I will be speaking at the New York State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics meeting and expo on May 18th. Click here for more information. Should orthorexia be in the DSM? You may have seen this article on my Facebook page a few weeks ago. The article discusses the growing prevalence of diets that focus on shunning certain foods, and sometimes even entire … [Read more...] about April 2015 Newsletter
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, hosted by the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), was held during the last week in February and featured a variety of messages with the theme, "I Had No Idea". Throughout the week, The NEDA sponsored events across North America to educate people about eating disorders and provide resources to those seeking help. Monuments around the county, … [Read more...] about March 2015 Newsletter
If you couldn't tell from our recent snow storms, February has arrived. If the weather has you wishing for spring, thaw out with a big steaming pot of hot and sour soup! The spice of the soup adds an extra warming sensation and the mushrooms and tofu make this soup very hearty. Grab a bowl, grab a spoon, and stay warm this winter! Hot and Sour Soup 2 cups. shiitake mushrooms 1 1/2 … [Read more...] about February 2015 Newsletter
Happy New Year from Stacey Schulman Nutrition! We hope this year brings you great health and happiness! I wanted to start this year's newsletter off with one of my all time favorite foods--avocado. Its smooth and rich texture adds flavor to anything you put around it. Whether adding it to a quesadilla, salad, or your favorite sushi roll there is no wrong way to enjoy it. Avocados are also a … [Read more...] about Start the Year off Right with Avocado..
My Thoughts on Sugar Substitutes.... Last month a study was published suggesting sugar substitutes, such as saccharin, may in fact increase our risk of obesity and diabetes by disrupting our body's ability to control blood sugar. This is not the first study to support this; however, many professionals are still recommending its use over natural sugar. I personally always recommended natural or … [Read more...] about October Newsletter
The Difficult to Treat Eating Disordered Patient Westchester WAAT Speaker Meeting Stacey Schulman Presents – Nutritional Perspectives: The Difficult to Treat Eating Disordered Patient PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE! We hope you will join us for the September meeting of the Women’s Association for Addiction Treatment (WAAT). We are a multi-disciplinary group of female professionals united in … [Read more...] about Nutritional Perspectives: The Difficult to Treat Eating Disordered Patient
As the summer winds down i asked my dear friend and colleague Dr. Wendy Wolfson to give my readers sound advice on how to manage the changing seasons--enjoy this post from our guest writer-- It is estimated that half a million Americans are negatively affected by the changing of the seasons and darkening of the summer light. This transition sometimes makes even the best of us feel depressed, … [Read more...] about Seasonal Depression
as the summer comes to a close (can you believe it is august?) i have found myself visiting local farmers markets more frequently. while i do enjoy supporting local markets, i have to confess that is not the only reason. i very much notice a difference in taste. the ingredient list on many of the products are shorter and more natural. no sugar substitutes or hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn … [Read more...] about Top 5 Reasons to Shop Local…