Deborah Kauffmann, RD, LDN

Compulsive Eating

Binge Eating Disorder

Anorexia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa

Weight Management

Every day we are bombarded with messages from the diet industry about healthy eating and healthy weight. Yet these messages are false.

Dieting is far from healthy eating and is the major cause of compulsive eating, binge eating and other eating disorders.

Research is clear that dieting leads to long term weight gain rather than weight loss.

Studies have shown that the non-diet, intuitive eating model is more effective for improving health as well as managing weight.

Become an Intuitive Eater...Let Me Guide You to:

Choose when to begin eating and when to stop based on physical cues of hunger and fullness.

Choose what foods to eat by considering what is both pleasing to you and nourishing to your body.

Engage in mindful eating, being fully present during the experience of eating to obtain the most pleasure and satisfaction possible.

Pay attention to your thoughts and feelings as you eat.....and end emotional eating.

For those recovering from eating disorders, structured eating usually needs to precede intuitive eating due to various issues including appetite deregulation.

Feel Good At Your Natural Weight

The Health At Every SizeĀ®* approach understands that healthy bodies come in all shapes and sizes. When you are eating according to internal cues of hunger and fullness and engaging in pleasurable physical activity, your body will move toward its natural weight.

Raise Your Children to Be Intuitive Eaters

Parents, learn the most effective strategies to help your children feel good about their bodies and become healthy, intuitive eaters.

*Health At Every Size is a registered trademark of the Association for Size Diversity and Health and used with permission.