Some foods offer more or less nutrition than others. We shouldn’t think of food as “bad” or “good,” but we should understand it better to make choices…
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Our conversations about bodies are a little broken. We can fix it.
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On manic preoccupations, beauty as self-worth, and raising children in an appearance-obsessed world.
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There must be a reason why they can't shut up about how great exercise is.
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DC-area readers: Join us at the 2022 Capital Fringe Festival in July!
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I don’t want the only weight loss stories out there to be celebratory ones. I want the unnerved and disenchanted ones, too.
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Why do group classes over solo workouts, or vice versa? “Should” you mix the two? What are the benefits and drawbacks to each?
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Meals that make you feel good and give you some nutrition, but also are lazy as hell, are possible.
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On body “branding” and misinformation.
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A conversation with writer Julie Gallagher.
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On the limitations of adjectives.
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Ask me anything.
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