Just one example of fatphobia is how the fashion industry caters to smaller bodies, even though the vast majority of their customers are in larger bodies. Knowing this can help with body acceptance.
Health At Every Size (HAES)
Health and fitness don’t have a look. Exercise should be about taking care of your body, not punishing or trying to change it.
If you feel out of control around certain foods because you tend to binge on them, it can be scary to keep them in the house. Here’s what to do!
It can be hard to think about giving up your scale, but here are some things to consider about how weighing affects your brain.
Exercise shouldn’t be motivated by body shame. Here are some body positive exercise programs to check out to have a healthier, more enjoyable relationship with exercise.
You don’t have to love your body to feel good about yourself. Body acceptance is better for a lot of people–here’s how to learn it.
Practice these 5 things to develop more body positivity.
You can still do intuitive eating even if you don’t feel typical hunger cues! Here are some tips on how to eat intuitively even if you don’t feel hunger.
Tips for developing a healthy relationship with exercise (i.e. intuitive movement) after eating disorder recovery.
Is it a good idea to exercise while trying to recover from an eating disorder? Here are some things to consider!