I’m Kylie and welcome to immaEATthat, a blog for those with disordered eating or eating disorders who’d like to make peace with food and their natural body size.
I launched the blog in 2011 and it has since transitioned from primarily a food blog filled with tasty recipes to a blog dedicated to stopping disordered eating and helping people fall back in love with a healthful relationship with food and their body size. For years, I shared new blog posts 3-5 times a week, on a variety of different topics: body image, eating disorder recovery, tasty recipes, random life updates, pregnancy updates, bible + food/body image, motherhood journey, but as I’ve evolved (had babies and where I wanted to put my time shifted), so has the blog and these days I aim to post once a week on one of the above topics.
In addition to running the blog, I’m a Registered Dietitian working in eating disorder recovery in Houston, Texas. I have an outpatient private practice, immaEATthat Nutrition Counseling. I’m also working towards my Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) credential through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. In 2018, Morgan Sinclair and I launched the Soft + Strong Market, a shop selling products that give you permission to eat and be in your body with ease. We do several non-diet product launches throughout the year, including: shirts, onesies, stickers/magnets, journals, etc.
Everyone’s definition of “healthy eating” is different. For me, a healthy eater is someone who eats everything and doesn’t need food rules, since they allow their God-given hunger cues, fullness cues, and cravings to guide their intake.
If you’re interested in learning more about me and my approach to nutrition and health, here are a few podcasts I’ve been interviewed on:
If you struggle with an eating disorder / disordered eating / compulsive exercise / have been dieting forever, I would be more than happy to help you. I see clients in-person in Houston and, for those not located in Houston, I occasionally work with clients virtually. You can find more about my nutrition counseling here or by emailing me at: immaEATthat@gmail.com.