Toward a Peaceful Relationship with Food and a Healthy-Enough Weight
For a Lifetime
I’ve worked with people struggling with eating disorders for over 30 years. At the same time, I’ve long been someone who loves food and cooking, and sharing good food with others. It has troubled me to see how hard we struggle in this country to settle into a healthy and satisfying relationship with food—one that supports a strong healthy body, and a healthy-enough weight, but still allows enjoyment and satisfaction.
Our conflicts with eating and weight arise from a complicated web of causes–physical, psychological, social, and even political. And what affects any given person tends to be a unique mix of these factors. Changing our relationship with food means learning to consistently, at least most of time, take good care of our bodies. Wether through my recently updated book or my free resources, I hope to help you on your journey to sane eating and a healthy-enough weight.
Maintain a healthy-enough weight, for good, without constant worry or guilt.
Get the Book
Learn how to eat sanely toward a peaceful relationship with food and a healthy-enough weight. I’ve worked with people struggling with eating disorders for over 30 years. I wrote Eat Sanely to provide guidance and tools for healthier eating, freedom from yo-yo dieting, and appropriate weight loss and maintenance.
Get the Worksheets
These worksheets aim to help you organize and guide your change efforts. They will help you strengthen key skills for habit change for your eat sanely journey.The worksheets allow practical follow-up to your Eat Sanely reading—so that you can continue on to actually make the needed changes you’ve identified.
*Manage Your Weight– Once and For All
*Learn Lasting New Habits
*Enjoy an Easier Relationship With Food
Start Your Eat Sanely Journey
Most of us agree we’d like to eat sanely. But what exactly is that? At EatSanely.com we use the definition that Dr. Terese Weinstein Katz has been using in her work with dieters, overeaters, and people with eating disorders: that is, eating in a way that maintains a healthy-enough weight, for good, without constant worry or guilt.