How Pregnancy Helps You See The Beauty Inside You

L9P Community Post: Tina Muir By now, many in the running world know my story of amenorrhea recovery. I went from nine years without a single period to…well, what will be ten to eleven years without a period, but in the middle there during the recovery process, something special happened. The first egg my body had … Continue reading How Pregnancy Helps You See The Beauty Inside You

Filling the Void: From athlete to unknown

L9P Community Post: Chloe Davis, MS, RD, LDN, CSN How to bridge the gap between athlete and active. Managing nutrition, mindfulness and movement in times of transition. If you can think back to elementary school when a teacher assigned you to use words that described yourself, what words did you pick? Fast forward to college, … Continue reading Filling the Void: From athlete to unknown

Rediscovering my love for food

L9P Community Member and Ambassador Post: Sara Scinto Food has been a huge part of my life since the day I was born. It went from something that felt celebratory and pleasurable to something I over-analyzed and restricted. Now I’m working to rediscover my intuitive hunger signals and my innate love for food. I was … Continue reading Rediscovering my love for food

College Athletes: The help you need is right where you need it

L9P Community Post: Samantha Thierry The number one fear I find working with athletes is “the dietitian will pull me from my sport, I don’t want to talk to them.” I’m writing to the student athletes here, to let you know that it’s 100% okay to talk to a dietitian, or even another individual in … Continue reading College Athletes: The help you need is right where you need it

For recovery, I took a break from running

L9P Community Post: Kathleen Hernder, RD My story with running is a bit of a complicated one. If you were to ask me about running ten years ago when I started, I would have told you I ran because it made me feel good. That’s true now. But, I started running in University because I … Continue reading For recovery, I took a break from running