Heal Your relationship with Food

We aim to provide quality nutrition therapy to the greater Huntsville, AL area.

We primarily work with clients with eating disorders and disordered eating, but love to help those with other nutrition-related health conditions embrace the principles of intuitive eating, health at every size and an all foods fit approach to nutrition. We look forward to serving you.

Why work with a Registered Dietitian (RD)?

A registered dietitian nutritionist is the food and nutrition expert who has completed at least a four year degree, a 1200 hour internship and passed a rigorous national credentialing exam. Trust a dietitian to provide you evidence-based nutrition education for a variety of nutrition related concerns. No other medical or mental health professional completes the rigorous nutrition education to be a reliable source of nutrition information.

Specialties Include:

General Nutrition Education | Food Allergies | Eating Disorders | Weight Concerns  |  Mindful and Intuitive Eating | Diabetes | Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Nutrition | Celiac Disease | GI Issues | Chronic Disease | Gut Health | Pediatric Feeding Concerns | Baby Led Weaning | Failure to Thrive


  • What to do when kid your gets called fat

    I think when our kid comes to us and tells us “I got called fat,” our first instinct is to tell them they aren’t fat, whether they are or aren’t. The problem with this approach is that it reinforces the idea that being fat is bad. One of the best things we can do in…


  • The Line Between Intermittent Fasting and Eating Disorders

    Intermittent fasting, or IF, is described by its proponents as an eating pattern where you eat all your meals within a designated time frame. Rather than dictating what you can and can’t eat, IF instead tells you when you can and can’t eat.  For someone following intermittent fasting, fasting can range from a 12 to 22 hour…


  • Bringing Joy Back to Movement

    By: Morgan Abercromie, Intern at HNC The culture surrounding exercise oftentimes places emphasis on results, specifically physical results. Many individuals start working out to change their bodies, influenced by so many exercise programs promising thinner thighs, thinner waists, bigger glutes, and bigger arms. There is no promise of fun or enjoyment in sight for the…


  • Navigating Safe Veganism and Vegetarianism While in Eating Disorder Recovery

    By Morgan Abercrombie, Intern at HNC Your relationship with food is important to your overall well-being. Food is used to nourish your whole person, physically, mentally, and spiritually. One lifestyle that has gained much popularity in recent years is veganism, alongside vegetarianism. You may be considering a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle to nourish your body…


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