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Have you been on and off diets your whole life? Do you have rigid rules around food? Are eating behaviors such as binge eating or dieting part of your life? Do you feel at war with your body?

The Non-Diet Approach will help you reconnect with what your body needs to feel more relaxed around food, and in your body as it is.

Hello! I’m Nicole Kopel, an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist. I am the founder of Eat in Peace, and support individuals, families and communities to reach their health and wellbeing goals. I do this through a non-diet approach, focusing on eating behaviour.

Eating can be exciting, enjoyable and an important part of social life for  many people. To others, food and eating is nothing special – it’s just something we have to do to survive. To others, eating can be a battle.

A battle between the voices in our heads telling us to eat this and not that. A battle between our inner self and the voices around us in society and the media. Or a battle between parents and children at meal times.

Through Eat in Peace, I can help you to do just that – eat in peace from the noise in your head, the noise around you, and the noise at your table.

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The Non-Diet Approach will help you reconnect with what your body needs to feel more relaxed around food, and in your body as it is.
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Health and fitness professionals are often called upon to provide weight loss advice for adults classified as overweight or obese by BMI. While short-term weight loss is possible, long-term (3-5+ years) intentional weight loss remains elusive for most people and is a proven contributor to body dissatisfaction, disordered eating and eating disorders. Assessment of health status by BMI does not consider lifestyle behaviours like dietary quality, physical activity, smoking and alcohol intake which are, in fact,stronger determinants of death and disease than BMI classification. The positive effects of weight loss are largely explained by the adoption of healthier lifestyle behaviours rather than the weight loss itself. Weight neutral practitioners provide care which supports the enhancement of physical and mental health for people of all sizes without the intention of weight change.
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