These two tests reveal so much more than basic blood work — and they’re changing the way we think about eating disorder treatment.
What happens when a group of creative, strong high school students write essays and poetry about the experience of recovery, healing, and learning to love their bodies? These amazing, shareable quotes.
Jill Catherine thought that attending a lecture would provide her with the answers. What she learned was that she had to forge her own path to recovery.
How would you move and feed your body if you allowed yourself to use intuition in making those daily choices?
As I embraced my body’s natural weight and shape, I began to tap into my intuition, and feel more in tune with nature. All of this helped me to feel not just at ease in my skin, but capable and proud, too.
For many, running in a sports bra can be intimidating and nerve wracking, but when our local community is involved, we are reminded that we are not alone. Other people are nervous too. Other people are healing their relationships with their bodies. The sports bra squad is just one way we can support and love one another and ourselves.
One of the most powerful parts of recovery was learning how my body actually likes to move, what feels good, and what energizes and nourishes me.
A new federal law will soon require chain restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops, gas stations, and even movie theatres to post calorie counts in prominent positions. The lawmakers claim that the reason for this new legislation, which took effect the last week of May, is to help Americans eat “healthier” and “make better food choices.” I’m putting these two concepts in quotations because I’m just not buying what they’re selling. This law is unnecessary at best and damaging at worst. Here’s why.