Supportive nutrition counseling to help you rebuild your relationship with food

Many individuals struggle with disordered behaviors when it comes to eating and food. Sometimes we are aware of these behaviors and sometimes it shows up for us as not being able to maintain or achieve nutrition related goals that stem from nutrition advice we hear from friends, coworkers, family or see on social media.  Nutrition advice is sometimes confusing and contradictory which leads us to wonder who we can trust to provide evidence-based information. What makes nutrition advice even more complicated is that all of us are unique, meaning what may work for one individual might not work for another. Seeking help from a professional trained in nutrition and disordered eating can be helpful to weed through this process in order to find out what might work best for you and your relationship with food.

Natalie is a Registered Dietitian who has a passion for busting myths and helping you repair your relationship with food. Natalie is a HAES(R)-informed provider and uses non-diet approaches to health and wellness. Natalie will not use weight as an indicator of success and does not recommend weight loss, as this can lead to increased disordered eating, eating disorders and risk of malnutrition.

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*Registered Dietitians (RD/RDN) are required to earn a Bachelor’s degree with coursework approved by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics  (ACEND), complete 1200 hours supervised practice from an accredited program, pass a national exam administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR), and complete 75 hours of continuing education every 5 years.