If you’re ready to take the first steps towards beating an eating disorder, you’re in the right place.
My name is Milda and I help women beat eating disorders and food obsession by helping create physical and emotional balance, so they can enjoy food freedom and take back control of their lives.
I offer nutritional coaching and step-by-step support in changing your relationship to food, restoring metabolism and health. Whether you are struggling with anorexia, bulimia or binge eating, nutritional support and guidance could be instrumental in your journey. Our work together is tailored to your specific needs and lifestyle, as there are no "one size fits all" solutions.
After my own journey with binge eating, I have completed my training as a Nutritional Therapist in the College of Naturopathic Nutrition (CNM) and extensive training with the National Centre for Eating Disorders in London and set out on a mission to help support women in getting out of the vicious cycles around food. Always keen to improve my knowledge I regularly attend seminars and education events to keep up to date with the newest research.
Depending on your case, I often work as a team with a trained ED counselor to make sure you are as supported as possible.
I offer FREE discovery calls if you feel unsure where to start or would like to know more how our work together would look. To book, head over to https://calendly.com/nutritionpath/discovery
I am currently taking on new clients and I can see you in Frome, Bath and online.
What my clients say:
I have been lucky enough to work with the incredible nutritional therapist Milda. In just two sessions Milda has helped me see where so many of a lifetime of eating problems have come from and how they have manifested. This week I literary cried with relief at the thought of being excited to go to the market and not avoid the lovely smells and sights in the food quarter and actually buy and something and enjoy it free from fear. This is such a big deal for me.
Anna, 37, Frome
When I came to Milda I was at risk of being admitted to hospital with AN. I was scared to take the first steps and admitting that I had a problem was hard. However, due to our work together I feel much healthier and think about food less, am more productive and confident with my own choices. Plus, I advanced in my career, which I don't think I could have done previously, given my restrictive habits.
Lydia, 31, Wiltshire
I was binging and purging every day and had no tools or way to stop it. I was in a constant cycle of self-loathing and left that there was something wrong in my brain that could never be fixed. I had an ED for all of my teenage years and into my early 20s, so it was all that I remembered. I had gone to so many therapists through the years and I was nervous it wouldn't work again.
I have found the sessions incredibly helpful and I was building my skills at a pace, that really worked for me. I am able to overcome different scenarios when my eating becomes disordered and even if I have setbacks, I know what to do and how to bring myself back on track.
Karen, 27, London
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