Erin Bushman Nutrition

Erin Bushman is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian in St Louis who provides nutrition counseling and specializes in eating disorders.

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Branz Nutrition Counseling

Good news to share!
1. I'm starting to see clients in St Louis at Branz Nutrition Counseling, LLC!
2. I'm officially a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian through Iaedp Foundation!

branznutritioncounseling.com Branz Nutrition Counceling is lead by Registered Dietician Erica Branz who specializes in adult and adolescent eating disorders.

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Ways to Respond to Your ED Voice

Which way do you respond to your ED voice?
#1 Fighting Words
#2 The Pollyanna
#3 Talk to the Hand
#4 The Parent
Read a description of each on the blog!

recoveringwithgod.com Giving the eating disorder a name like “Ed” is a common way to externalize the disorder, or think of it as separate from your own mind and body. Many people can distinctly hear the voi…

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Spring Cleaning

*Starting fresh with eating clean on Monday
*Extra time on the treadmill to burn away last night’s feast
*Purging via vomiting

Are these ways you might be cleansing yourself? We all have different forms of cleansing ourselves. Some are more harmful than others. Some are more culturally acceptable than others. Read more on my new blog post below

recoveringwithgod.com I was reading Psalm 51 today and took notice of the following phrases: “blot out” “wash away” “cleanse me” “create in me a pure heart” We long to be …

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Worship during Negative Emotions

New Blog Post featuring Mike OBrien!!
"I never heard my friend Josh sing a single note in his life until he was on his deathbed. A few weeks before he passed away he was singing the hymns of his childhood, even in his morphine haze. Our worship is never discounted. If we are not 100%, that is a perfectly acceptable to God. Jesus perfects our prayers."

recoveringwithgod.com Well, leave it up to the Mike O’Brien to inspire me to get back to blogging after a long hiatus! A long while back, I blogged about using yoga as a way to worship God, similar to how we can …

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Is Sugar Addiction Real and Is Sugar Inflammatory?

Really good article

thereallife-rd.com What does the science actually say about sugar addiction? Is sugar actually inflammatory? Read all about the truth of these claims in this post.

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Christian Track: Easter Hope for the Body

What does Easter have to do with eating disorders? No, not just your battle with the jelly beans and chocolate bunnies in your Easter basket. So, so much more. Read more about the importance of Jesus inhabiting a human body and what that means for you!

"Easter means you are invited to trust God with your body. It means that you are invited to step out of the tomb of darkness, secrecy and shame."

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FOUR HUNGERS THAT LIE BENEATH OUR FOOD ISSUES // Week 1 lesson for our brand new ChristFED small group tool

FOUR HUNGERS THAT LIE BENEATH OUR FOOD ISSUES // Week 1 lesson for our brand new ChristFED small group tool. Woot!

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Faith Based Counseling | Nutrition Counseling | Nutritious Notions | Registered Dietitian | Faith Based Counseling

Happy to have stumbled upon this blog and faith-based dietitian :)

nutritiousnotions.com Most concerns about food and body image are not really about food and body image. There almost always exists a “heart issue”--- a need for love and acceptance,

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Spiritual Practice #1

A 15-minute awareness exercise to try out!

recoveringwithgod.com So, as I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve been over here (trying to) rest lately. In my explorations of what that actually looks like, I stumbled upon an awareness exercise from a podcast …

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National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness Recovery and Understanding

recoveringwithgod.com The following is a prayer taken from the Mental Health Ministries website:   Loving Creator, we come to you on this National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness Recovery and Understanding because…

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Hope Is Essential When Working With People Who Have “Chronic” Eating Disorders, by John Levitt, PhD

The importance of providing hope to those with eating disorders...even and especially for those who have been struggling for years.

more-love.org I never use the word “chronic” or “difficult” when describing a person who has been struggling with an eating disorder for a long time and who has required medical stabiliza…

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Master Plans and Baby Steps in Recovery

The Lord is good to those who DEPEND on him (Lamentations 3:25). In a world where independence is glorified, look to and depend on HIS plan, not yours.

recoveringwithgod.com I hate baby steps. Similarly to how I hate that I’m not able to write posts twice per week like I had planned. When I have an idea, I want to dive into it fully and accomplish as much as I …

Baby steps are small but efficient. What step toward healing your relationship with food are you feeling drawn to today?

https://recoveringwithgod.com/2017/09/16/master-plans-and-baby-steps-in-recovery/

[09/18/17]   "...an educated understanding of brain function and psychological dynamics is not contrary to Scripture but, indeed, is simply another way in which God reveals His majesty and power."
-Dr. Matthew Stanford

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Master Plans and Baby Steps in Recovery

Are you on par with Leslie Knopp when it comes to planning?

Have any of you pictured what recovering from your eating problems might look like and ended up somewhere completely different from what you expected?

Perhaps you were motivated and excited to receive a meal plan from your dietitian, but instead she chattered on about intuitive eating without giving you any concrete instructions.

