Imagine that we can all feel better from something we do every day, EAT...
A dietitian advises on matters of food and nutrition and their impact on human health. Many people mistakenly use the terms “dietitian” and “nutritionist” interchangeably. Although these two professions are undoubtedly related, they maintain distinctive qualities. The biggest difference between dietitians and nutritionists lies in the legal restrictions that each title carries. Only dietitians that become registered with Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) may legally declare themselves as dietitians or more precisely, Registered Dietitians (RDs). At Mindfulpath, we use Registered Dietitians to work with our clients.
If we all ate the same and exercised the same, our bodies would still look different from one another.
Food is one of life’s greatest pleasures and such a beautiful way to connect with others.
Food is meant to nourish our bodies and is meant to nurture every aspect of your life.
Food is not meant to be feared, the cause of disease or suffering, and most definitely not a way to deprive or punish ourselves. Food is one of life’s greatest pleasures and such a beautiful way to connect to others. Food is meant to nourish our bodies and is meant to nurture every aspect of your life. Our body actually tells us everything we need to know, it communicates with us especially when we learn to trust our intuition surrounding the relationship between food and body, such as hunger and fullness cues. It is imperative to be aware of the experience of hunger cues as we often mistake boredom for hunger and stress for being hungry. Then, there are fullness cues, which are just as
important to understand. Once we understand and then we choose to listen to these messages such as being tired, having a cold, or a headache, we can take
appropriate action to intervene.
Mindfulpath Dietitian will work with you to
find balance, moderation, intuition, and mindfulness, which are essential ingredients for intuitive eating.
learn to honor your body and trust yourself
To utilize food, as a form of preventative medicine, is something we can control and take full responsibility for. Foods we put in our body affects us mentally, emotionally, and physically and you have the power to control it. Feeding yourself real food is how you are going to give good vision, strong bones, clear skin, more energy, stronger and thicker hair and nails, elevated mood and emotional states, and even improved sleep. Simply put, food affects mental health and we can learn to feel content, calm, and comfortable.
Services provided by our Mindfulpath Dietitians:
One on one setting
Group (new moms, connecting with pregnancy, body sensitivity)
In home family bonding cooking
Supermarket support and tours, yes… take your Mindfulpath dietitian to the grocery store with you.
Bring your baby to bounce back to where you were prior to pregnancy