From Professional Dieter to Finding Food Freedom...

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- Kat

There's nothing I'm more passionate about.
If you're looking to rebuild your relationship with food & body so healthy eating feels effortless, you're in the right place.
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Giving you the tools & guidance to heal your relationship with food at the deepest level, so you can have the results you want with your body…
…all without the yo-yo dieting cycle.

After doing this for myself, I began coaching women to do the same. And it became my obsession. I eventually moved to the online space, where I’ve been serving women for the past year-and-a-half.  What really, really lights me up?

I was able to completely overcome emotional & binge eating with ease.

I gained the tactics to eat healthy easily & effortlessly no matter how hectic or busy my schedule was.

I lost weight and developed supreme confidence in my body – that I never had before.

I eventually fell into a full-on clinical depression where I lacked confidence and drive to achieve almost anything. I felt completely out of control with food and my body. Eventually I was sick of the cycle. 
I knew it was time for a change. I began to focus not only on the “right actions” with food but on the deeper work as to what was preventing me from taking the right actions with food for years. This work is what changed everything.

I was stuck in the well-known "diet cycle". And I was exhausted. My entire lifestyle revolved around "eating right". It was never sustainable. Eventually, it led to a myriad of deeper problems that I never anticipated.

The truth is, I had zero self-confidence and a horrible relationship with food due to the pressure of society to be thin & happy. So, I chased restrictive fad diets and meal plans to help me achieve this result quickly. When this failed, I spiraled into deep, negative emotions. Which caused me to use food as a drug to numb those feelings. Thereby increasing my weight fluctuations and causing me to chase the next diet I could get my hands on.

Where eating healthy felt easy, where I loved my body unconditionally, or where I truly felt at peace around food. In fact, it was only a handful of short years ago that you could have found me stuck in the yo-yo dieting cycle, where 1200 calories was my magic number, and I was overcome with the desperation to lose "the last 10 pounds". 

I didn't always have a healthy relationship with food