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EATING DISORDER CARE WITH REGISTERED DIEITTIANS

Compassionate, Flexible Eating Disorder Treatment with Specialized Registered Dietitians.

Understanding and navigating through an eating disorder can be an overwhelming journey. It's a journey that requires specialized care, and that's where we come in. Let our eating disorder dietitians be your partner in your recovery journey.

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Meredith Krayenhoff,

Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian

Why Choose a Specialized Eating Disorder Dietitian

Eating disorders are not just about food; they're complex psychological conditions. Our dietitians are specialists in eating disorders, providing a compassionate and evidence-based approach tailored to your unique needs. 

Eating Disorders We Specialize In:

We offer personalized treatment plans to help you or your loved one overcome challenges with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge-Eating Disorder.

Anorexia Nervosa Treatment   

Anorexia Nervosa is a complex eating disorder marked by extreme weight loss and a distorted self-image. It involves restrictive energy intake relative to the body's needs, the act of restricting food can serve as a coping mechanism for emotional stress or other underlying psychological concerns.

Symptoms include:

  • Significant reduction in body weight

  • Obsession with food, calories, and diet

  • Intense fear and anxiety over weight gain

Bulimia Nervosa Treatment   

Bulimia Nervosa involves cycles of excessive eating followed by actions to prevent weight gain, such as vomiting, laxatives or excessive exercise. Symptoms include:

  • Weight fluctuations

  • Episodes of binge eating, followed by compensatory behaviours like purging

  • Feelings of guilt or shame after consuming food

Binge Eating Disorder Treatment   

Often misunderstood, binge-eating disorder involves repeated episodes of consuming large amounts of food. Symptoms include:

  • Overeating in short periods

  • Feeling of loss of control

  • Emotional distress

What to Expect during Nutrition Counselling Sessions

Nutrition counselling sessions provide a safe and structured environment where your healing journey begins. In our nutrition counselling sessions, you'll learn to:​

  • Identify triggers and develop coping mechanisms

  • Rediscover the pleasure of eating without fear or guilt

  • Gain the skills to enjoy gatherings without feeling overwhelmed by food choices or peer pressure

  • Liberate yourself from constant preoccupation with food and weight

  • Learn about key nutrients that you may be lacking and how to incorporate them into your daily meals

  • Adopt a balanced and freeing approach to eating

  • Build up your self-esteem and embracing self-acceptance

  • Learn the signals of your body indicating hunger and fullness

  • How to create satisfying and nourishing meals 

  • Foster a healthier body image

  • And more!

Through personalized treatment plans, we aim to liberate you from the grip of your eating disorder, enabling you to reclaim not only your relationship with food but also your life.

Get Started with an Eating Disorder Dietitian

We offer a free discovery call with a dietitian to see if you're a good fit for our team and to answer any questions. We offer the convenience of direct billing to make your experience as smooth as possible. Simply provide your insurance details, and we'll handle the rest, allowing you to focus on your journey to better health.

Collaborative Care 

We actively work alongside psychologists and other healthcare providers to create a comprehensive and personalized treatment plan for you.

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Helpful Eating Disorder Resources

National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC) 

Eating Disorder Warning Signs 

Understanding Eating Disorders in Teens 

What Caregivers Should Know About Eating Disorders 

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