We all know that “healthy eating” is good for us…but when does “healthy eating” cross a line? From paleo, to keto, to gut healing diets, carnivore, AIP, vegan, vegetarian…sometimes it’s overwhelming! While many of these diets can be therapeutic and healing, if we aren’t aware, they can also be detrimental to our health. Clair Mysko, CEO from the National Eating Disorder Association is here to help us break it down.
BIO
 Claire Mysko is the Chief Executive Officer of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) and an internationally recognized expert on eating disorders, body image and media literacy. She is the author of Does This Pregnancy Make Me Look Fat? The Essential Guide to Loving Your Body Before and After Baby (2009) and You’re Amazing! A No-Pressure Guide to Being Your Best Self (2008) an award-winning self-esteem manual for girls.
Mysko previously served as NEDA’s Chief Operating Officer, Director of Programs, and as a consultant on Proud2Bme and Proud2BMe On Campus, NEDA’s youth platforms. Prior to joining NEDA, she served as the director of the American Anorexia Bulimia Association and spearheaded the development of pioneering online communities at Girls Inc. and SmartGirl.
During her tenure at NEDA, Mysko has overseen a rapid expansion in both reach and programs, including the implementation of an evidence-based eating disorders prevention program in New York City schools, initiatives to bust prevailing myths about eating disorders, and the cultivation of key relationships with companies including Aerie, Crisis Text Line, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
In her limited free time, Claire enjoys collecting vintage vinyl and tending to her young daughter.