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The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.

-Ann Wigmore

Common nutrition-related struggles

Specific eating habits:

● Unpredictable, inconsistent eating habits (ie: undereating and overeating)

● High intake of eating out (fast food/ restaurants)

● Increased food cravings and binge eating

● Overall poor nutritional quality (ie. minimal fruits & vegetables)

● Vitamin and mineral deficiencies

● Emotional eating

Struggles people experience when trying to change their eating behaviours

● Lack of appetite/ interest/appeal in food

● Overwhelm & decision fatigue associated with food prep, cooking, planning, and grocery shopping

● Experiencing a lot of guilt and shame around their food choices/habits

● Low energy/ feeling drained

● Low motivation

● Lack of identifiable hunger/fullness cues

● Poor relationship with food (attaching moral value to food, seeking “perfection”, all ornothing mindset, restriction including mental)

● Unsure of what to prioritize on low days

● Forgetting to eat (eg. ADHD)

● Digestive issues (constipation, diarrhea, gas and bloating, acid reflux, nausea)

● Unsure of what to eat and confused about navigating nutritional information. 

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