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According to psychonutritionists, diets do not work in the long term and even aggravate the situation since they very often generate  anxiety ,  frustration,  disappointments  and  relapses.

A lasting dietary change must be accompanied by a psychological change so that the individual does not relapse. The psychonutritionist will therefore work with his patient on listening to his  food sensations, on his  body image  emotions, the  compensation phenomena  and his  motivation.  

The  psychonutrition  allows the individual to take  mindfulness  the place of food in his daily life. This work will be carried out in particular with the help of mindfulness exercises which will allow the patient  eat more slowly and savor every bite. This attitude promotes the appearance of satiety and the reduction of the quantity of food ingested.  

Most individuals who go on a diet are in  cognitive restriction. This means that they control the foods they eat in order to lose weight. This attitude favors relapses and these repeated failures can  cause feelings of worthlessness and loss of self-esteem.

A work on the  food sensations  will allow the individual to relearn how to eat with pleasure and to recognize  his feelings of hunger, satiety and fullness.

We can therefore see to what extent emotions and representations influence the weight of individuals, which is why psychonutrition is particularly effective: it takes into account the psychological profile of the individual and the recommendations are adapted to the person.


This practice is intended to lead to a  lasting change in eating behavior.  It is therefore addressed to all  the people  who wish to change their eating behavior in order to lose or gain weight, but also to those who want to eat a more balanced diet while maintaining a stable weight.

It is also indicated for patients  suffering from eating disorders, wishing to reconcile with their body image. It may also be suitable for people with digestive disorders or suffering from diabetes.

Psychonutrition is a  approach  neurobehavioral  focused on weight management.  Various innovative approaches, stemming from  3rd Wave Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies  are used  : ACT  (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), the Neurocognitive and Behavioral Approach ( ANC ), the psycho-sensorial approach of the Reflection Group on Obesity and Overweight ( GROS ), mindfulness ( Mindful Eating ).  

Eating Disorders  such as anorexia and bulimia cannot be accompanied in my practice, because they require increased and specialized monitoring  of the medical profession. 

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