What Will Non-Dieting Do For Me If It Does Not Change My Body?

Depending on your individual needs and desires, taking a non-diet approach to nutrition and health offers so many benefits:

  • Food, nutrition and your life become simpler and fun!
  • Longterm weight stability.
  • Improvements in blood pressure, cholesterol & cortisol levels.
  • Increased awareness of dietary, lifestyle and self-care habits.
  • Improvements in eating behaviours (intuitive eating).
  • Improvements in dietary quality.
  • Decreased fear around food and eating.
  • Decreased guilt and shame with eating.
  • Make peace with food.
  • Increased pleasure in eating and in food.
  • Eating food that you enjoy.
  • Manage your emotions without just using food.
  • Improved relationship with food.
  • Improved body image.
  • Make peace with your body.
  • Increased levels of physical activity.
  • Increased pleasure in movement.
  • Improved relationship with your body.
  • You’ll stop comparing yourself and your dietary intake with others.
  • Build skills to manage living in this diet society – a sense of curiosity, self-kindness and resilience.
  • You will trust yourself.
  • You will realise how resourceful you are.
  • Improved relationships with others.
  • You will learn how to reconnect with your internal body cues or appetite AND the world.
  • Live your life now, instead of waiting until you achieve your ‘goal weight’.

Just to name a few…What has the non-diet approach done for you?

For support, please contact me, or if DIY is more your style, grab a copy of ‘30 Days to a Better Relationship With Food and Body’ ebook.


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