Have you recently discovered Health At Every Size and Intuitive Eating, but felt:

  • Like you have SO MANY unanswered, nuanced questions?
  • Unprepared to use these concepts in practice because you were never taught about them?
  • Unsupported in pursuing these practice philosophies in your dietetics program?
  • As if you don’t have a community of like-minded peers to learn with?
Nourish Your Knowledge is an online course created by two weight inclusive registered dietitians who felt EXACTLY the same way during their training. Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating are radical, counter-cultural approaches to nutrition that are rooted in evidence but can be very overwhelming to navigate alone while in a traditional, weight-centric training program. Diving deep into your own learning can feel isolating, confusing, and disheartening, but it doesn’t have to be.
Our course provides:
  • Virtual group support from experienced registered dietitians and like-minded peers
  • Detailed lectures and handouts tailored specifically for nutrition & dietetics students
  •  Additional resources and links to affordable learning opportunities from experts across the IE/HAES community
  • 3.5 CEUs for registered dietitians, approved by CDR

Nourish Your Knowledge is a self-paced online course with live virtual group support sessions. This course contains:
  • 5 pre-recorded lectures
  • Accompanying handouts linking to relevant resources & research from other HAES/IE experts
  • Options to bundle with live virtual support sessions via Zoom

Response to Racism in Dietetics

Nourish Your Knowledge focuses on educating and empowering nutrition students and dietitians in the practices of Health at Every Size™,  intuitive eating and social justice oriented nutrition care. We recognize that true body liberation and wellness for all is actively anti-racist. We acknowledge that in order to best serve students and our communities, we need to have a profession that is representative of the population as a whole. The field of dietetics is severely underrepresented by Black people; only 2.6% of dietitians are Black. This needs to change. Racism in our course and online community will not be tolerated and will be actively called to light.

We recognize our privileges as thin, white, cis females and that our experiences and perspectives are limited. We also recognize that we have major blind spots and biases in our work because of these experiences (or lack thereof). It is of the utmost importance that we continue to do our own work--professionally and personally--in dismantling systems of oppression, including the racist roots of our country and education system.

We have sought to be conscious in addressing racism throughout various lectures in Nourish Your Knowledge, and through being called-in by some amazing Black dietitian colleagues, have come to realize that this is simply not enough. A truly anti-racist approach to teaching about HAES calls for a bold directness in addressing systemic racism. We are in the process of hiring consultation from people with lived experiences to develop more content that should have been part of the curriculum from the get-go; we apologize for not addressing racism more proactively. Past and present course participants will be notified when these new resources are available, and no extra charge to participants will be associated with this additional content. We appreciate the honest feedback from our Black and indigenous people of color colleagues that has moved us to grow in our mission to make a social justice approach to dietetics the norm.

"I highly recommend this course to future dietitians who hope to practice through an IE/HAES lens."


Discounts are available for small groups of 4 or more people, as well as additional options for internship programs and nutrition departments. Send an email to [email protected] for group discount pricing.

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Course Only

3.5 CEUs included

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Virtual group supervision calls will resume in 2021.

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Hi, I’m Hannah Turnbull, RDN.

Hannah Turnbull, RDN is a registered dietitian and the owner of Nourished with Hannah, a group practice based in Denver, Colorado that specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and disordered eating from a health at every size and intuitive eating lens. Her mission is to empower people to unlearn the rules society has taught us about food, dieting and bodies by practicing self care and self compassion. Her practice helps clients establish flexible, mindful eating habits and sustainable self care practices so they can begin to live their most nourished lives.

Hannah attended University of Missouri-Columbia for her BS in Medical Dietetics with a dual emphasis in Nutrition and Fitness. She is currently pursuing the Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) Certification and is a board member of the International Association of Eating Disoder Professionals (IAEDP), Denver chapter. She is a sought out speaker for talks and presentations on eating disorders, intuitive eating, and weight inclusive topics.

Hi, I'm McKenzie Caldwell, MPH, RDN.

McKenzie Caldwell, MPH, RDN is a registered dietitian and owner of the Charlotte, NC-based private practice, Feed Your Zest Nutrition & Wellness where she specializes in nutrition therapy for hypothalamic amenorrhea, pregnancy, diabetes and eating disorders using a weight inclusive approach. McKenzie empowers her clients to look beyond food as they move towards thriving through intuitive eating. She also has experience working as a dietitian at an eating disorder clinic providing medical nutrition therapy to clients from financially and ethnically diverse backgrounds at the partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient levels of care.

McKenzie attended Cornell University for her BS in Nutritional Sciences, and completed her Master of Public Health & Dietetic Internship at UNC Chapel Hill, where she also completed additional training in Maternal & Child Health and Developmental Disabilities. Creating resources, teaching students and training dietetic interns as a preceptor energizes her and gives her hope for the future of weight inclusive health care.