Welcome to Sterling Nutrition

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are complex and making changes can be overwhelming. Using a collaborative, family based approach, we will work together on nutritional rehabilitation while rebuilding your relationship with food. I don’t believe in dieting but will help you to achieve a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

Sports Nutrition

Sports Nutrition

Are you looking to be a better athlete - to be faster, stronger, or to have more energy? Specifically, are you looking to be faster, more explosive, and to have more stamina? If so, a comprehensive nutrition sports consultation is essential for reaching that “next level.”

Night Eating

Night eating can be exhausting and disruptive to your night’s sleep 💤. It is usually a sign that something is





Wendy Sterling​


Founder Sterling Nutrition

Wendy Sterling

Wendy Sterling, MS, RD, CSSD, CEDS-S is an Eating Disorder Expert and Sports Dietitian. She has consulted for the Oakland Athletics, Golden State Warriors, NY Jets, and NY Islanders. She maintains a private practice in the Bay Area and is now seeing patients virtually. Follow her on Instagram at @wendy_sterling and @platebyplateapproach or Twitter: @WendyMSRD.


Latest Books

How to Nourish Yourself Through an Eating Disorder

Recovery for Adults with the Plate-by-Plate Approach® by Wendy Sterling and Casey Crosbie

For many people, thinking about food is just one small part of their day—but for those struggling with an eating disorder (ED), these thoughts take over and leave them desperately asking, “How can I eat normally again?” Dietitians Wendy Sterling and Casey Crosbie have the answer: the Plate-by-Plate Approach®, a no-numbers, visual method that teaches readers how to restore their relationship with food using only a ten-inch plate. This approach works across all eating disorder diagnoses—in conjunction with medical and psychological treatment—and helps individuals Heal their relationship with their body and repair their body image.

How to Nourish Your Child Through an Eating Disorder

A Simple, Plate-by-Plate Approach to Rebuilding a Healthy Relationship with Food by Casey Crosbie and Wendy Sterling.

Parents of kids who are struggling with an eating disorder (ED)—including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and many more that go undiagnosed—quickly find themselves at a loss as to how to feed their child and ensure they are receiving adequate nutrition. Now, registered dietitians Casey Crosbie and Wendy Sterling present their innovative and easy-to-implement visual approach that demonstrates balanced meals with the optimal ratio of nutrients—designed to set kids and teens on a path toward permanent recovery.

Raising Body Positive Teens:
A Parent’s Guide to
Diet-Free Living, Exercise and Body Image

by Signe Darpinian, Wendy Sterling, and Shelley Aggarwal

In a world fraught with diet-culture and weight stigma, many parents worry about their child’s relationship with their body and food. This down-to-earth guide is an invaluable resource allowing parents to take proactive actions in promoting a friendship with food, and preventative actions to minimize the risk factors for the development of eating disorders, particularly when early signs of disordered eating, excessive exercise, or body dissatisfaction have been noticed. It provides clear strategies and tools with a practical focus to gently encourage parents and teens to have a peaceful relationship with food and exercise by centralizing joy and health.

No Weigh! A Teen’s Guide to Positive Body Image, Food, and Emotional Wisdom  

by Signe Darpinian, Wendy Sterling, and Shelley Aggarwal

This workbook has everything teens need to achieve connected eating, body positivity and balanced exercise. It will help them stay well informed about how bodies change emotionally and physically, and why good nutrition is critical for growth and development. It debunks any myths about diets and ‘forbidden’ foods and also gives you the tools and strategies to avoid potential triggers of disordered eating.

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