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5 Ways To Be Kind To Yourself During Eating Disorder Recovery

How to be kind to yourself during eating disorder recovery is one of the most crucial things to learn and practice. How is your relationship with yourself can either help you to recover or it can even stop you from recovering. Sometimes nothing really is keeping us from recovering more than our own attitude and thoughts. “You are …

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Intuitive Eating Instead of MinnieMaud For Eating Disorder Recovery

In my recovery I used both the MinnieMaud calorie guidelines and intuitive eating to achieve full recovery from my eating disorders (bulimia and orthorexia). I will say they both have their positive and negative aspects for recovery and different things work for different people. I have prevously talked about the MinnieMaud calorie guidelines for the …

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Why Calories In = Calories Out Theory FAILS! Eating Disorder Recovery Explained

If you have been through yo-yo dieting, crash dieting or even eating disorders you may realise that you need to let go of restriction, eat more calories, exercise less (or even stop completely), and rest more to fully recover and come out of the burned-out state. This, however, may freak you out a little, understandably. …

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How To Eat Healthy But Not Feel Restricted? [Interview]

Today’s post will be full of inspiration, encouragement, and proof that recovery works and is 100% worth it! The following interview is with Alena, one of the authors behind the successful plant-based website Nutriciously.com. Her story illustrates so beautifully how our body, hunger cues and cravings finally balance out once we learn to trust our …

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Interview With Kathryn Hansen the Author of Brain Over Binge

For me, the major shift towards recovery came when I realized that my urges to binge were not simply an emotional problem or me trying to fill a “void” in my life by stuffing my face with food. The binges weren’t a coping mechanism or a response to some “unresolved emotional issues” I needed to fix. …

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