A Million Meals

Caring for children in today's confusing food environment

A Diet by Any Other Name

Too often, it takes having or knowing a child with an eating disorder to make parents understand how harmful many prevailing practices around food can be. One example of many is the current way we discuss and practice restrictive eating, once quaintly known as “dieting" but now rebranded as a healthy behavior. Read More

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Zanthe Taylor, M.F.A., is a former dramaturg and English teacher who is currently raising two daughters in Brooklyn, NY.


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