Is worrying about your eating leaving you overwhelmed?
Eating well doesn’t have to mean overthinking it.
Your journey to rebuilding a peaceful relationship with food starts here.
But then, something goes wrong. You find yourself preoccupied with food rules and chasing perfection.
Restrictive eating patterns quickly turn to overeating and binging, which makes you feel like you need to add more rules, or different rules, to make up for it.
Then, the cycle starts over. The guilt and shame feel overwhelming and you start to believe you are powerless.
Have you ever thought, “Maybe I just can’t trust myself with food?”
It’s easy for your fears to start to eat away at you.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Nourishing confidence means reconnecting with that part of you that knows when, where, and how to eat for not just maximum health, but maximum empowerment.
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Gain a New Perspective
Hi, I am Emily Fonnesbeck, RD.
Solving your eating problems by adding more rules doesn’t work. By taking an individualized approach based on your personal goals, together we can:
Get to the root of why you have certain beliefs, behaviors and feelings around food
Improve your relationship with food and find eating habits specific to your needs without deprivation or restriction
Build your confidence with food by learning to focus on your overall health and wellbeing
Improve your body image through body respect
The Hard Truth about Diets. They Don’t Work.
Your eating habits are influenced by more than just what you know about food. They can be influenced by beliefs, past dieting, family culture, food preferences, people you associate with, the media you consume and your body’s unique physiology.
Using Intuitive Eating principles, you’ll discover a weight-neutral, non-diet approach to nutrition where I believe all foods can fit. As a nutrition therapist and Registered Dietitian, I can help you build confidence, knowledge, and trust in your ability to make food decisions without a strict set of rules.
Using Intuitive Eating principles, you’ll discover a weight-neutral, non-diet approach to nutrition. This methodology can be practiced by anyone and also be integrated into more specific eating practices that honor food allergies or eating preferences.
I believe it is never too late to take action and leave your food fears behind.
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