Heal from disordered eating with nutrition therapy and therapy

Welcome to Ease Nutrition Therapy!

We are a virtual disordered eating and eating disorder recovery clinic. We are a team of expert nutritionists, dietitians, therapists, and recovery coaches.

We have been supporting people worldwide to have a healthy relationship with food, body, and self since 2019. We are so looking forward to helping you too.

We offer 1-1 nutrition therapy and therapy for eating disorders and disordered eating recovery. We also produce articles, guides, and digital products for on-demand eating disorder support.

Hey, I’m Shannon

Founder of Ease Nutrition Therapy, Registered Nutritionist, MACCPH Therapist, Eating Disorder Recovery Coach

I’m so glad you’re here!

I’m the founder of Ease Nutrition Therapy. I have been helping people build a healthy relationship with food for over four years now – how time flies!

I have built a wonderful team of nutritionists, dietitians, therapists, and coaches to help me help more of you.

You deserve support for disordered eating

Let me guess...

  • You’re constantly thinking about food and eating.

  • You want to nourish your body and feel good. But you’re also pretty stuck in your current behaviours and mindset.

  • You want to eat normally. But that is so far out of reach right now – you need help to know when, what, and how much to eat

  • You have so much of your life together, but the food is the one thing you can’t get right.

  • You’re engaging in behaviours and mindsets that aren’t serving you, but you’re stuck in them.
  • You often feel like hiding away from the world because you don’t want people to see you.

What me and the team can help you build a good relationship with food, body, and yourself​

  • Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (missing periods)
  • Eating and coping with ADHD
  • Gut health problems related to disordered eating
  • Nutrition and well-being for mental health
  • Weight-inclusive nutrition therapy (we work with lots of PCOS, fertility, and diabetes)
  • Eating problems linked to mental health conditions such as OCD, depression, autism, and anxiety

Myself and the team work with adults, young people, or children who struggle with their relationship with food. You don’t need any offical diagnosis to have support.

What clients say about their disordered eating and eating disorder recovery support

My popular resources

Overcome Your Fear of Weight Gain [masterclass]

How to Accept You’re Struggling With Disordered Eating [podcast episode]

How to Eat for Eating Disorder Recovery [e-Guide]

“Your relationship with food is one of your earliest and most meaningful relationships.

It’s also a relationship you will have for the rest of your life. It might as well be the best relationship that it can be”

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