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Episode 230: Brittany Braswell: A Faith-based Approach

Today, Kathy welcome Brittany Braswell, MS, RDN, LD, and they have a discussion about a faith-based approach to eating disorder recovery.

Brittany helps faith-driven women who struggle with food and body image issues reduce their anxiety and disordered behaviors so that they can confidently restore their health and ditch food rules forever.

Unlike some approaches that only focus on food-related behaviors, Brittany helps her clients replace negative beliefs with spiritual truth to discover their God-given identity without their eating disorder.

Brittany is a Registered Dietitian and the owner and founder of a virtual private practice in Birmingham, AL. She provides both 1-to-1 and group coaching services to women who desire a faith-based approach to recovery from disordered eating.

She has a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition/Dietetics from Auburn University and a Masters degree in Nutritional Sciences from Texas Tech, where she also spent time teaching graduate students studying to go into the healthcare field. Brittany is passionate about serving her clients and helping them establish a healthy relationship with food and body in order to improve their quality of life and walk free and fearlessly in their purpose.


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