Nutrition, Not Restriction
Nourish Your Body By Listening To It
Diet culture has been so normalized in the everyday lives that we’ve forgotten that our bodies have the ability to regulate and monitor themselves! For most of human history, dieting was non-existent. Instead, we ate when we were hungry, stopped when we were full, and made mealtime a communal, social experience. Today, we’re busier, more stressed, and more distracted, which has led to overeating, emotional eating, and poor food choices.
We’ve gotten into the habit of eating in front of the television, eating while driving, and mindlessly snacking while sitting in the office. These habits have distracted us from staying in tune with our bodies and actually feeding them with the fuel that they crave when they crave it. During Nutrition, Not Restriction, I want to act as your guide to empower and assure you that your body is capable of telling you what it needs - you just have to listen to it!
I want this focus group to be a space that you can come to with questions, concerns, and insecurities you have in regard to food and dieting so that together we can get you on the right track.
Meet Cheryl Felder-Brannon, Facilitator of Nutrition, Not Restriction
I am extremely motivated to make a positive impact in the world by helping people create FREEDOM. I believe that many people settle for mediocrity, when they deserve greatness, and it is my honor to help you realize your potential so that you can achieve everything you desire and more.
Halls of Healing
Break Free From Diet Mentality!
Have you tried dozens of diets with no success? Probably because traditional dieting is all about restricting and forbidding certain foods that you’ve grown to love. While this may be a habit you’re able to maintain for a couple days or weeks, it’s not a sustainable way of living!
Intuitive eating is an approach that was developed to help people heal from the side effects of chronic dieting. More often than not, diets fail and any weight that’s lost is eventually gained back. This cycle of “failure” results in something we call a “diet backlash” - which means increased rigidity regarding good versus bad foods, decreased trust in one’s own ability to regulate food, and a generally negative attitude surrounding food and health.
My goal for this experience is to help you get in tune with your body so that you can work in sync with it to find a diet plan and eating habits that can both nourish and satisfy you for the rest of your life.
I Can’t Wait To Share More With You!