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FEAST 2014 and Weight Restoration 2.0

posted by Julie O'Toole on February 5, 2014 at 11:44pm

Morgan and I just returned from the parent-founded and parent-lead F.E.A.S.T. conference, familiar to many of you as an online resource for parents whose children are struggling with an eating disorder.

The conference lasted two days, and we spoke at noon on the second day, to a group of (mainly) parents and a few activist providers.  The following comments are just some of my personal impressions, not necessarily shared by anyone else.

The keynote speaker was Laura Hill, PhD.,…

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Vegetables and Kartini’s Meal Plan

posted by Julie O'Toole on January 22, 2014 at 11:33pm

Despite the fact that we occasionally receive criticism of our Meal Plan for its supposed “rigidity”, what has struck me after years of reading people’s food journals is the degree to which people self-limit their food choices.  This is especially true of vegetables.  I have also noticed that our families’ food journals fall roughly into two categories: those who seem to relish a more Mediterranean style of eating (the original intent of the Meal Plan, by the way) and those who eat a…

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The Kartini Meal Plan De-Mystified

posted by Julie O'Toole on October 17, 2013 at 12:17am

There is a common misconception out there that Kartini patients are fed on a strict meal plan for the rest of their lives.  But what exactly is our meal plan? And while we talking about it, what's our approach to meals and food in general?

Well…

  1. there’s the “parents in charge” (of all meals) thing

  2. there’s the recording on the food journal thing

  3. there’s the family dinners thing/ home cooking thing

  4. there’s the whole-milk-no-low-fat thing

  5. there’s the…

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More Details about Kartini Clinic’s Meal Plan

posted by Julie O'Toole on March 15, 2008 at 2:21am

I have recently received some feedback about our food plan that impels me to add a few details. The food plan has been the backbone of treatment at the Kartini Clinic for many years, but there are some things you should know about it.

  • It was developed to enable families to feed their children without resort to counting calories or exchanges. The child chooses among real food items that have been counted already (by us). Many different food choices are available.
  • Within the…
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