Nutrition Dejunked founder with pink glazed donut and chocolate donut.


We’d be a good fit if you relate to any of these statements:

  • You feel like food and body image thoughts take up most of your brain space.
  • You feel like a failure for not being able to stick to a diet or eating plan.
  • You wish you could have a better relationship with food and your body… and you’re not even sure if that’s possible for you.
  • You feel addicted to or controlled by food.
  • You struggle with restricting, binging, purging, and/or overexercising.
  • You experience dread and anxiety around food.
  • You have aversions to certain foods and textures, and/or a lack of interest in food.
  • You avoid social settings where food is present, such as dinner parties.
  • You feel like you have whiplash from all the mixed messages and expectations about food.

We are here for you, and you are not alone! The good news is there’s a way out of this, and we want to help.

We aim to provide a space for support and guidance, so you can have a more peaceful relationship with food and your body; and feel empowered to be your own food and body expert. Our work with each client is highly individualized and collaborative.

At Nutrition DeJunked, we believe that true well-being is rooted in body liberation, and acknowledge how systems of oppression impact relationships with food and body. We are LGBTQIA+ affirming clinicians who are dedicated to anti-racism work. We acknowledge that we possess privileges that make it crucial that we continue to do work to disrupt and dismantle systems of body oppression including but not limited to weight stigma, racism, transphobia, sexism, healthism, ageism, and ableism. We are committed to recognizing and challenging the ways in which privilege shows up in our practice, as well as the larger fields of nutrition, eating disorders, and healthcare. We recognize that we will make mistakes in our anti-oppression work, and will remain open to feedback and do better. If you are interested in reading more about the actions we are taking, you can read more here.

You deserve to improve your relationship with food and your body so that you can create more space to focus on the areas in life that truly bring you joy.