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Rachael’s keen interest and passion in women’s health has been formed from the past 20 years where she has seen so many women in her practice struggle with their food behaviours, body image, self-love and the dieting merry-go-round. Add to this, the pressures of their frantically busy daily lives, the constant bombardment of the latest diet fad or nutrition hype and the confusion that it creates, and the social pressures and expectations to look a certain way, no wonder a woman doesn’t know if she is Arthur or Martha, when she sits down at the first visit. “Diet” is not a word ever mentioned at Eat and Enjoy Nutrition, as Rachael has always said the first three letters signify the meaning of a woman subjecting themselves to it. It is time to jump off the forever spinning dieting merry-go-round, and jump on board with the concept of mindful eating – one that will be sustainable, positive, insightful and unique to your life’s journey.
Get your Body to Thrive
Rachael encourages women to focus on their body’s health first and foremost, a woman’s health being the pinnacle of her success. Provide the body with nourishing food choices that are going to enhance her health and help her to thrive. If the body is healthy, then the weight will naturally shift to its natural weight. Rachael teaches women to listen to their body’s symptoms, have trust and faith in the messages that it gives them and check back in with their internal cues of hunger and fullness. Above all, she wants her clients to feel the best that they can possibly feel, be kind to themselves with the food choices that are made and the nurturing activities that they engage in.
Common Women’s Nutrition Struggles
There are many health conditions and physical battles that can be improved with effective and science-based nutrition advice at Eat and Enjoy Nutrition, including:
- Fatty liver disease
- Weight issues
- Insulin Resistance
- Hypercholesterolemia or dyslipidemia
- Body changes associated with depression/anxiety/stress/illness/fatigue
- Bowel discomfort and Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Low energy levels and constant tiredness and/or fatigue
- Hormonal changes
- Emotional eating
- Disordered eating
- The Dieting Merry-go-Round
If you are on a quest to find your ideal self, increase your energy levels, reduce your symptomology, have a positive and freeing relationship with food, and feel the best that you can be, make an appointment with Rachael at Eat and Enjoy Nutrition.