Hilary Kearney, RD, LDN
As a dietitian nutritionist committed to individualized, weight-neutral care, the interconnection between food and emotion has always been central to my work. Eating and preparing food are some of the most fundamental acts of care we provide, either for ourselves or for others, but are also some of the first things to fall by the wayside or take on an oversized role during times of stress, sadness, or change. My role as your dietitian is to help you navigate your nutrition during periods when, for any number of reasons, eating intuitively isn’t as easy as you’d hoped. From meal planning to recipe brainstorming, we can find your way back to a healthier relationship with food together.
After studying food writing in college, I worked in other fields before becoming a Registered Dietitian in 2020. I worked for a year and a half at Sheppard Pratt’s Center for Eating Disorders before moving to an outpatient diabetes clinic in early 2022. Areas of focus include eating disorders, intuitive eating, perinatal nutrition, and the interplay between food and feelings.
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