Concerns that ditching diet culture will lead to you going in the complete opposite direction is very common. Here are some tips to navigate this fork in the road.
It is incredibly common for people with IBS (and an eating disorder) to disregard their poor/disordered eating habits and restrict their eating variety even more to improve their symptoms.
Understanding that certain thought patterns are not helpful is very different from actively applying and creating new thought patterns and behaviours around healthy eating concepts. Here’s how to break old thought patterns for good.
If you find yourself criticising your appearance, or you’re concerned about someone else, here are some strategies to improve body image.
Eating behaviour exists on a spectrum: at one end is a healthy and intuitive relationship with food and your body; at the other end are clinical eating disorders. So when does disordered eating become an eating disorder? To explain what is disordered in terms of eating, it is helpful to look at the other end […]
Most people who are interested in intuitive eating hold some desire to lose weight. But is it possible to do both? Intuitive eating is all about listening to your hunger and fullness signals. It is respecting them, tuning into them and actioning them. Dieting does the opposite. If your weight has been artificially lowered (through […]
Familiarity is comforting. Even if it’s uncomfortable familiarity. Comfort is safety. Safety is certainty. Certainty is an elusion.
Diet culture is a system of beliefs perpetuated by people, companies and organisations that profit off of consumer’s dissatisfaction with their bodies. Let’s ditch it, once and for all.
The benefits of journalling are endless. Here are some prompts to get your started. I promise you won’t regret it.