Kim Shapira M.S., R.D. is a celebrity dietitian, nutritional therapist, and author, with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Tulane University and a Master’s degree in Human Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition from Boston University. Kim has spent over 25 years helping people lose weight and keep it off (with a giant emphasis on keeping it off), both in her private Los Angeles practice, in hospitals, sports clinics, addiction centers and universities. When she's not helping her clients take back their relationship with food, she is a wife and mother of three children and three pups. Kim often appears as a guest expert for Yahoo!, Just Jenny, Sky News, Vanity Fair, Pop Sugar, Podcasts, and more.
Kim’s primary goal is to help you become your best self, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and medically. Her formal training has morphed into a METHOD using Six Simple Rules. These Six Rules help people journey into a normal relationship with food. Which improves their confidence, their health, and their well-being. These rules are based in science and are simple. She would love to have the opportunity to share them with you. It is very important to understand that your health starts with you, and a balanced lifestyle of sustainable wellness is achievable. It’s time for you to see what changes you can bring to your life.
Kim believes, “health is the goal but people being triggered by life's storms knock them off their journey.” Kim helps people stay on the journey.
When I designed the principles of my nutrition method, I did so with my daughters in mind. I want my daughters to view their bodies, food, and health in the same way as I do.
If we are habitual emotional eaters, our children will learn to cope with tough emotions in the same way.
If we constantly call ourselves fat and count calories, our daughters will learn to be critical of their own bodies, even if we tell them every day that they are perfect.
Consider how you want your child to eat and love their body. Once you have the answers to these questions, make it a habit to live by them every day.