If you’re craving donuts, chances are, you should eat the donuts because you actually want them.
Ever kept yourself from sharing something that has been on your mind because you felt you had no excuse to feel the way you did?
Determining healthy weight is a complicated issue and there are three distinct drawbacks to using BMI as a measurement of health.
Exploring this relationship and how it has affected you, can provide empowering knowledge in your recovery.
While diet culture is dangerous for EVERYONE in society, it is especially dangerous for individuals who are recovering from eating disorders. Here are three ways to shoot down those destructive summer diet conversations:
Do you recognize the signs?
If you’re struggling with food or if you are in recovery, nutrition labels seem to only offer a multitude of reasons why you shouldn’t eat that food (and that’s NOT ok)!
If you’re new to recovery, you may be having trouble finding a job that’s both a good fit for your recovered self and your financial needs.
When athletes try extreme measures to get their bodies into great physical appearance, there are some truly scary side effects.
What pastors need to know is that statistically, around 8% of their congregation currently has or has had an eating disorder—not to mention far more than that 8% who struggle with disordered eating.