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Your relationship with food matters in eating disorder nutrition.

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Our Approach to Eating Disorders

Nutrition plays a crucial role in enhancing mental and physical well-being, but it is important to recognize that over-fixating on food and our bodies can work against our health rather than for it.

At Culina Health, we understand that eating disorders do not discriminate.

Individuals of any weight, body size, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic standing may be impacted by eating disorders and disordered eating.

That's why our eating disorder registered dietitian nutritionists adopt a health-at-every-size perspective, focused on helping you cultivate a more balanced relationship with food and your body.

As part of our collaborative care approach, we work closely with your care team to provide comprehensive support for your mental and physical health. And we always recommend a higher level of care if you need it.

We Help With

  • Anorexia nervosa

  • Bulimia nervosa

  • Orthorexia

  • Binge eating disorder

  • Emotional eating

Evidence-based nutrition coaching, delivered with empathy

The Culina Health Method

Attentive and personalized care

A supportive and trusting dietitian/patient relationship

Dietitian training that honors and upholds patients’ cultural values

Proactive collaboration that builds patients’ confidence in navigating food choices

Rigorous pre- and post-care best practices

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Start Your Nutrition Journey With A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

What our patients say

"My dietitian makes me feel like a rock star, like I can handle the goals I’m setting for myself in a mindful way.” 

With many obstacles I’ve hurdled over in the past couple of years and many more transitions ahead, I finally feel a bit more at peace with my food, my health, and my overall sense of happiness.

"Thank you for teaching me what it means to be truly nourished.”

When I initially started with my dietitian, I believed recovering from an eating disorder involved being bullied and shamed by a nutritionist into eating what was "right." Her warmth, empathy, and sense of humor have allowed me to develop a new understanding of food and nutrition, one that comes from a place of care instead of a place of punishment. She has expanded my worldview and allowed me to accept myself as I am, body, mind, and spirit.

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