Emotional Eating refers to the use of food to manage or suppress emotions, such as stress, sadness, boredom, or anxiety. It often leads to a disconnected relationship with food and body signals. Berry Street's compassionate care guides individuals towards understanding their emotional triggers, promoting healthier coping strategies.
Recognizing the need for specialized emotional eating guidance can enhance well-being and foster a mindful relationship with food. Working with a Berry Street dietitian can address concerns such as:
Eating in response to feelings rather than hunger
Frequent cravings, especially for comfort foods
Guilt or regret after eating
Struggling to identify true hunger and fullness cues
Guided nutrition support ensures a nurturing and healing emotional eating journey.
Challenges in emotional eating may arise from past traumas, stressors, mental health conditions, or societal pressures. Personalized nutrition therapy can provide the empathy, understanding, and tools needed to navigate these complex emotional landscapes.
Emotional eating can lead to weight fluctuations, nutrient imbalances, and mental health challenges. Berry Street's personalized emotional eating therapy focuses on minimizing these risks, encouraging a balanced and self-compassionate relationship with food.
Embrace a nourishing and balanced approach with personalized emotional eating therapy at Berry Street. Our registered dietitian nutritionists specialize in emotional eating, offering individualized support, insights, and strategies to reconnect with intuitive eating instincts. By focusing on the unique emotional aspects of eating, we guide individuals towards self-awareness, healing, and a satisfying relationship with food. With most patients paying $0 out-of-pocket thanks to health insurance, expert emotional eating support is within reach.