Madeline Glazos, RDN, LD, RYT
Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the different messages in the media around nutrition and food? Does it feel like all the information you’re exposed to just leaves you feeling confused, defeated, or frustrated? Are you finding your thoughts around food and your body are taking up more space in your mind than you would like? Maybe you are just trying to find a way to improve your health and looking for guidance on how to integrate more balanced nutrition into your life in a way that works for you.
Figuring out how to individually nourish your body with food can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. It is possible to find food freedom, while also nourishing your body and improving your overall health through nutrition. I decided to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist years ago due to my own personal history of feeling confused and stuck with these same mixed messages around food and health.
I offer nutrition counseling with a specialty in eating disorders and intuitive eating. My focus is to help individuals improve their overall health (physically and mentally) with individualized nutrition care and mindful movement that is realistic, sustainable and nurturing, rather than restrictive, excessive, or forced.
I obtained my B.S. degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, and then went on to complete the University of Minnesota Dietetic Internship program with a focus in Medical Nutrition Therapy. For the past several years I have specialized in working with eating disorders and disordered eating, as well as diabetes management, food allergies and intolerances, and intuitive eating. I identify as a HAES practitioner and practice from a non-judgemental, all foods fit lens that recognizes the importance of food for physical nourishment, as well as to be enjoyed.
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