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Pensive by the espresso machine

Master's in Nutrition, Certified Intuitive Eating counselor,
& Integrative Life Coach

I began my intuitive eating journey mid year 2021. Hearing women say they'd tried (a diet) and failed, over and over again, and thinking I had a different solution but really didn't, there came to a point where I said "There's gotta be a different way".

I went into intuitive eating, initially, for professional reasons. To continue helping women but through a different, anti-diet lens instead. Little did I know that before I could get there, and help other women in the way I wanted, I had to do a whole lot of unlearning - especially around health.  

My relationship to food wasn't as wonderful as I'd always believed. And that's partly because many disordered eating behaviours are, not just normalized, but also glamourized, especially if they come off as "health" promoting. Such as...

  • Having nuts and fruit for lunch

  • Eating sandwiches either open-faced, on small slices of bread, or from "healthy" vegetarian type places only

  • Keeping track of carb portions

  • Choosing my exercise intensity based on how much I ate the day before

  • Running off hangovers 

  • Followed by taking a load of vitamins to make-up for excessive drinking   


  • I always detested cleanses and detoxes

  • Purposely restricting foods felt torturous and depressing so I avoided it

  • I never felt 'disciplined' enough to be stricter with my diet

  • I started eating more meat during and after my pregnancy (I listened to my body which at the time gave me strong signals to eat more meat) 

  • My period normalized after having my son

  • I never gave up bread, no matter how "bad" gluten was supposed to be

  • I learned that food and diet aren't the be-all-and-end-all of health. In fact, it's rather a small percentage of our overall health. Phew. 

  • I discovered intuitive eating 

  • Followed by intuitive drinking...and I finally started drinking less! 

  • And I want the same for you! 

Since becoming an Intuitive Eating Counselor and joining the non-diet world I left my diet & wellness culture beliefs behind.  


A weight lifted off my shoulders. 


Not only did I find a movement that resonates with my beliefs, but also an approach to health that feels WAY more aligned with my values.


My educational background


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