Posts in the ‘Nutrition’ Category

Normal Eating, it Exists!

Back when I first realised I had a problem, my goal was to lose weight. My approach to my recovery was, in many ways, part of the problem, as it had a lot to do with my shape and my size and how I felt about it. But part of the problem was also this

Bad Food, Death & Taxes!

I’ve written quite a few posts about eating disorders in the past few weeks, mostly Binge Eating Disorder, and I’ve touched on subjects such as the stigma of being fat, some of the feelings that trigger binges or disordered behaviors as well as social media and BMI. As I was browsing through all that content,

Does my autistic child have an eating disorder?

Do you have a child or family member on the autistic spectrum who struggles with eating challenges? Are you concerned they may have an ‘eating disorder’? I often get contacted for advice by parents who are concerned about their children suffering the physical effects of food avoidance and food anxieties (often sensory based), so here

15 “Health Foods” That Are Really Junk Foods in Disguise

Here are the 15 “healthy foods” that are really junk food in disguise. 1. Processed “Low-Fat” and “Fat-Free” Foods The “war” on saturated fat is the biggest mistake in the history of nutrition. It was based on weak evidence, which has now been completely debunked. When this started, processed food manufacturers jumped on the bandwagon


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