As women, many of us suffer from having disillusioned ideals of body image with a strong focus on diet and weight loss as the answer. But if our relationship with food is not “healthy”, we likely are feeling like we are on this cycle with no resolve. Our societal pressures and our past may affect the relationship we have with food; good and bad.
What is your relationship with food? Do you suffer from disordered eating?
What is “disordered eating”? Disordered eating, according to Mindy, is misguided behavior driven by misguided information.
Understanding Disordered Eating: How the Diet Culture and Your Past Affects Your Relationship with Food
Mindy Gorman Plutzer is a nutrition consultant, certified holistic health coach and eating psychology coach. Working in the weight management industry for 19 years, she has combined her background, trainings in holistic health, transformational coaching, and eating psychology with her extensive life experience to create The Freedom Promise, a private coaching practice.
Mindy has worked with hundreds of clients to transform their relationship with food from one mired in toxic and limiting beliefs to one that is joyous, loving and free. She introduces strategies that are a combination of practical coaching techniques, results-oriented psychology, clinical nutrition, body-centered practices, mind-body science, and a positive and compassionate approach to challenges with food, weight and health. Clients experience results that are nourishing, doable, and sustainable.
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