Diana Rice, RD, LD (she/her) is the founder of Tiny Seed Family Nutrition, a counseling and consulting company with the mission of helping families enjoy a healthy relationship with food. In her private practice, she treats both children and adults with conditions including selective eating and ARFID, food fixations, weight concerns, dieting trauma and eating disorders. She studied dietetics at the University of Northern Colorado, completed her dietetic internship with Cedar Crest College and also holds a degree in journalism from New York University. Diana aligns with the Health at Every Size (HAES) movement and is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. She is active on Instagram at @anti.diet.kids, a platform to help parents navigate raising children to reject diet culture and embrace their naturally-born ability to be intuitive eaters. She also writes the Substack “The Messy Intersection,” which speaks to new mothers seeking to restore their own relationships with food while raising children with the resilience to resist dieting and embrace their natural body sizes. Diana is based in Edmond, Oklahoma where she lives with her husband and two young girls.