Lindsey McKeon, RD

    I am extremely passionate about this documentary because I have two precious young daughters and several nieces. “I want my husband, my brothers and brother-in-law’s to learn how to talk to their daughters about healthy body image and self-esteem and empower these young ladies to embrace their bodies and to not abuse them.” “I cannot tell you how many times that my brother or other dads I know with teenage daughters tell me they do not know what to say to their young daughters.” “I believe after viewing this documentary, father figures will learn what a healthy father-daughter relationship is and raise women who will develop self-reliance and confidence and eat balanced.” We need to put an end to body shaming.


    Professional Highlights

    Immaculata University, M.A. in Nutrition Education combined with American Dietetic Association (ADA) Dietetic Internship, Thesis: Meal Support Therapy

    University of Houston, Post-Baccalaureate, Didactic Program

    Southeastern Louisiana University, B.A. General Studies, Minor in Biology

    Lindsey has experience leading eating disorder support groups and teaching nutrition for individuals struggling with eating disorders and their friends and family

    Most of her career has been spent working with women’s health issues and women with eating disorders.

    She has worked with individuals at the outpatient level, in partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP) settings.

    She helps individual by assessing them, meal planning and helps to find balance with the motto of “All foods fit in moderation.”