This week I am joined by the amazing Katherine Kimber.      Katherine is a Registered non-diet Dietitian and founder of Nude Nutrition. She is on and mission to free people dieting and to strip back on confusing nutrition information – hence #StripTheNonsense.     Katherine has completed an extensive amount of formal education and training, achieving a first class degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at King’s College London, and a distinction in her Masters in Clinical Research. She has worked both in the NHS and privately. She is highly experienced in providing motivational support, and is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor.     Katherine will be sharing with us the importance of having a healthy relationship with food, and the impact it has on our overall well being and performance. Also what we can do to ensure we fuelling our minds and bodies with nutritious foods, and evidenced based no-nonsense nutrition information.    

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    About Katherine:     Katherine is a Registered non-diet Dietitian Nutritionist and I am on a mission to set you free from dieting and confusing nutrition information.      She helps those who want to get off the diet train for good, but who are stuck in the cycle of swinging between diet land (being ‘good’), and doughnut land (“falling off the wagon”).     Katherine has been there herself, and it’s no way to live life!       She helps her clients to break down food rules and restrictions, find trust in their natural hunger, fullness and satisfaction, and learn how to eat again from the ground up. This way, they can find freedom from food guilt and obsession, and enjoy eating healthy foods that satisfy them.       Katherine’s Links:   Facebook Twitter Instagram Website