Stop Dieting. FOR GOOD.
Helping health-conscious entrepreneurs heal their relationship with food through Intuitive Eating & anti-diet principles.
“A culture fixated on female thinness is not an obsession about female beauty, but an obsession about female obedience. Dieting is the most potent political sedative in women’s history; a quietly mad population is a tractable one.” – Naomi Wolf
Hey, I’m Lauren Redwine,
an anti-diet coach.
I got my health certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and my Masters in Organizational Psychology. I help health-conscious entrepreneurs heal their relationship with food. I know what it’s like to have wellness overtake your life. Before you know it, all you read is health and wellness related, you obsess over what you are going to eat and it takes up large portions of your day, and you spend all your money on the latest supplement or trend. Healthy eating has become more like a diet leading you to forget how to eat and making you feel trapped.
I run a 1:1 Coaching Program aimed at giving you food freedom. I will help you reclaim your life after wellness sneakily took it over. I take an Intuitive Eating approach focused on losing the diet mentality, cultivating attunement with your body, healing your relationship with food, building trust and respect for your body, and learning how to nourish yourself according to your needs.
Food Freedom Coaching Program
Are you ready to stop dieting, heal your relationship with food, and put an end to binging? Learn about my 1:1 coaching program and how I help my clients accomplish these things and more.
“I felt empowered and learned so much while working with Lauren. She gave me helpful tools to implement healthier choices into my life and emphasized how important self-care is – specifically what I needed for my body and lifestyle. She also helped me implement lots of healthy habits that I still stick to today.”
“After working with Lauren, my mentality toward and relationship with food has changed dramatically. I now don’t see food as an outlet. I see it as nourishment for my body and mind. With her help, I now have a much healthier relationship with food, which has had many secondary effects like better sleep habits, more self-awareness, and overall less stress.”
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