If you or your loved one struggles with disordered eating habits, we’re here to help.
Heal your relationship with food.
Food is essential to life, yet our relationships with food can be complicated. If you are struggling with disordered eating habits, our team is here to offer you a safe and supportive space, free from judgment, where we work together to foster a healthier relationship with food and your body.
Through individualized nutrition plans, you’ll learn the power of food for healing, how to manage anxiety and compulsion around food, weight, and body image, and how to use nutrition to create a lifetime of well-being.
Our Approach to Managing Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, Binge-Eating, and Disordered Eating
A Safe Environment
We create a safe environment to address your relationship with food and body issues that are barriers to optimum health.
Healing Food Relationships
We help you normalize healthy eating behaviors and monitor your nutritional status nutrition-focused tests and screenings.
Gentle Nutritional Guidance
We ally with you to create tailored meal plans and supplement protocols that feel achievable and empowering based on your history and nutrient needs.
Behavior & Habit Support
Learn to re-direct behaviors for sustainable nutritional, physical, and emotional well-being, as well as practical support for food shopping, meal planning, and preparation.
Registered Dietitian Care for Disordered Eating
– Anorexia Nervosa
– Anxiety Eating
– Bulimia Nervosa
– Night Eating Syndrome
– PANS / PANDA
– Binge Eating Disorder
– Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
– Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED)
– Compulsive Overeating
The trusted support you deserve in support to overcome an eating disorder
As experts in managing eating disorders, we know how important it is to have a caring and positive space to heal your relationship with food.
Our Eating Disorder Dietitians guide you through managing anxious or compulsive thoughts around food, provide gentle nutrition and eating disorder treatment, nutrition education, and compassionate support. We also help you develop your own sense of intuitive eating and healthy habits to reduce anxiety and shame around food and the way you see your body.
“I was terrified of getting support. Now, I can’t imagine my life without having achieved freedom from my eating disorder. My dietitian meet me where I was. She helped me to grow the skills that I needed to re-gain healthy eating habits. She also connected me with a therapist so that I could get help with anxiety – this was critical to my success.”Jenny A.
Getting the support you need is simple.
We offer more than a “fix” to disordered eating or troubled relationships with food. We Help you heal from the root.
Find out if we’re a good fit. Start by booking a FREE 15-minute call.
We want to know more about you! By completing our secure forms, and any labs you wish to provide, we create a full assessment. Gives us the whole story!
Meet with us for your first initial visit. We’ll review your assessment and give you several choices for first steps. Then, you’ll get a detailed plan with all of the info and support that you need for success!
Complete any desired additional assessments. These include: Functional lab testing, body composition or metabolic assessment, or blood glucose monitoring (all optional).
If desired, get additional support with group programs or weekly email check-ins.
Meet with us on a recurring basis to further optimize your plan, move to further stages, and achieve independent wellness!
Disordered eating is not your destiny. Contact us for a free call to discuss how we can help.
Don’t have insurance? No problem.
We are still available for compassionate nutrition therapy for eating disorders. at an affordable rate. Learn more HERE.
Your eating disorder questions, answered
Are you a referring practitioner?
Please complete our referral form and return it by either fax or HIPAA-compliant secure email attachment.
Meet Our Moore County, North Carolina, Eating Disorder Dietitian Nutritionists
Kay Graner, MNS, RD, LDN, IFNCP
Kay Graner is an eating disorder dietitian with over 35 years of professional practice. She uses a whole-body approach that acknowledges the connections between mind, body, and spirit. In addition to her training and education in eating disorder nutrition, Kay also has training and credentials as an Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner (IFNCP). She additionally has training and expertise in gastrointestinal (GI) nutrition therapy.
