Critical Dietetics, being active in its questioning of the “obesity problem” and the moral panic this positioning of bodies causes, rejects the notion that individual attempts to control body weight lead to improved health. A critical perspective on health promotion considers the range of social, political, and economic influences on people’s lives.
I found this article of interest. It seemed like a good excuse to post something & check-in with you guys. Not just this post, the field of Critical Dietetics sounds fascinating. They didn’t have their own pic accompanying the post, so I brought back calming manatee.
I’m doing well. I ended my relationship & moved back in with my dad last month. Sucks, but it’s good. I’m feeling better, more energetic. Of course I’m also taking some new vitamins I’m really liking. I’ll have to tell you about all the vitamins & supplements I’ve been trying for various things. (I got some free stuff I need to tell you about!) I’ve been posting about it on my personal fb page, but haven’t gotten around to it here. :-/ I’ve been especially focused on vitamins to improve mood & energy, & help with hormonal issues/ my thinning hair. >_< (Fixed my hair!) I’ve spent so much time researching vitamins & supplements I feel like a vitaminologist! Which I think I just made up. (Nope, according to Merriam-Webster, it’s a thing. Spellcheck begs to differ.)
I’m in the midst of moving to a larger city nearby, so that’s very exciting. I’ve been going out some & meeting new people. That’s very exciting for me. Being single again, I really do feel more like my old self. I hadn’t fully realized how much the relationship was stressing me until I left.
Hope you guys are doing well!