Weary of counting calories and thinking about food as either “Good” or “Bad”?
Struggling with anorexia, bulimia, or other eating problems?
Feeling ashamed for doing everything “perfectly,” only to “blow it” by overeating?
Want to avoid passing on your eating struggles and issues to your children?
Only by freeing yourself from chaotic patterns of dieting — under-eating and/or over-eating — can you truly achieve good health.
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We live in a society that too often sends all the wrong messages, and it can lead to constant body judgment, yo-yo dieting, food restriction, binging and emotional eating.
At Erica Leon Nutrition, we specialize in helping people learn to eat intuitively, being fully present and mindful of their choices.
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Meet Erica Leon, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist And Eating Disorder Specialist.
Based in Westchester County, New York, Erica is the owner of Erica Leon Nutrition and she and her team work with clients in person in the Westchester/ White Plains area in New York. They also offer tele-nutrition services and work with clients all over the globe via skype phone or web-chat.
Erica's passion is helping clients end their life long struggles with weight. She believes in Intuitive eating and Health at Every Size. There is no One fits All solution for nutrition and Health.
If you or someone in your family struggles with an eating disorder or are tired of fad diets, Erica and her team will “meet you where you are” and guide you to a better relationship with food and your body.
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It’s January – “National Diet Month” – and how many of you have already grown tired of Paleo, Whole 30, clean eating, Weight Watchers or Nutrisystem? Or, if you are new to the NON-DIETING lifestyle, is the onslaught of diet ads and conversations getting hard to listen to? If the answer is yes, I’m finding […]Read More
As we approach the New Year, I am sure that many of you are thinking about your goals, resolutions, and ways to improve yourselves in 2018. Consider this: instead of burdening yourselves with restrictive diets which only lead to feelings of deprivation, backsliding and guilt, why not focus on self-care strategies to improve your health? Healthy bodies […]Read More
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“Food addiction” isn’t a real thing. Yup, I said it, and I’m standing by it. And believe me, I’m not the only one saying so! In fact, there’s a ton of RDs, nutritionists, and researchers out there debunking the “food addiction” science all day, every day… and really, they do it much better than me. […]Read More
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The media is partially to blame for disordered thoughts around food and weight. Almost every headline mentions how many calories a person will be having during the Thanksgiving meal — even calling it “The Great American Cheat Day!” We are literally drowning in diet talk and diet culture all year round. For most of us, […]Read More
Resources to help you with your Nutrition
Free Eating For Recovery Plan With Meal And Recipe Guide
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Don’t Fear your Food. Learn to Trust your Instincts with your Eating … Start with this Eating Recovery Plan and Meal Guide.
Are you Tired of the Diet Roller Coaster? Not in the mood to count calories constantly?
Download this free guide to help you get OFF that DIET Roller Coaster… for GOOD! Free yourself from chaotic patterns of dieting — under-eating and/or over-eating so you can truly achieve good health.