Important note: Since this post was written, I have changed my approach from weight management to Health at Every Size and intuitive eating. The recommendations here were intended for the pursuit of weight loss, an approach that is no longer aligned with my beliefs and brand. Keep this in mind as you read through the post.
Welcome to Eathority’s first post! On this blog, I will ruminate about all things restaurants, physical health, mental health (as it relates to eating), gut health, snacks, booze, a little about exercise and anything else that influences your eating and wellness.
Very few of my clients cook. I barely cook. It just gets pushed lower in the totem pole of life priorities. My goal is to provide you with valuable content you can actually use in your daily life, starting with:
- Where the heck should I eat?
- What actually tastes good and is aligned with my health goals?
This isn’t your average food blog. I love food bloggers like One Hungry Jew or EatingNYC, but I am not them. My focus will be on healthier foods because that’s what my clients want. They want to eat out, maintain a social life and eat foods that taste good and make them feel good. Along the way, I will also guide you to the most worthwhile decadent items and talk about ways to prevent overeating so you can have your cake and eat it, too. Guilt- and acid-reflux free.
Since this is a new endeavor, I’m not sure how it will shake out on social media. I’m toying with some different formats (Themed days? Restaurants of the week? Ad hoc posts?). I’m also thinking of including restaurant eats for my IBS peeps since they make up about 30% of my client base and eating out is a drag for them.
But I have my regular day job and can’t let social media rule my life. I’ll be polling followers to get a read of what they want/need on occasion, so bear with my as I figure out how my blog and Instagram need to evolve. And please don’t hesitate to give me some constructive feedback.
Your Resident Eathority,
P.S. As always, keep comments civil. I have no tolerance for people’s intolerance, rigid food rules or catty comments. No question is dumb and curiosity is always encouraged.