Karen Oliver, the Founding Editor, tells her story of overcoming food neophobia, binge eating disorder, reversing pre-diabetes and hypertension, recovery from post natal depresison and finally learning to accept her body.
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.
Having a truly peaceful relationship with food means also having a non-judgemental awareness of the different types of hunger we experience. Here are 8 different types of hunger you might experience…
The Pros & Cons of Recovery exercise is a great exercise to work through for when you're beginning to recover from disordered eating and dieting. be sure to download the FREE WORKSHEET to use with the video (no opt-in required).
Many of us have managed to lose weight at some point in our lives, But how many of us have managed to keep this same weight off for 5 years or more? In this post, I'm going to be summarising some of the most commonly cited biological explanations.
Short answer: no, it promotes radical self-acceptance over self-loathing. It promotes a kinder society over a culture rife with appearance-based bullying and body shaming and it promotes physical and psychological recovery from dieting and disordered eating. Here's why: