Knowing you need to change your eating style is difficult, especially when you have no motivation to do so.
You want to make a commitment to your health. To feel good about what you are doing for yourself and learn to take care of yourself the way you take care of everyone else.
You want to know what foods are best for you and have the motivation to make the changes you need and the energy to care about it.
More than anything, you want to be free of constantly “dieting” or trying the next new thing just to lose weight and feel confident.
But when your doctor’s advice is “don’t eat anything white” and then hands you a prescription it’s a frustrating, lonely place. You feel like you have no hope.
I’m Daphne Olivier, the registered, yet unconventional dietitian
I have always had a love and passion for food, since I was a child. Actually, as I look back, it was really a passion for dieting. I was surrounded by people who were on a diet and talked about their weight, so I wanted to do it to. In my mind I always equated dieting as good nutrition. I was quick to learn they are not even close to the same thing.
I received a bachelor’s degree in dietetics and went on to work in conventional settings – hospitals, nursing homes, and outpatient clinics. All along having lots of questions in my mind. I realized I was not really giving them what they really need. Real. Individualized. Nutrition.
After several years of being a dietitian, the one thing that I knew I would be since I was a child, I started digging. I dug deep, deep into nutrition and our beliefs about food. Not just to get a deeper knowledge of nutrition but studying why people lose motivation to do what they know (or think) is the right thing for them. This is where I am now.
I work with people one-on-one to help define what foods and nutrients are best for them. Then we clean out the beliefs about food that aren’t serving you; and develop a plan to make these foods and nutrients become a part fo their daily life. It feels very free.
After working with me you will:
- listen to and trust what your body is telling you.
- feel confident about how you feed your body.
- be movitated to make a positive change for yourself.
- know how to incorporate nourishing foods into your busy life.
If you are ready to give up the frustration of eating click here to get started.