It can be hard to think about giving up your scale, but here are some things to consider about how weighing affects your brain.
Diet culture has made disordered eating seem so normal, you might not realize you have an eating disorder. Explore if you might actually have a problem that’s interfering with your life.
If your expectations of eating disorder recovery aren’t realistic, you might end up feeling frustrated or discouraged. Here’s how to examine and replace unhelpful recovery “shoulds.”
Eating healthy seems like a good thing, but it can became a problem for people’s mental and even physical health. Learn about orthorexia nervosa.
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!
Find if your relationship with exercise is healthy. Toxic fitness is a newer cultural phenomena that is obsessed with exercise and being fit. Know the signs to look for, because it’s dangerous for our physical and emotional health.
Sometimes we get stuck in partial eating disorder recovery, or quasi-recovery, and wonder if that’s the best we can do. Check out this info on quasi-recovery and tips for pushing through to full recovery!
Is body mass index (BMI) accurate and is it useful in determining our body fat? Does BMI really matter for our health? In this video and article, I answer those questions. You might be surprised be the answers!