Nutritionism

By Dana Sturtevant and Hillary Kinavey In a culture that emphasizes “nutritionism”—a reductionist way of thinking about food that assumes the whole point of eating is to maintain and promote bodily health—it is easy to forget that food is so much more than the sum of its nutrients. The term “nutritionism” has been coined to describe the fixation […]

BEDA 2016 Workshops, Sessions, Keynotes and Credits

The BEDA 2016 Annual Conference has three workshop tracks, designed for treatment providers, nutrition and dietetics professionals, experts, researchers, educators, social workers, patients, caregivers and activists, alike. Treatment professionals are eligible for continuing education credits. BEDA 2016 is approved for 14.5 CEUs. BEDA 2016 fliers for workshops, general sessions, keynotes, events and general information are available to print, download and share. Please spread […]