If you’re sick of being recommended one diet or another, and you simply want to make sure that you’re living the healthiest life that you can, then this Non-Diet Approach to Balanced Nutrition eCourse might be the approach that you need. This in-depth online course can help you understand everything you need to know about living a healthy and nutritious lifestyle without getting wrapped up in everything that’s wrong with modern diet culture.
While some people do find success in dieting, there are plenty of people who try them and find that they simply don’t help them craft a healthier lifestyle in the long run. What’s more, many find that the culture that tends to come with these diets are too limiting, restrictive, and have their fair share of fatphobia. This 4-week eCourse helps you make sure that you’re focusing on your health, not just how many calories are in certain foods or how it will affect your balance on a scale. We take a total health approach to help you understand how to incorporate nutritional balance without restricting you to very specific kinds of foods. The Non-Diet Approach to Balanced Nutrition eCourse can help you not only create a healthier lifestyle but can help you unlearn all the toxic elements of diet culture. This can make you much more likely to succeed in the long term.
- A 4-week course designed to help you better understand nutrition as a whole
- Focus on total health and well-being
- Helps you unlearn the most toxic parts of diet culture
- A weight-inclusive approach to healthy lifestyles
- Focuses on nutritional balance, not just numbers on a scale.
Traditionally, the dieting paradigm primarily focuses in on shrinking your body as the measure of your health status. These ‘diets’ are nothing but restrictive, limited, and rooted in fat-phobia. Rivalling that, the non-diet approach focuses on your total health and well-being, instead of the numbers on the scale. Unlearning all that diet-culture taught us, and taking the appropriate steps to reconnect with our bodies and develop respect, a positive relationship with food and embodying physical movement that not only feels good, but we enjoy. This supportive 4 week course will guide you to understand nutrition, and give yourself the respect and nourishment that you deserve.