I work hand in hand with people to make their bodies feel like home and foster healthy relationships with food after lifetimes of feeling disconnected from their bodies and out of control around food. I’ve found that gaining confidence in their relationships with food and body helps people feel more present in other areas of life. It’s incredibly powerful to witness the transformation that occurs when food stops feeling like a source of stress and chaos and starts being a source of pleasure, connection, and nourishment.
Let’s discuss your food story.
As a fat body-positive provider, my work in weight inclusivity is far more than a job. It’s a lifelong commitment to changing how the world discusses bodies. Whether it’s helping people navigate life in a world that doesn’t recognize body diversity or voicing my concerns about the harmful effects of weight stigma, my work is deeply rooted in sparking changes to make the world a safe place for all bodies.
Let’s change the world together.
Many people want to add weight inclusivity to their work but don’t know where to start. I encourage clinicians, educators, and students to explore how to better support and connect to people of size and ways to embrace fat positivity. I teach people to identify stigmatizing practices that they‘ve overlooked and use tools to reduce weight stigma in their communities and workplaces. This involves challenging my audiences to ask themselves difficult questions that further examine their own biases.
Let’s transform the way we discuss bodies.
THE BODY POSITIVE DIETITIAN
NOURISHING YOUR WISDOM ABOUT FOOD + BODY
HERE TO HELP
CREATING SPACE FOR ALL BODIES
I’m not your typical dietitian. I know firsthand how difficult it can be to trust your body when the world tells you to do otherwise. Together we will find a way to nourish your wisdom about food and body.
HEALTH AT EVERY SIZE®
Kimmie Singh, MS, RD
I’m not your typical dietitian...I believe in body positivity and fat liberation, meaning that I don’t think bodies need fixing. They need healing from a society that makes them feel wrong for existing. I help people learn about nutrition while exploring why food feels so vulnerable, allowing my clients to pursue health in a way that leaves them feeling empowered and ultimately more connected to their bodies. This process involves compassion, gentleness, and curiosity.