Only by freeing yourself from chaotic patterns of dieting — under-eating and/or over-eating — can you truly achieve good health.
Resources to help you with your Nutrition
Erica Leon Nutrition offers you a variety of tools and resources, at no charge, to get you started on the road achieving good heath.
Free Eating For Recovery Plan With Meal And Recipe Guide
Eating for Recovery is the only long-term solution to wellness and happiness. Don’t Fear your Food. Learn to Trust your Instincts with your Eating.
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The Eat. Live. Nourish. Intuitive Eating Facebook Group is run by Erica Leon Nutrition. This community is open to anyone struggling with food, body image and starting the process of intuitive eating. We are a non-diet, Body Positive Group.
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Are you Tired of the Diet Roller Coaster?
Not in the mood to count calories constantly?
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Free yourself from chaotic patterns of dieting — under-eating and/or over-eating so you can truly achieve good health. (Click the image to download your copy).
Nutrition and Intuitive Eating Articles.
We offer regular articles to teach you how to Put your Nutrition needs first.
“Imagine a world where all bodies were valued and all people are supported in compassionate self-care.” – Linda Bacon Written by Ashley Seruya, B.A. When we’re talking about creating a healthier society, we need to be asking some specific questions that most people never consider. Instead of wondering how we can shrink the population, or […]Read More
Did you know that the word frappé means beating or striking together in French? Or that the frappé originated in Greece? A distributor of Nescafe coffee accidentally created the cold frothy drink which is now the most popular coffee beverage sold in Greece. Visit New England and youwill find the frappe is a milkshake. A […]Read More
Recently, we talked about satisfaction being a necessary part of intuitive eating. Discovering which foods we actually enjoy can help us tune into what feels just right for our mind and bodies. As a dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, I often encourage my clients to experiment with variety when letting go of dieting and/or […]Read More
“Fears of weight gain lead some people to turn intuitive eating into another diet.” – Erica Leon Written by Ashley Seruya, B.A. Desire for weight loss is SO normal in our society, and fear of weight gain is completely understandable. We’re steeped in fatphobia, and we live in a culture where people are systemically discriminated […]Read More
When I (Ashley) first started my journey towards eating disorder recovery, I recall one simple phrase that I thought to myself over and over again: “What the hell do I eat now?” Having followed various food rules for so long, I was at a point where my brain felt inundated with contradictory, confusing nutrition information. […]Read More
Dieting can easily obstruct our internal cues, and interfere with our ability to eat “normally.” But what does “normal” eating even mean? Is there a “perfect” way to eat? How does “normal” eating fit in with intuitive eating? Written by Ashley Seruya, B.A. Next, You Might Enjoy Reading… Tips for Teaching Children to Eat Mindfully […]Read More