Read more about master plans (and a more rewarding alternative) on my new blog post.

recoveringwithgod.com I hate baby steps. Similarly to how I hate that I’m not able to write posts twice per week like I had planned. When I have an idea, I want to dive into it fully and accomplish as much as I …

I'm pumped to read this book written by a psychology professor who holds a degree in neuroscience AND who is also a Christian.

Science + Faith can work together.

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Bloom

Writing is healing...I love that this blogger's new book about her eating disorder has prompts for the reader to write.

"Designed as an interactive, three-month daily journal with room to write, Caralyn shares the Scripture verses and quotes that were the most powerful in her own recovery from anorexia."

Bloom: A Journal by BeautyBeyondBones takes the reader on a motivating and inspiring journey inside the mind of a young woman trapped in the cycle of anorexia, and through the raw and often painful journey to new life. Designed as an interactive, three-month daily journal with room to write, Caralyn...

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Bloom

Writing is healing...I love that this blogger's new book about her eating disorder has prompts for the reader to write.

"Designed as an interactive, three-month daily journal with room to write, Caralyn shares the Scripture verses and quotes that were the most powerful in her own recovery from anorexia."

Bloom: A Journal by BeautyBeyondBones takes the reader on a motivating and inspiring journey inside the mind of a young woman trapped in the cycle of anorexia, and through the raw and often painful journey to new life. Designed as an interactive, three-month daily journal with room to write, Caralyn...

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In Whose Image? Food, Body and the Church

Sharing this event hosted by Rock Recovery. It's for church leaders on how to approach eating disorders in the church.

eventbrite.com In Whose Image? - A Pastoral Response to the Silent Problem of Disordered Eating and Body Image Disordered eating and body image issues impact our church members and community daily. A staggering statistic cites that 42% of 1st - 3rd graders want to be thinner, and over half of of women are dissatis...

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The Fear of Lack in Eating Disorders

It’s a lack of trust in the body. It’s a fear of “not enough.” It’s an attempt to control, fight for what we need, and “take matters into our own hands.” This might not just be about food. This might be a little deeper…what do you think?

recoveringwithgod.com What if my husband finishes the last of the cheesecake and there’s none left for me? What if I eat my whole meal plan and I’m still hungry at the end of the night? I just feel like I ne…

It seems like a no-brainer! Mindfulness? Non-judgment? Listening to your body? It’s like yoga was MADE for eating disorder recovery!

https://recoveringwithgod.com/2017/08/22/holy-yoga/

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Accepting your New Body?

The paradox of the new mom bod: "We feel guilty if we can’t get back to our pre-baby bodies AND we also feel guilty if we aren’t “positive” about this new body."

recoveringwithgod.com I’m back (hopefully!) after a hiatus due to a little something called the 4-month sleep regression that my son recently delved into. Speaking of babies, I wrote a guest post for an old frien…

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How do you react to suffering?

Which of these 2 reactions to suffering can you relate to the most?

recoveringwithgod.com Having an eating disorder or related problem = SUFFERING.  How do you typically react to this suffering? What it looks like to minimize your suffering “It’s not a big deal.  Other peopl…

You are priceless.
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"The next time you’re in the dressing room, think of God seated on the bench by the mirror..."

Read my most recent post, "Jesus on a Treadmill" at www.recoveringwithgod.com

Before you automatically click play on Netflix's To the Bone this weekend: Is it wise to watch this movie considering where you are at in your life right now? What does your gut say? More to consider at www.recoveringwithgod.com

#tothebone #lilycollins #netflix #eatingdisorders #anorexia

To the Bone comes out tomorrow on Netflix. "You have the freedom to decide what and how much media to consume. If you're not feeling it, stop the movie and move on to something else." Read more tips about Netflix movie To the Bone at www.recoveringwithgod.com.
#tothebone #lilycollins #netflix #eatingdisorders #anorexia

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'To the Bone' walks fine line of depicting eating disorders

The article shares examples of how the film is being sensitive to the eating disorder population...trying to avoid numbers and prejudices. I'm glad they took some of these things into consideration.

We'll see on Friday how effective these precautions are for viewers!

washingtonpost.com Writer and director Marti Noxon struggled with anorexia and bulimia for 10 years. It’s her story, albeit a fictionalized version, that she tells in “To The Bone,” a feature film coming to Netflix on Friday about a 20-year-old artist whose eating disorder has reached a dire point. Lily Collins, who h...

"The protagonists in movies are typically very likable and oftentimes we want to be like them. Remember these are fictional characters. Remember that you are fearfully and wonderfully made, you have value as you are, and you were created to be you, and only you."

New post is UP about the new Netflix movie, To the Bone. There's quite a controversy surrounding the movie. I'm not hear to tell you whether or not you should watch it, but I will give you some important points to consider at www.recoveringwithgod.com

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When people find out that you're a dietitian, you often receive comments that invoke this reaction. (Does anyone else love this emoji?) Read the story at www.recoveringwithgod.com - How to Handle Ignorant ED comments

New Post - How to Deal with Ignorant Comments about Eating and Weight - www.recoveringwithgod.com

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