The Anti-Diet Plan Signature Course

The Anti-Diet Plan Signature Course is designed to guide you from diet-binge-shame cycle to food freedom using mindful eating. It is one of the few programs designed and led by a licensed psychologist that focuses on the emotional aspects of relationship with food and our body. 

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The Diet-Free Revolution book

A 10-step approach to ditching diet culture, healing your relationship with food, and cultivating compassion for your body.

Diets don’t work–and it’s not your fault. As a culture, we’re told (and tell ourselves) that if we just lose the weight–try a little harder, have a little more willpower, or deprive ourselves for a little bit longer–we’ll be happier, healthier, and more confident. But it’s not true.
The Diet-Free Revolution debunks the myths we’ve been sold about food, nutrition, health, and weight loss, and offers an antidote to the pain and harmful health consequences that result from yo-yo diets, untenable food regimens, and quick fixes. Clinical psychologist and eating disorder specialist Dr. Alexis Conason helps us discover what really nourishes us, while teaching how we can listen to and care for our bodies. Her 10-step program will help you:

  Challenge your assumptions about weight and health
  Understand the ways that our emotions can impact how and why we eat
  Embrace your “yum” and tune into taste with mindful eating
  Trust your body to be your guide and find real fullness


Praise for The Diet-Free Revolution

“If you’re a former dieter who’s done with diet culture and ready to go deeper in your healing, this book is a wonderful resource. With engaging storytelling and insightful analysis, Alexis Conason offers a truly weight-inclusive approach to mindful eating that will help you develop self-compassion, practice self-care, and find pleasure in food and your body.”
—Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, author of Anti-Diet

“Smart, compassionate, with relatable and vivid stories and specific practice recommendations throughout, The Diet-Free Revolution embodies the most cutting-edge blend of science and psychology while acknowledging vital social justice themes. I am delighted to have this book as a resource that I will recommend to my patients and their families as well as to anyone seeking to transform their relationship with their body and food.”
—Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS-S, FAED, founder and medical director of the Gaudiani Clinic and author of Sick Enough

“You have what it takes to heal your relationship with food. Dr. Conason’s simple 10-step plan will encourage you to be kind to yourself while bravely leaving behind the misery of dieting once and for all!”
—Rebecca Scritchfield, RDN, EP-C, author of Body Kindness

“…a clear, empathetic, and evidence-based roadmap for the work and healing that comes next. Conason is the warm, wise therapist and friend you’ve been looking for. And her certainty that radical self-acceptance and food freedom are possible for anyone will put these concepts within reach of those struggling the most.”
—Virginia Sole-Smith, author of The Eating Instinct

“The most important thing I have to say about Alexis Conason’s book is that it is supremely trustworthy. With an exquisite balance of research, personal and professional insights, mindfulness expertise, and understanding of intersectional social justice issues, this book is the one you need to heal your relationship with food and your precious body. Vive la révolution!”
—Jenna Hollenstein, MS, RDN, CDN, author of Eat to Love