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It's okay to still love food.
Combining intuitive eating and diabetes self-care is a sustainable approach to improving health outcomes.
It's scary to be told that you need to manage your blood sugar. More often than not, you're being given crap advice like, 'Just lose weight' and 'Cut carbs.' These are lazy recommendations that are unattainable for most and full of negative health risks.
You were likely sent on your way to consult with Dr. Google on how to do that, and now you're certain that you're one bite away from certain death.
That's on top of already feeling:
Most of what you've been told about carbs and blood sugar is complete crap.
Good Diabetes Care Isn't Found in Restriction and Misery
It's about making sustainable changes that include things you enjoy. Changes that:
Temporary weight loss, cleanses, detoxes and excluding foods you love don't work.
The only lifestyle changes that lead to better health outcomes are the ones that last.
If you are...
Then Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat is FOR you.
This is NOT for you if...
What is Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat?
The only program to incorporate mindful eating, intuitive eating and diabetes education so that you can incorporate eating healthfully into your life, not make your life about eating healthfully.
You will get the tools and strategies you need to manage your blood sugar while feeling safe around any food in any environment.
What's missing from most programs is nuance.
You are unique. Life is constantly throwing you curveballs. The way you approach blood sugar management will need just as unique as you are and will need to flex alongside you.
Included in the program
Plus These Bonuses!
Combining Intuitive Eating and Diabetes Care
You will find a confidence you never knew existed.
When you approach blood sugar management with a flexible 'add-in' approach, you'll create a sensible, satisfying and sustainable lifestyle.
Over the nine sessions you will:
Best of all, you'll be ending the war with your body and start making friends with it again.
Hi, I'm Dr. Kerri!
Shame and blame don't help anyone.
Over my 20 years of practice, one thing hasn't changed. When patients are told they're at risk for developing diabetes, they fall into a spiral of self-blame and shame. The larger a person's body, the deeper these feelings are felt.
The stigma surrounding diabetes is heartbreaking. You've been told that this wouldn't have happened if you 'just' ate right and moved more. If you're in a larger body, that weight is blamed.
Diabetes and blood sugar issues happen to people across the size spectrum.
I moved to a weight-neutral approach over a decade ago because I saw that the focus on weight and size wasn't helping and was actually harming my patients.
Weight is not a behaviour.
That's why I brought intuitive eating and diabetes education together. By focusing on health-promoting behaviours that prioritize pleasure and satisfaction, patients are able to create a life they genuinely enjoy.
How it works
Curious about intuitive eating and diabetes?
To get started or decide whether this program is a good fit for you, please book a complimentary time to chat with Kerri