Kay’s specialized training and education in disordered eating includes:
- EDRDPRO – Online training for weight-inclusive Eating Disorder training. 7/11/2020
- “From Struggling to Thriving”: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for Dietitians- online program 7/2020 (in progress)
- Workshop-Tending the Feminine Psych -Nutritional Psychology with Francie White & Anita Johnston 11/ 2019
- Workshop- Mind. Mood and Food. Center for Mind Body Medicine. Certificate of Training 9/2019
- Workshop- Eating and Mood Disorders. The University of North Carolina School of Medicine 11/ 2010
- The Renfrew Center Annual Conference In Philadelphia, PA focusing on Obesity and Eating Disorders 11/2006
- Workshop- Children, The Feeding Relationship and Weight. Ellen Satter, MS, RD, LCSW, BCD in Atlanta, GA 5/2005
- Workshop- Body to Die For: Advanced Training in the Treatment of Eating Disorders and Body-Image Disturbance in Women- Adrienne Ressler 4/2003
- Workshop- Tending the Feminine Soul with Francie White Omega Institute 2001
- Advanced Skills Training Workshop for Professionals Treating Eating and Body Image Distortions with Francie White and Carolyn Costin 4/2000
- Developed Program, brochure, and presenter for First Health Moore Regional Hospital with Behavioral Services: Eating Disorder 9/1999
- CLark-Dartmouth Clinic, PA Southern Pines NC- Consultant for Nutrition Therapy: Eating Disorders -group and individual therapy. 1994-1996
- Rumbaugh Mental Health- Fayetteville, NC- Nutrition Consultant for Children and Adolescents with Emotional Eating issues. 1990- 1995
Brittany Hampton, MS, RDN, LDN
Brittany Hampton is a Registered Dietitian with nearly fifteen years of experience in nutrition counseling and practice. She earned her Bachelors of Science from Miami University of Ohio and completed her dietetic internship in South Carolina.
Across her career, Brittany has grown to recognize the effect of our culture on eating mindset. Thus, she is passionate about supporting clients who struggle with disordered eating and eating disorders. Her approach is to empower, educate, and support others to nourish themselves. She is eager to help clients build confidence in their relationship with food.
Brittany has completed the online nutrition counseling course with world-renowned eating disorder dietitian Marci Evans, with other certifications in the works. Additionally, she is a member of the North Carolina chapter of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) Foundation. Britt is committed to providing the highest level of care to her clients while listening and providing an intuitive eating approach. Clients will appreciate her compassion and empathy, and will feel empowered to re-claim their lives.
In her spare time, you will find Brittany being active: running, hot yoga, and surfing (if there’s water nearby) are some of her favorite ways to move. She is also always on the hunt for the next best chocolate chip cookie recipe. Taking pictures is another of her hobbies. Most of all, Brittany is lucky to be the mom to four wild littles who keep her busy and laughing.
Get Medical Nutrition Support for Eating Disorder Recovery
Get help starting today. Contact us to get started with skilled and compassionate nutrition therapy for eating disorders. You can call us directly at (910) 585-6748, can send a message via our contact page, or can book a short call with our clinical team HERE.
We offer consultations both via video telehealth and at our clinic in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Telehealth may not be advised in some clinical cases. Your eating disorder nutritionist and dietitian will provide you with an individualized recommendation on this.
For referring providers, please complete our referral form HERE and return it by fax or HIPAA-compliant secure email attachment.
For details about your insurance coverage, visit our INSURANCE PAGE. On that page, please download our insurance script for the specific questions that you can ask your insurance company about coverage with us.
It’s never too early to get help with an eating disorder. Working with a licensed and trained eating disorder nutritionist and dietitian is the standard of care as part of the whole care team. With our support, you’ll have a path forward to wellness.
Want to discuss the details? Then book a free call with us to discuss how we can support you.
Schedule a Free Chemistry Call
Wondering if we’re a good fit? Then we’d love to meet you! Let’s jump on a short call. We’ll discuss your health challenges, goals and how we can support you to achieve those goals.
Nutrition Professionals You Can Trust
Many claim to be a nutritionist. However, only a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) meets rigorous academic requirements. This includes: Extensive clinical training, a nutrition degree from an accredited university, passing a rigorous board exam, and meeting continuing education requirements. Further, we are Licensed Registered Dietitians (LDNs) in the state of North Carolina. We are credentialed in Integrative and Functional Nutrition. We also stay informed of the guidelines set by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This allows us to provide our patients with expert nutrition counseling they need for success.