As dietitians, it’s not uncommon for our patients and clients to ask us for recommendations on where to find some new recipes, right?
I find myself being really cautious about what recipe resources I share because so many recipe sites and cookbooks use such diet-y language that does not support my clients trying to have a more peaceful relationship with food.
I want to offer you this free resource as a quick reference for recipe blogs and cookbooks that present a wide variety of foods/dishes and are free of fad diet and caloric restriction recommendations.
Pro Tip: Give your clients this handout early in your work together so they have it as a reference and don’t fall down the rabbit hole of Whole30 or “keto-friendly” recipes that don’t align with your recommendations.
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