Constantly

Eating?

 

Find balance again, and quit obsessing over food. You'll make positive behavioral changes and create a better relationship with food, body image, exercise, and overall well being. 

 

 
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Struggle to control yourself around food?

 
  • You're trying so hard to eat in moderation, but  by the time you get home you feel ravenous and can't help but pile your plate with more food than feels good.
  • You think about food all the time.
  • On paper your diet looks really healthy and everyone else considers you a healthy person, But you know you're constantly thinking about food, even secretly eating more than feels good to you and something feels off.
  • You'd love to stop obsessing with how your body looks and feels and you can't enjoy meals or figure what's a healthy balance for you.

NEWSFLASH!

MOST PEOPLE DON'T HAVE ACCURATE INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT'S BENEFICIAL FOR THEIR BODY AND WHAT'S CAUSING THEM TO CRAVE MORE FOOD.

for example: Using artificial sweeteners in drinks isn't helping you cut calories! In fact, they may be making you crave more food and increase your appetite for sweets and high-calorie food.


Work One-On-One With Me, your

 Cognitive Eating Behavior Advisor

 

I'm here to help you every step of the way.

 

I use a scientific approach that acknowledges that there is no one-size-fits-all method because not everyone thrives on the same diet. I help you understand the unique reasons for your cravings, and give you the solutions you need and deserve. Because cravings depend on how your brain has been programmed to behave, I help you break that programming

 

Make positive behavioral changes and enjoy a better relationship

with food, body image, exercise, and overall well being. 

 

What People are Saying: 

Cognitive & Science-Based Approaches For Success.

"Christine has changed my approach to eating food in a big way."

"I'm no longer eating foods that I used to crave, I feel less stressed about eating."

" Banana Bread has lost its power over me"

"My joints no longer ache from the extra weight that I was carrying around."

As a Science-Based Food and Nutrition Expert and Cognitive Eating Behavior Advisor™ I use Eating Psychology to effectively assist clients to address the relationship they have with food and overcome  behaviors that are creating the problem.

 
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