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Young dancers are especially vulnerable to messages of dieting and weight loss, given the environment in which they train. As peers, we can play a role in helping a friend, who might be struggling with disordered eating, to find support. To learn more, I sat down with Melanie Kressel, a Mental Health Therapist to discuss 4 tips to consider if you’re concerned about a friend’s eating habits.
Read more on the blog: https://dancenutrition.com/eating-disorders-help-a-friend/
A quick look into the services offered on DanceNutrition.com and at To The Pointe Nutrition. From freebies and downloadable guides to workbooks and online courses, dancers can access everything they need to learn about building a nourishing lifestyle that supports the physical, mental, and emotional demands of dance.
- Join The 5 Days to Body Confidence Challenge: https://mailchi.mp/b6fd2f7b1a25/5-days-to-body-confidence
- A Guide To Build Better Body Confidence: https://mailchi.mp/4a57fecdfc00/dancenutritionbody
- A Guide To Build Better Meals: bit.ly/thehealthydancer
- 3-Day Crash Course to Nutrients and Supplements: https://dancenutrition.com/#free-nutrition-course
For Dance Parents: https://mailchi.mp/df076ae73567/dancenutritionparents
Downloadable Workbooks for Dancers: https://gumroad.com/dancenutrition
Nutrition for a Dancer's Diet and Health | Rachel Fine is a board-certified dietitian, specialist in sports nutrition, and expert of dancer health and dancer nutrition. Learn how to optimize your performance potential and build a healthy lifestyle.
Disclaimer: This is produced for informational purposes only. This information is general, not specific to you. The information in this podcast does not substitute for medical advice. The viewer assumes full responsibility for consulting a qualified health professional regarding health conditions or concerns, and before starting a new diet or health program.