Does Loving Your Body Mean Giving Up? My Interview with Julie Duffy Dillon MS RD

It’s a good question. Does loving your body mean throwing in the towel and giving up on health and your goals? Eating disorder expert Julie Duffy Dillon tackles common fears about giving up dieting, accepting your body, and having freedom with food. Fear no more!

Does Loving Your Body Mean Giving Up? Julie Duffy Dillon RD

Julie Duffy Dillon MS, RD, NCC, LDN, CEDRD

Registered Dietitian, Speaker, Writer
Eating Disorder Specialist
Owner, Julie Dillon Consulting + BirdHouse Nutrition Therapy

Julie Duffy Dillon is a food behavior expert who helps people enjoy eating again. Award winning with her progressive approach, Julie was featured in TLC’s documentary My Big Fat Fabulous Life. Julie has an active blog on JulieDillonRD.com and a weekly Food Peace Newsletter. Listen to her weekly body positive, diet free, and health promoting podcast Love Food where she answers listener letters about their complicated relationship with food.

Julie received her BS in Nutrition from Ohio University and MS in Mental Health Counseling from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. As a registered and licensed dietitian in North Carolina, she founded BirdHouse Nutrition Therapy a group practice passionate about helping individuals and families recover from eating disorders and PCOS. As a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDRD), she also supervises dietitians to be eating disorder specialists.

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Does Loving Your Body Mean Giving Up? My Interview with Julie Duffy Dillon MS RD

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Does Loving Your Body Mean Giving Up? My Interview with Julie Duffy Dillon MS RD

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