Happy eating is your birthright!

There are so many questions you might have about your eating:

  • What does normal eating look like?
  • How can I make my eating more healthy?
  • How do I stop dieting?
  • Do I have to keep dieting forever to keep my weight stable?
  • How do I stop feeling guilty about eating?
  • Why can't I stop stress eating?
  • How do I stop binge eating?

It's not easy to answer these questions -- but you're in the perfect place to get started!

Recover your happiest eating and your natural weight!

Happy, healthy eating is achieved through recovery: recovery of your natural way of eating, your natural weight, your natural happiness. You might have spent a long time struggling with food, dieting and hating your body. And you don't have to keep struggling!

Recovery can last a lifetime but before you can figure out how to get to recovery, you have to know where you are now. Here you will find a handy-dandy tool that will help: the Eating Attitude Quiz.

A tool to start your journey to recovery

The Eating Attitude Quiz will help you find out where you are on your journey toward recovery. 

The quiz has 10 questions and takes only a few minutes to complete.

Try to answer as honestly as possible -- there are no right or wrong answers.

You will receive the results of the quiz in an email and it will be one of 3 possible outcomes:


Submitting your email address does NOT add you to our mailing list -- that's because there isn't one 🙂 I use the email address to send you the quiz results and that's it. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to chat, you can definitely email me! Here's my email address: valentina@valiantnutrition.com

Ready? Take the Eating Attitude Quiz now!

I feel relaxed when I eat.
I eat differently when nobody is watching me.
Eating makes me feel guilty.
There are foods I try not to eat.
I eat until I feel full and satisfied.
I feel it's okay to eat my favorite foods.
I worry about my weight because of what I eat.
I feel ashamed of how I eat.
I make myself eat certain foods because they are "good for me" even if I don't enjoy them.
If I eat something "bad" or too much, I feel gross and dislike my body.
I exercise only to correct my eating mistakes.
I think about food more than I want to.

This quiz is not intended to diagnose or treat any health condition, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice.  

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