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As your dietitian, I do not take the role of the food or weight police. That has never been, nor will it ever be, the motivation for my work. Eating is something we do multiple times a day. It is part of our behavior. Making changes in how we eat is changing our behaviors which is HARD. We will figure it out together, don’t worry. I will work with you to discover what changes are truly meaningful for you. We must deeply believe in the reasons for making changes with food in order to make those changes the new norm. Without a rooted reason for change, a bad week can throw us completely off track and we’ve suddenly forgotten what we were working on in the first place.

Changing how you eat is hard. Period.

Don’t worry - I’m on your side.

My work with eating disorders has taught me that human nature fights against hard set rules when it comes to food. Because of this, I will work with you on understanding your specific nutrition needs, hunger and fullness, cravings, desires, physical symptoms associated with food so you can get on with your life! We must fuel our bodies, but this looks different for each person. Over time, you will discover a rhythm with nutrition that suits your needs: mind, body and soul.

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Food and exercise should be a part of your life, but not your whole life. I have am here to help you put food and exercise back in their rightful places as a life experiences that don’t come with fear, guilt, worry, shame, or obsessiveness. I am trained to address the following:

  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  • Binge Eating Disorder
  • Body Image Concerns
  • Orthorexia
  • Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified
  • Exercise Addiction
  • Emotional Eating
  • Night Eating Syndrome

I am invested in helping your improve your performance and overall enjoyment of your sport or activity of choice. Proper nutrition is a powerful tool for every athlete. I am here to help with the following:

  • Nutrient needs appropriate for your sport
  • Development of a daily meal plan appropriate to your sport
  • Nutrient timing
  • Meal and snack planning
  • Variations in nutritional needs based on your stage of training
  • Hydration needs

What we eat affects our health. And our health can affect how we eat. A new diagnosis may require you to pay more attention to how you eat. Or, you may have a condition that creates more trouble with food. Either way, I can help. I am trained to address the following:

  • Heart disease
  • Elevated cholesterol and/or triglycerides
  • Kidney disease
  • Pre-diabetes and diabetes
  • Food allergies and intolerances
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Constipation
  • Chronic heart burn

Nutrient needs change throughout a child’s life and it can be difficult to know how and what to feed your children. As children move into adolescents, nutrient needs change dramatically and so can their attitudes towards food and their bodies. I am here to help address the following:

  • Nutrient needs based on the age of your child
  • Need for supplementation
  • Growth concerns
  • Hydration concerns
  • Picky eating
  • Negative body image talk
  • Nutrition for sports

Because I absolutely love doing nutrition education, I am available to give talks and presentations on various nutrition topics. I would love to put an individualized presentation together for you and your group. Contact me for further questions. Presentations that I do currently include:

  • Basics of Nutrition
  • Body Image/Media Literacy
  • Facts vs Myths of Nutrition and Health
  • Health at Every Size
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Activity to Promote Health and Longevity
  • Nutrition and Disease
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