The Minnesota Semi-Starvation Experiment: What It Teaches Us About Eating Disorders
The Minnesota Semi-Starvation Experiment helped shed light on the effects of food-deprivation on the body. Here’s what it teaches us about eating disorders.
Diet Culture & Body Image: Fighting Back Against Society’s Influence (Even at Home)
Diet culture is found everywhere from the news to social media to conversations in the home. Here’s how to reduce its impact on your own body image.
Social Media and World Mental Health Day: 5 Tips for Finding Balance and Being Real
Excessive social media use can have a negative effect on mental health concerns like depression, anxiety and eating disorders. Here’s how to find balance.
Relationships & Eating Disorder Recovery: 10 Tips for Fostering Connection
How can fostering connection help those struggling with an eating disorder? Here are ten tips to help you better support your loved one.
IOP Treatment for Eating Disorders: Everything You Need to Know
Intensive Outpatient Programs are designed for those who need more than standard outpatient therapy but not the full residential experience. Here’s what you need to know.
Food Insecurity & Eating Disorders: How Hunger & Food Environment Impact Eating
Reliable access to food, in terms of both quantity and quality, can have a dramatic effect on eating behaviors and disorders. Here’s how they’re connected.
What is Orthorexia Nervosa? Warning Signs, Causes & Treatment
Orthorexia Nervosa is characterized by an obsession with eating only healthy food. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
Eating Disorder Recovery: 6 Things to Prioritize Post-Treatment
The post-treatment phase of eating disorder recovery can be jarring and uncomfortable, especially at first. Here’s what to focus on.
What to Do When Someone is Recovering from an Eating Disorder
This post reviews tips that families, peers, teachers, and community leaders can utilize to help make the eating disorder recovery process more comfortable for everyone involved.
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