Katja Rowell

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As "the Feeding Doctor," Rowell is passionate about bringing peace and joy to the family table.
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The restaurant in southeastern Virginia is the kind of place that makes its own fresh-squeezed juices and has kale on the menu in three different places. The waiter lets diners know that any grain…

The restaurant in southeastern Virginia is the kind of place that makes its own fresh-squeezed juices and has kale on the menu in three different places. The waiter lets diners know that any grain…

If I can clear obsession with food and shame about having a body out of people’s way so they can get down to living, then I have done a good job. If I can help chip away at some of the structures that unjustly limit people’s use of their finite and precious lives, even better.

If I can clear obsession with food and shame about having a body out of people’s way so they can get down to living, then I have done a good job. If I can help chip away at some of the structures that unjustly limit people’s use of their finite and precious lives, even better.

My Life as a Public Health Crisis

My Life as a Public Health Crisis

When Your Picky Eater is Ready for Prom, not Preschool

When Your Picky Eater is Ready for Prom, not Preschool

What About Dessert? - Sunny Side Up Nutrition

What About Dessert? - Sunny Side Up Nutrition

By Shereen Lehman(Reuters Health) - For teen girls, being called "fat" by friends or family may contribute to later developing eating disorders, and the harsh word from family members seems to carry the most weight, a recent U.S. study suggests. Weight stigma - the negative stereotypes, social devaluation and pervasive mistreatment of heavier individuals - is strongly implicated in disordered eating, the research team writes in the Journal of Adolescent Health.Previous studies have found…

Turkish authorities arrested a suspected Islamic State militant on Tuesday for allegedly planning an attack on the U. Consulate in Istanbul, a security official told Reuters.

Diet Culture in the "Natural" health world and so much more!

Diet Culture in the "Natural" health world and so much more!

As a childcare educator, spending so much time with little people is an opportunity to observe eating behaviours close-up. Most centres will have regular timing for meals and snacks or perhaps a more relaxed eating schedule. Either way, during these times you’ve probably witnessed children trying to swap or share food, or sneak something from …

As a childcare educator, spending so much time with little people is an opportunity to observe eating behaviours close-up. Most centres will have regular timing for meals and snacks or perhaps a more relaxed eating schedule. Either way, during these times you’ve probably witnessed children trying to swap or share food, or sneak something from …

The hostile environment that marginalised people find themselves in serves as a source of constant stress.

The hostile environment that marginalised people find themselves in serves as a source of constant stress.

No, Sugar Isn’t the New Heroin - Behavioral Scientist

No, Sugar Isn’t the New Heroin - Behavioral Scientist

More and more, researchers are asking children about their households’ lack of food, and making surprising discoveries.

More and more, researchers are asking children about their households’ lack of food, and making surprising discoveries.

A SickKids-led collaborative study with Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) has shown the benefits of switching gastrostomy tube (G-tube)-fed children from commercial formula to homemade puréed food.

A SickKids-led collaborative study with Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) has shown the benefits of switching gastrostomy tube (G-tube)-fed children from commercial formula to homemade puréed food.

If you have an agenda with food, kids will sniff it out...

If you have an agenda with food, kids will sniff it out...

I Spent a Week at a Retreat for Women Who Struggle With Weight and Food—Here’s What the Experience Taught Me | These 5 lessons helped one woman find body peace and forge a healthier relationship with food.

I Spent a Week at a Retreat for Women Who Struggle With Weight and Food—Here’s What the Experience Taught Me | These 5 lessons helped one woman find body peace and forge a healthier relationship with food.

'I'm a dietitian and I just experienced lunchbox shaming at school,' writes Natalie Thompson, about a note she found in her son's lunchbox.

'I'm a dietitian and I just experienced lunchbox shaming at school,' writes Natalie Thompson, about a note she found in her son's lunchbox.