What is “Diet-Free Nutrition Therapy”

January 19, 2024

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As the last of the holiday treats are starting to finally disappear you might join the millions of people thinking about some kind of diet or cleanse to get a fresh start for the new year. This is the time of year when social media, advertising spots, and “New Year-New You” gym specials are targeting your guilt and remorse for a season well lived, making you feel obligated to jump on the bandwagon.

That same bandwagon that most people fall off somewhere between Valentine’s Day and St. Paddy’s.

Research consistently shows that more than half of New Year’s diets fail- in fact, almost 80% are abandoned by spring.

Let this be the year that you make a radical change and skip the New Year’s Diet trend.

You don’t need a diet

Rest assured that if you are feeling like you need a change in your lifestyle because you are feeling heavy, achy, have GI flare ups, or just don’t feel well a diet is not the right choice.

Restricting food, over exercising, and avoiding foods that bring you joy are what we call in the yoga world- needless suffering. The best way to avoid needless suffering is to check in with what is no longer serving you and let it go.

Too much sugar messing leaving you with achy joints and mood swings? Let go of daily desserts.

Feeling sluggish and over-tired from family-style servings? Let go of cleaning your plate.

Digestive system out of control? Let go of disorganized meals and lack of planning.

Your body gives you signals, are you listening?

Diet-free nutrition therapy
Once again looking at the research clearly shows that sustainable, long-term, radical change comes from small habit changes over time.

What does that mean? That’s the definition of diet-free nutrition therapy. If you’re ready to make meaningful changes in your health you may want to explore working with a Registered Dietitian who specializes in diet-free nutrition therapy and can help you explore the path of long-term wellness.

Diet-Free Nutrition Therapy is:

  • Acceptable for everyone
  • Successful long term at reaching health and wellness goals such as diabetes management, disease prevention, healthy aging, and hormone balance
  • A proven, evidence based co-treatment with behavioral therapy for those with disordered eating
  • Simple enough for everyday living
  • Friendly for any budget

If you’re interested in scheduling a free 20-minute nutrition consultation call today.

Tami Rowh is a Registered Dietitian, Ayurvedic Wellness Coach, and yoga instructor with more than 20 years of experience in nutrition and wellness. In her spare time she’s gardening, exploring hiking trails with her Shiba Inu dogs, or teaching goat yoga.