isabelle@bamboonutritionrd.com | (573) 343-4017

Columbia, MO

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MEET ISABELLE

My name is Isabelle Bouchard. I practice Health at Every Size®. Let’s make nutrition simple again.

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ABOUT

Chinese Bamboo may take 5 years to grow before any progress is seen. 
Then within 6 weeks it will grow 90ft! 
So how long does it take to grow?
5 years or 6 weeks?
Change always takes time. Laying the foundation is just as important as the benefits to come.

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SERVICES

Eating Disorders

Child & Adolescent Nutrition

Intuitive Eating

Upcoming Events

Community Lunch

Bamboo Nutrition is offering a community lunch for those working on eating disorder recovery. Community lunch will be from 12-1 pm every Thursday EXCEPT the 3rd Thursday of the month. Bring your lunch, whatever it may be, or grab something downtown to bring with you. Lunch is located in Bamboo Nutrition’s office, suite 203. No RSVP necessary. This is a safe space to enjoy a meal with awesome support and relaxing discussion.


Workshops

If you’re a parent, grandparent, friend, partner or spouse of a loved one who has an eating disorder and are wanting to know how to be supportive, this workshop is for you. This workshop is offered once per month and goes through everything you need to know about eating disorders. The next workshop will be Saturday October 26th from 8:30-10:30 am. RSVP is required and cost is $35 per adult. Sign up here.


Groups

Looking to reach your nutrition goals with the support of others? Groups are a great way to jump start your motivation and bounce creative ideas off other people in your situation. Bamboo Nutrition offers groups for teenagers and adults. See below to find out what groups are going on now!

8 week adult program

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Parents &

Loved Ones

Bamboo Nutrition offers many different services for families, parents, and loved ones including workshops, child and adolescent nutrition, picky eaters, and consultations for how to raise a healthy eater.

Don’t forget to check out the free downloadable Parent Guide Resource for parents of children in eating disorder treatment.

 

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