Disordered Eating

How to deal with weight gain while practising intuitive eating

How to deal with weight gain while practising intuitive eating

Gaining weight is very normal for anyone who begins practising intuitive eating after a period of restrictive eating (whether through dieting or restrictive eating disorders). Here are my tips for how to address and cope with your fears around this initial weight gain, in order to avoid falling into the temptation of dieting or disordered eating behaviours.

A Guide to Seeking Professional Help For Disordered Eating

A Guide to Seeking Professional Help For Disordered Eating

Struggle with disordered eating? Here’s who to turn to first for professional help and a crash course guide to ‘who’s who’ in the health professions, including the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist, or a counsellor and a psychologist, and what the heck a health coach is.

Which type of eater are you?

Which type of eater are you?

Taking some time to figure out which eating style you fall into can help bring awareness to any patterns of disordered eating you may have, and highlight the particular challenges you need to tackle on your own recovery journey.