Eating Disorder Recovery, Intuitive Eating, Non-Diet Approach, Body Image
 

You can stop obsessing over food and fighting your body.

I'll show you the ropes.

 
 
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 who is sarah? (she/her)

Sarah Berneche, MA, RHN, CIEC is an anti-diet Registered Holistic Nutritionist® and Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor based out of Toronto. She teaches folx how to find food freedom and develop a more positive body image through intuitive eating, self-compassion, self-care, and body image work. She approaches nutrition counselling from a social justice-oriented and feminist lens, and views dieting/diet culture as inherently oppressive. Sarah will never tell you what to eat, but rather support you in connecting to your own internal wisdom, so that you may honour your physical health as well as your psychological well-being.

Her nutrition practice is rooted in a Health at Every Size
® framework, which means she’ll help you to improve your health through habits and behaviours, but never through dieting or the intentional pursuit of weight loss. New to HAES? Click here for a more thorough explanation.

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I met with Sarah at one of the lowest points in my life, when I really needed someone to connect with. She showed me that I could change my relationship with my body and myself, even after over 30 years of dieting and body shaming. Sarah was part nutritionist, part therapist, and part friend. She is knowledgeable, kind, and always made me feel comfortable discussing things I had never shared before. She gave me a newfound hope.
— Y. O.

 

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