Old School Food Freedom

Back to the Table with Amy Carlson, MS, RD, LD

By October 31, 2022April 14th, 2023No Comments

Amy Carlson, MS, RD, LD

Advertising and culture tells us that we should all try to fit into one body image. But Christ’s image of perfection is entirely different, and it’s only through Him and through His original design that we are perfected.

In this episode, FINDINGbalance Executive Director, Chrissy Kirkman, has an inspiring discussion with registered/licensed dietitian and co-founder of the Peace With Food app, Amy Carlson. Listen in to discover new knowledge and ways of thinking that will help equip you to become who God wants you to be– no matter where you are in your journey with food and body image.

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