Your Michigan Dietitians

Explore how our eating disorder experts can help you from the comfort of your own home in Michigan!

Healing your relationship with food in the

Great Lakes State

Find the perfect virtual dietitian for you in the state of Michigan.

No matter where you are in your eating disorder or disordered eating recovery journey, we are here to help you with an intuitive eating and HAES approach. 

We work with:

  • Teens & adolescents
  • College-aged & young adults
  • Adults
  • Athletes
  • Pregnant individuals
  • Families
  • LGBTQIA+ community

Fun Fact #1

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Michigan is known for its cherry production, especially tart cherries. In fact, the state produces about 75% of the country’s tart cherries, which are packed with antioxidants!

Fun Fact #2

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Great Lakes

Michigan is known as the “Great Lakes State” because it is the only state that touches four of the five Great Lakes (Superior, Huron, Michigan, and Erie). It has more shoreline than any other state except Alaska.

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If you are working on your eating disorder or disordered eating recovery in Michigan, here are a few of our top recommended activities for challenging your ED, practicing self-care, and making the most of your journey!


ACTIVITY #1: Visit Mackinac Island

Take a ferry to this car-free island, where you can rent a bike, visit historic sites, and don’t forget to try the famous Mackinac Island fudge. This can also be a great opportunity to challenge food fears!



ACTIVITY #2: Visit Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Go for a boat tour or hike along the trails for breathtaking views of colorful sandstone cliffs, beaches, waterfalls, and forests. This allows you to engage in gentle physical activity while surrounded by the calming beauty of nature. 



ACTIVITY #3: Visit The Detroit Zoo

One of Michigan’s most popular family attractions, the Detroit Zoo has over 2,000 animals and various exhibits. This activity provides a delightful distraction to redirect focus away from negative thoughts.


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