It's time to ditch the diets
& treat your body right.
As a recovering binge eater and chronic dieter who has struggled with disordered eating for 30 years and counting, she now works closely with others who are ready to normalize their relationship with food and their body, and break free from the dieting and binge-eating cycle for good. She is a certified holistic health coach, trained at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and she has completed a 200-hr yoga teacher training at Whole Sky Yoga (RYS). She lives in Rosendale, New York, with her husband, their two children, a dog and two cats.
I started my first diet when I was 14. Puberty had arrived with a vengeance, along with breasts, hips and thighs. My life felt out of control, and so I turned to the one thing I could control: food.
That was the start of a lifelong relationship with disordered eating. Whenever my life felt scary or out of control, which was pretty much all the time, I would turn to dieting. I’d lose a bit of weight, I’d feel better. Then the weight would come back, often more than before, and I’d feel worse than when I’d started. READ MORE