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why a nutrition therapist?


It’s likely that at some point in your life you’ve received advice on what to eat. This may have been in the context of a specific diet program, or perhaps just something you saw as part of the popular media. Chances are that this information left you confused and wondering what it all means to you.

Or perhaps you feel that you have an unhealthy relationship with food. All the good nutritional information you’ve heard doesn’t help you understand why you struggle with eating and how to work through it.

If you are looking for guidance about food and health, with a mindset towards long term health and success, then nutrition therapy is for you.

As a nutrition therapist, Suzanne Henrick advocates a “No Diet” philosophy. Sometimes misunderstood as not supporting weight loss, Suzanne’s approach is to focus on:

  • Healthy food choices
  • Positive heating habits/behavior
  • Active lifestyle
  • Body image acceptance and support
  • Whole life approach to stress management and identity
  • Achievement of "ideal healthy weight"


A nutrition therapist is a registered dietitian (RD) who has a degree from an approved program with an internship. The RD license guarantees that the person has been trained in the biochemistry of the body as well as extensively in the area of food and nutrition. However unlike a nutritionist, a nutrition therapist is additionally trained in a “psychotherapeutic” counseling style enabling her to help clients understand and deal with why they eat, not simply what to eat. Nutrition therapists can provide guidance about food and health, and additionally direct your lifestyle and mindset towards long term health and success.



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