*So Many Emotions, So Many Things To Eat (Or Not Eat)*
As a dietitian working in the hospital, I meet a lot of different people and hear a lot of different stories. I get consulted to see people for many different reasons, but one of these reasons is for unintentional weight loss and decreased appetite. Some people understand that a dietitian is there to talk about more topics than just what’s on the menu for today. And then there are some that want to ramble off their lunch order (there is always the jokester who says that they would like a steak and a baked potato and I give them a courteous laugh and continue with the real reason that I am in there to seem them).
I hear A LOT of stories you guys. I mean, I think anyone who works in the medical or health field and works with patients hear a lot of stories because everyone has a story and for some reason, in desperate and vulnerable places, these stories tend to come out.
For me, it usually starts with one simple question: "Have you lost weight recently?”Read More