• September 27, 2022

KIAH PAETZ

I’m Kiah, I’m an online eating disorder dietitian and founder of Imbodi Health, an online clinic dedicated to Eating and […]

I’m Kiah, I’m an online eating disorder dietitian and founder of Imbodi Health, an online clinic dedicated to Eating and Body Image concerns.

Like many people, I used to be obsessed with the latest fad diets, food rules and trying to get the number lower on the scales. I felt like I was in a constant war with food and my own body. I was counting calories, caught up in the binge-restrict cycle and feeling anxious and guilty about everything I was eating.

Eventually I was fed up with living with thoughts about every food I had eaten and calorie I had consumed constantly on my mind. I knew it wasn’t sustainable, enjoyable and it was starting to have a big impact on my life and relationships.

My recovery journey was pivotal in my why I became a dietitian.

As a non-diet dietitian, my approach focuses on promoting a positive relationship with food and your body. I believe in promoting health at every size and reject the notion that weight is an indicator of health. Instead, I focus on promoting behaviors that support overall well-being, such as regular physical activity, stress management, and a balanced and varied diet.

My goal is to help you break free from diet culture and the cycle of disordered eating, and to support you in developing a more peaceful and fulfilling relationship with food and your body. I do this by using a weight-inclusive and Health At Every Size (HAES) approach, which emphasises respect for your body, acceptance of its shape and size, and a focus on behaviours that support overall health and well-being.

My goal is to help you find a healthy and sustainable approach to eating that aligns with your values and promotes a positive relationship with food and your body, free from restriction, guilt and shame.

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