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Food is not just about food.
In my work, I recommend tools for introspection which goes far beyond recipes and shopping tips. Because sometimes our feelings about food are really the key to unlocking healthy eating habits. I often get asked “what should I eat?” but usually the question I want to explore with clients is: “Why do you eat the way you eat?” Understanding the “why” behind our food choices is often the first place to start. This means understanding food rules, food preferences as well as your attitudes about your body and old dieting ideas that do more harm than good.
Here are some resources that I use with clients to tap into some of the food hang-ups that have more to do with our relationship to ourselves than to food alone.