Perimenopause often shows up at a time in our lives when there's a lot going on. Work and family obligations may be expected life demands, but navigating the loss of a parent and a spouse's major health concerns may not be. Today's story session with Amanda Bullat RDN, a fellow non-diet dietitian who works with women in midlife, shares her experience of navigating the hormonal ups and downs that crash-landed into her life while she was in her late 30s.
Amanda specializes in supporting middle-aged women of all sizes who are struggling with
disordered eating, chronic dieting, eating disorders, and body shame. Using the frameworks of Intuitive Eating, Health At Every Size®, and the therapeutic Be Body Positive Model® created by The Body Positive, Amanda supports clients as they re-discover how to Savor Food & Body.
To learn more about Amanda, visit her website at www.alpinenutrition.org or follow her on Instagram @alpinenutrition.
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