Welcome to Emily Kyle Nutrition
I’m Emily Kyle, a holistic minded dietitian dedicated to helping women heal their relationship with food through a realistic approach to health & happiness.
I believe that there are a variety of dietary patterns that can support good health, and together, we can find which one works best for you – without calorie counting, meal logging, or unnecessary restrictive diets.
If you are sick of counting calories, yo-yo dieting, obsessing over food, or hating your body, you’ve found the right place.
Together, we can help you to create an intentional, mindfully-led lifestyle built on the foundation of health & happiness.
Here at Emily Kyle Nutrition, I also share my love for all things holistic health including delicious, anti-inflammatory recipes, Mindful and Intuitive Eating approaches, and strategies to build the happy & healthy lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of.
How I Can Help You
Do you wish that eating healthy could be effortless?
That making the right choice came naturally to you?
Have you started a diet or exercise program that lasted for a week and left you feeling hungry, tired, and more desperate than when you started?
Diets simply do not work because they are a “quick fix” for a wide set of problems. They are not personalized to you, your whole being, your circumstances and your lifestyle.
When we work together, you will see why it can become easy to develop a happy and healthy lifestyle through small, yet effective, lifestyle habit changes.
I believe that in life, as the great Tony Robbins once said: “It’s not what we get in life that makes us happy, its who we become.”
I want to help you become the best version of yourself, by healing your relationship with food, so you can enjoy living your happiest & healthiest life possible, starting today.
My Food Philosophy
My food philosophy has changed a lot over the years. You see, I used to think that my job was to simply help people lose weight.
Now, I realize that is absolutely not my job, and I rarely ever talk about weight loss anymore.
My job is to help people to realize that their health and wellness is not dependent on their weight, and that they are more valuable and worthy than a number on the scale.
There are a variety of dietary patterns that can support good health, and together, we can find which one works best for you without calorie counting, meal logging, or unnecessary restrictive diets.
I truly believe that all foods in moderation can have a place in a happy & healthy lifestyle. I eat Oreo’s sometimes. I eat kale often. I enjoy both and don’t spend time obsessing over either.
Life is too short to be anything but happy. I am here to show you that food should not be a source of anxiety or stress, but rather happiness and joy.
Welcome to Emily Kyle Nutrition
Behind this computer screen, the perfectly styled photos and social media accounts, I am a real live human being trying to make a difference in this world.
My blog is my little piece of the internet where I get to share with you my thoughts and feelings surrounding everything I know about health, wellness, & nutrition.
In today’s society, it is too easy to forget about the real person behind the screen and it can be difficult to make that personal connection in the online space, which is why I wanted to take some time to make that personal connection with you today.
You see, every day I get to make wonderful connections with the women that I serve all around the world, and I love that!
I just want to make sure you feel that my connection back to you is equally as genuine and sincere.
You deserve to get healthy & stay happy, once and for all.
I can help.
LETS STAY CONNECTED
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Latest posts by Emily Kyle (see all)
- Berry Coconut Wine Flour Smoothie Bowl - February 12, 2018
- The Next Hot New Superfood: Wine Flour - February 12, 2018
- Citrus Pear & Arugula Salad + Perfect Pairings for a Balanced Plate - February 11, 2018
- How to Plan an Asian Themed Date Night In - February 6, 2018
- Plant-Based Valentine’s Day Desserts - February 5, 2018