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Create a Positive Online Environment to Help People Recovering from Eating Disorders

What would our online world look like if users centered people experiencing an eating disorder and striving to live in recovery?…

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Appetite Suppression Products Encourage Disordered Eating

Appetite suppression products have become more mainstream in the last five years as Instagram influencers—and by extension, the brands they promote—have…

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Eating Disorders Parenting Advice: Advice for Parents Whose Child is Battling an Eating Disorder

Parenting is a hard job. When you add in the work, time, patience, and care that it takes to support someone…

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Fueling and Nourishing Tips by Julia Cassidy MS, RD, CEDRDS 

As we are all navigating our way through the COVID 19 pandemic, I can only imagine the amount of fear and…

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TLC’s Hot and Heavy Gets it Wrong

TLC’s “Hot and Heavy” aims to take an honest look at “mixed weight” relationships. Do they get it right? The answer…

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Fat-shaming hurts everyone.
Come as You Are: Hindsight is 2020

This year’s #NEDAWARENESS theme is Come as You Are: Hindsight is 2020 has got me thinking a lot about what I/We…

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Fostering a Positive Relationship with Food for Your Children

Parents have the responsibility and privilege to intentionally make their homes a refuge from diet culture. Abandoning food rules helps foster…

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The Rebellious History of the Fat Acceptance Movement

Where did the fat acceptance movement start? Who started it? And how is it related to body positivity, Health at Every…

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What Jillian Michaels’ Comments Are Really About

Trigger warning for discussion of “Obesity,” fat shaming, fatphobia What Jillian Michaels’ comments get wrong about body positivity, political correctness, and “glamorizing…

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New Year’s Resolutions and Eating Disorder Recovery 

Ahh, New Year’s resolutions. Approximately 40% of Americans make them, but how effective is the annual New Year, New You ritual in…

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