Food and body talk at holiday gatherings can be triggering and hurtful. Here are some ways to respond to inappropriate comments from family or friends.
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.
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.
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!
By now, you’ve probably seen an ad for Noom because they seem to be everywhere. They’re intriguing to many because they claim to be different than other weight-loss programs, largely in part due to having “psychology” element and also for not involving dieting. When I saw they were offering a free trial, I decided to…
Intuitive eating is sometimes misunderstood, so let’s correct some of the common myths regarding intuitive eating.
Sometimes eating disorder recovery doesn’t feel worth all the hard work it takes. Here are some ideas of things to do when you feel discouraged in recovery.
Conventional wisdom says that being in a higher weight category is bad for our health. But is it true? Let’s look at what the research says.
I used to be mad at myself for not being good enough. Then I realized our culture’s definition of beauty is narrow and oppressive to women, and I turned that anger to where it should be placed.
Dieting is not a harmless endeavor. It impacts our physical and mental health in many ways that we’re not typically aware of. Here are just some of the harmful side effects of dieting.