Healthy Eating & Relationship with Food
I help women feel lighter and more positive around food by teaching them how to use nutritional principals flexibly to achieve their health goals.
Every day, I witness women struggling with their relationship to food. They feel guilty when they eat, they deprive themselves of the foods they love, and they constantly worry about their weight. This cycle of restriction and guilt can be damaging to both physical and mental health, leading to problems such as disordered eating, anxiety, digestive complaints, fertility concerns and difficulties in maintaining a healthy weight, amongst many others.
Nourishing ourselves should be one of the simplest things we do each day, yet so many women go through life feeling weighed down by food - both physically and emotionally. My goal is to help women break free from these negative patterns and establish a more positive relationship with food.
I work with women to understand their true nutritional needs and establish regular eating patterns that meet those needs. We explore disordered eating beliefs and relearn how to listen to the body’s hunger and fullness cues and trust them.
NB if you have been diagnosed with an eating disorder (e.g. Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia Nervosa), you need to look for a specialist eating disorder service for support.