Dietitians Can Help You Make Peace with Food and Gain Your Life Back
Are you struggling with your relationship with food? Does the idea of food and eating cause you stress?
Life can be stressful enough as it is and we don’t want food to be one of the reasons! Eating is meant to fuel our bodies so that we have the energy and nutrients we need to thrive in life. When disordered eating is in the picture, it can negatively impact our thoughts and take away from the joys of eating. It can also affect other meaningful areas of life and can feel all-consuming.
It is our goal to help you navigate through your challenging relationship with food using science-based techniques, make peace with your thoughts and find enjoyment in eating again!
We Help With The Following Disordered Eating Behaviours:
- Irregular or inflexible eating patterns
- Chronic dieting and weight fluctuations
- Preoccupation with weight and food that interferes with life – social, school, work etc.
- Compulsive behaviours including over-exercising, food restriction, purging or extreme fasting following a “slip-up in dieting” or breaking food rules
- Anxiety, shame and guilt surrounding certain food and food behaviours
- Rigid rituals and routines surrounding food and exercise
- Feelings of loss of control around food
- Emotional eating
Support For Eating Disorders
We also provide support for individuals with eating disorders while waiting to get into hospital-based treatment programs or after completing treatment for continued support. Eating disorders we can provide support for include:
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Binge Eating Disorder
- ARFID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder)
- OSFED (other specified feeding and eating disorder)
What is the difference between eating disorders and disordered eating?
Eating disorder is a clinical diagnosis, and the diagnosis can only be done by specific medical professionals (doctors, nurse practitioners and psychologists). Eating disorders affect est. 1 million Canadians*.
When an individual engages in abnormal or problematic eating patterns or food behaviours on a regular basis, this can be considered as disordered eating. Quite often the difference between an eating disorder and disordered eating is the frequency and severity of these behaviours.
At NutriProCan we help people with both eating disorders and disordered eating, however, it is important to seek additional support from your physician, nurse practitioner and/or psychologist.
Our team has developed a program with different package options to help support and problem-solve along your nutrition journey.
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*This Call is Private And Confidential Through A PHIPA Compliant Platform.
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