Back-to-School with Broadway Dietitian Libby Parker

According to the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), “35% of ‘normal’ dieters progress to pathological dieting,” and college students are at increased risk of developing an eating disorder that could have long-term adverse health effects.

Libby Parker is a registered dietitian and other of the book Permission to Eat. Hear what she has to say about respecting your body, setting realistic expectations, and more.

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Listen to “Back to School with Broadway Dietitian Libby Parker” on Spreaker.

Resources

Libby Parker’s 5, 6, 7 Eat Performer Coaching/Support Group

Broadway Body Positivity Project

Libby Parker’s Books

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