When is the last time you felt confident about food?
A time when you gave your body a combination of what it needs and wants (not always the same thing!).
A time when you felt healthy, energetic, strong.
A time when you thought about food when your body was physically hungry and then you spent the rest of your time living your life.
Whether it has been a short time, a long time, or you don’t know if you have ever had this kind of intuitive relationship with food, I want you to know that you can. Nutrition counseling can help you.
How Nutrition Counseling Can Help
I was drawn to my career path in nutrition because I believe in the power of food to heal, nourish, nurture, fuel, and to be a source of daily pleasure.
Food is part of our story. Our collective story as humans who require food to live, and our personal stories – yours and mine. Many factors influence what you eat, and you have more control over some of these factors than others. Exploring your individual needs, what influences your choices and how food can best help you meet your needs, is what I do.
Whether you want to lower your cholesterol, improve your sports performance, prevent diabetes, or treat an eating disorder, changing behavior is hard. Together, with curiosity and compassion, our combined knowledge of food, nutrition counseling, and your life situation, we create a strategy that works for you. No fads or gimmicks, though I’m happy to answer your questions about the latest nutrition trends.
I love to geek out about how nutrients in food interact with our bodies (and minds). My favorite part of being a nutritionist however, is helping you to make sustainable changes that support the best version of yourself.
I look forward to being part of your journey towards better self-care.