If you have been following my posts, you can see I have a love for cooking - but in my office, my passion is for helping people begin to form a new relationship with food. By training, I am a Registered Dietitian and my expertise in treating eating disorders. However, in my private practice I find that so many people struggle with a wide variety of disordered eating, poor body image, and negative feelings caused by their food choices. I urge you to think about your relationship with food, and where you want it to be in the New Year. A healthy relationship allows you to eat dessert and not feel guilty, to fuel your body when hungry, and not fill up on calorie free drinks. A healthy relationship with food allows you to eat healthy balanced meals because you want to - not because it feels like an obligation.
This past holiday season, I was really touched when a new client purchased 8 sessions with me as a gift for his parents to give them the gift of starting a new relationship with food. Maybe it's time you think about yours.