(Spoiler: The answer is yes.)
In addition to my practice, I also occassionally post recipes that are realistic for at-home cooks, inventive, and helpful for clients working with me on nutrition goals in our sessions at my (food & book) blog mostlybalanced.com. A few of those recipes have been featured in some round-up posts by fellow dietitians over the past few weeks. Not all of the posts are focused on eating disorder recovery or diabetes management (and I'm not on board with all the language used around "healthy" or assuming nutrition goals for a general audience), but it's still fun to see the collective creativity of dietitians.
A few of the recipes include:
The co-occurence of binge eating disorder and type 2 diabetes is an intersection of two of my specialities, and something that doesn't get talked about enough in either eating disorder treatment circles or diabetes treatment circles. I'm really interested in exploring how people managing binge eating behaviors balance their diabetes self-care routines and the extent to which the two conditions influence each other. A post I wrote for my clinic's blog (Walden Behavioral Care) was recently published: