn’t going to shift over night? It takes the daily work of unlearning internalized fatphobia, challenging your inner critic and treating yourself with kindness and respect ?

Here are 6 actionable steps you can take toward improving your body image ??

1️⃣ Throw out that dang scale - I promise you, it’s only holding you back on your journey of self acceptance 

2️⃣ DIVERSIFY YOUR FEED - stop following accounts that promote diet culture BS andunrealistic beauty standards. Also, don’t just learn about intuitive eating from thin white able-bodied dietitians ??‍♀️. Learn from all kinds of people. Follow people in different body sizes, of different ethnicities, gender identities etc. I have a highlight of people to follow if you’re looking for some great accounts

3️⃣ Wear comfortable clothes. I know this is easier said than done for folks that can walk in to any store and pick something off the rack. But YOU DESERVE to feel comfortable. If you’re a size 6 or 26, and your clothes are too small, you’re going be uncomfortable and that will likely trigger negative body thoughts

4️⃣Limit the time you spend in the mirror. It’s easy to spend 10-20 minutes analyzing and picking yourself apart. Give yourself a minute or two if if you must and MOVE ON. Combo of 4 and 5, slap an affirmation or two on your mirror ??

5️⃣Practice gratitude and speak words of affirmation. This can be hard to do if you’ve only ever said mean things to yourself. I created @feelgoodflashcards for that exact reason. These are designed to help improve your body image / relationship with food (linked in bio ?)

6️⃣Similar to 5, focus on what your body DOES FOR YOU instead of how it looks. Think of your body as an INSTRUMENT not an ORNAMENT 

Which is your favorite? ??#FeelGoodDietitian

Body image is tricky thing, something that isn’t going to shift Read More

Bringing this reel back ? It be like this though. Feeling good Read More

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