Frequently Asked Questions

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  • In our current diet-obsessed culture, we lose touch with our individual wants and needs when it comes to feeding ourselves. We become afraid of honoring cravings which results in guilt and shame when fulfilling those needs.  We will explore with this approach to help you develop confidence in what your body craves and needs. “Non- Diet” is not classifying foods in judgmental terms and the long term goal is to have an “all-foods-fit” approach to destigmatize food. By honoring your body’s wants and needs this will result in satisfaction from a physical and emotional level as opposed to falling into the restrict/binge cycle as well as dieting. By working together, you will learn how to not engage in this destructive cycle and establish a relationship with food  that truly nourishes your mind, body and soul.

  • You crave carbohydrates because you have high serotonin production that may improve mood. To promote satiety, and decrease the craving for starchy foods, have a protein-based snack. It is important to pay attention to your hunger and fullness signals. I would also suggest to evaluate if you are experiencing physical hunger or some other type of hunger if the hunger persists (emotional, boredom).

  • You crave carbohydrates because you have high serotonin production that may improve mood. To promote satiety, and decrease the craving for starchy foods, have a protein-based snack. It is important to pay attention to your hunger and fullness signals. I would also suggest to evaluate if you are experiencing physical hunger or some other type of hunger if the hunger persists (emotional, boredom).

  • You crave carbohydrates because you have high serotonin production that may improve mood. To promote satiety, and decrease the craving for starchy foods, have a protein-based snack. It is important to pay attention to your hunger and fullness signals. I would also suggest to evaluate if you are experiencing physical hunger or some other type of hunger if the hunger persists (emotional, boredom).

  • You crave carbohydrates because you have high serotonin production that may improve mood. To promote satiety, and decrease the craving for starchy foods, have a protein-based snack. It is important to pay attention to your hunger and fullness signals. I would also suggest to evaluate if you are experiencing physical hunger or some other type of hunger if the hunger persists (emotional, boredom).

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