For too many of us, nourishment is no longer a simple matter of hunger and satiety, satisfaction and pleasure. Guilt, compulsion, self-denigration, deprivation and concern for the planet are on the menu, now, and confusion is in every bite. It’s your job to help others navigate that. Let me help you do what you do best. This web page highlights selected writing by Dr. Lindo Bacon relevant to people working in nutrition, dietetics, and food justice. To find much more extensive writing on these topics and more, visit the topics resources page
and read Linda’s books.
Weight Science (Peer-Reviewed)
Excerpts from Dr. Bacon’s Debate at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The HAES Manifesto
The Health at Every Size Manifesto, reproduced from Linda's groundbreaking book. Summarizes hot topics and the need for a paradigm shift. A must-have for everyone's library.
A Message for People Who Have Lost Weight
How are behaviors affect our weight is extremely individual, and whatever you did to lose weight may not be helpful for someone else. Learn how you can use your experience to help, not harm.
The Racist Roots of Fighting Obesity
Prescribing weight loss to black women is ineffective, damaging and ignores barriers to their health, write Lindo and Sabrina Strings, in this special edition of Scientific American.