Do you feel out of control with food?

Maybe you wake up every morning and say, “I’m going to be ‘good’ today. I’m not going to have a single carb or a bite of sugar.”

The next thing you know, you fall off the diet wagon and feel terrible – until you try again. Weight Watchers, Paleo, South Beach, Mediterranean, low carb, high carb, liquid diets. And the cycle continues.

In my online program, Kick The Diet Habit, I show you why diets don’t work and I give you the steps to create permanent, sustainable weight loss.   And guess what? It’s not about willpower.
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Dr. Nina, your 30-day online programme has already made some pretty powerful shifts/healing/insights for me even after a week. I can’t tell you how empowering it’s felt to finally feel control on getting to the root of the issues. I’ve had great week of normal, healthy eating – I know I still have a long way to go but I’m feeling hopeful for the first time in a long while! ~ Hanna B.

I have been dieting and struggling with my weight since I was 10 and now I’m in my 50’s. Having done all the diets out there and tapped into all the self-help programs, you seem to be the most logical and genuine. What you say seems to touch me in a very caring way deep in my heart. ~ Karen V.

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Here’s what the experts are saying:


Jonathan Bailor
CEO, SaneSolution and NY Times bestselling author of
"The Calorie Myth"

Dr. Nina breaks from the traditional views about weight loss and dieting. She provides workable, actionable solutions to help people lose weight without dieting. Dr. Nina can help!


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CEO & Founder, Hungry For Happiness

Dr. Nina is nothing short of amazing when it comes to helping women who struggle with the diet/binge vicious paradigm. Nina is creating ripples of love and support to women around the world!

Here's what people are saying about my book:

Much needed book
By Amazon Customer on December 24, 2016
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This book is essential for anyone struggling with disordered eating and/or body image, not only because Dr. Nina's credentials as a psychoanalyst and thought leader in the field inform her writing and perspective (which is far from the usual - her belief that "it's not what you eat, it's what's eating at you" is at the heart of her approach), but because she approaches this terrible and challenging issue from a human, empathetic and reassuring direction, and it makes for a remarkably comforting read. By sharing stories of those who dealt with disordered eating and body image, sought help and made a new life for themselves, Dr. Nina provides information and support. It's written in a way that the lay person can easily access, and the treating professional can benefit from. Quite the accomplishment, and highly recommended.
An exemplary book by a thought and practice pioneer in this field.
By Andrea Kobliner on January 2, 2017
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This insightful book is well written and free of the tedious jargon that plagues many books about psychoanalysis. Writing from the perspective of an active practitioner, the author advances a standard of excellence on many plains: 1) an in-depth description and clarification about current relational psychoanalysis approaches in contrast to earlier theories; 2) a thorough body of research that evidences the potential effectiveness of psychoanalysis as a viable treatment for eating disorders; and 3) the astute application of clinical experience enlivened by poignant and relevant case examples to support her conclusions. While outstanding and full of merit, these elements are not what distinguishes this book as a stand out in current literature. It is the addition of an introspective fourth dimension where Dr. Nina generously shares her own analytical and emotional responses to patient interactions. This approach humanizes the book and offers valuable insights that inform the patient-analyst dynamic in a way that elucidates the benefits of counter-transference and authenticity for the ultimate success of therapy.
A Superb Book
By Arthur Asa Berger on December 31, 2016
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This book is very well written and highly accessible even though it also scholarly--built on a solid foundation of psychoanalytic research. Food for Thought shows that Dr. Savelle-Rocklin is a clinician who cares deeply about the people she's helping. She brings her knowledge of psychoanalytic theory to life in a way that in informative and, ultimately, hopeful.
Accessible and Illuminating.
By Newton on January 7, 2017
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This book presents the reader with a sophisticated and clear understanding of how problems with eating can reveal and express a wide variety of personal conflicts and interruptions in development. Through clear and instructive presentations of her clinical work with patients combined with an expert understanding of psychoanalytic theory and treatment, Dr. Savelle-Rocklin has contributed a book which is both accessible and illuminating. Bravo.
Shines an important light on a very internal struggle
By Rochelleon on January 15, 2017
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The internal dynamics of an eating disorder make it challenging for friends and families to fully appreciate. Support systems are kept at bay and will often walk on eggshells in order to do the "right thing," in spite of not knowing what that "right thing," might be. Nina Savelle-Rocklin's book is a welcome portal into the hearts and minds of those in the clutches of an eating disorder -- it is particularly effective because of the first person narratives as well as Rocklin's very clear and compelling "storytelling" in a voice that doesn't pander but still manages to simplify the complex. If you are close to someone whose eating disorder has taken over -- or if you are working through your own challenges in relation to food and body image -- this is an insightful work of great empathy written by a professional with extensive experience. Savelle-Rocklin tackles the topic from a number of angles - many of which are seldom addressed in less nuanced works on the subject.
Food For Thought Fed My Soul.
By iris ruth pastor on February 14, 2017
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I believe people and books appear in your life when you are ready to receive their wisdom. I was bulimic for 46 years, went for treatment and actually today – Valentine Day – I am celebrating being five years binge and purge free.

I always resisted calling my bulimia more than just a bad habit. Until I read Food for Thought. The book dispelled my resistance dramatically to delving deeper into the origins of my disordered eating patterns.

Dr. Savelle-Rocklin states: "Bulimia is a symptom that contains and expresses a plethora of meanings; it can be understood as a defense against painful emotional experience, an expression of ambivalence, an attempt at mastery, and a means of self-regulation."

That is only a taste of the mind-blowing tidbits of information sprinkled throughout Food for Thought, many of which are drawn from examples of different patients battling with eating, weight and body image.

I have a ton of books on my bookshelves. But this is one I keep close.



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