done with dieting?
Are you ready to make peace
with food and your body?
permission to breathe
feel good eating™ is a place where you can escape the noise of diet culture and find information and support to help you tune into your body, and your relationship to food.
There’s no judgment here.
You won’t be prescribed diets, given meal plans, told to restrict your food or count calories.
What you will find are tasty recipes and information to help you reconnect with your body and make food choices from a place of self-care, so that you can ultimately feel good eating™.
welcome to feel good eating™
Hey, my name is Nina
I am an Intuitive Eating Counsellor and Dietitian in Melbourne who loves to work with people to figure out the HOW and WHY behind their eating, rather than telling them WHAT to eat.
As a former dieter myself, I know first-hand how frustrating diets can be. I even went back to university to study nutrition in the hope of unlocking the secrets to weight loss! But now that I’ve spent over 10 years studying health and nutrition, that’s no longer my goal. I have found that I get the best results, and help people create the biggest transformations in their lives, when we stop focusing on weight loss and instead look at ways to re-build a peaceful relationship with food and body using a non-diet approach.
I am here to help you reject diet culture, tune into your body’s own inner wisdom about how to truly nourish yourself and ultimately feel good eating™ (see what I did there!).
Feel like you don’t know me enough yet? Head over here to learn more.
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