5 Reasons to Ditch the Diet Mentality

by: Kelsey N. Brown, MEd, CHES

Nutrition

Research suggests intuitive eating may be a promising way to maintain a normal body weight and a healthy relationship with food.

Research suggests intuitive eating may be a promising way to maintain a normal body weight and a healthy relationship with food.

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Fitness Journal, Volume 14, Issue 2

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About the Author

Kelsey N. Brown, MEd, CHES

Kelsey N. Brown, MEd, CHES IDEA Author/Presenter

Kelsey has over a decade of experience in the health and fitness industry. She has worked as a group fitness instructor, health coach, health educator and writes for various fitness publications including IDEA Fitness Journal, ACSM Health & Fitness Journal and the American Council on Exercise. Kelsey currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at San Diego Mesa College and is the Director of their Personal Trainer Certificate Program. Kelsey holds a Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Fitness, Nutrition and Health from San Diego State University and a Masters Degree in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Health Education Specialist (NCHEC), Health Coach (ACE), Group Fitness Instructor (ACE) and Personal Trainer (NASM). Whether teaching, writing, training, or health coaching, Kelsey’s goal is to help those she works with develop lifelong healthy behaviors that strengthen their physical, mental and emotional health. Reach her at kelseyngraham@gmail.com.