Many people talk about having a binge but binge eating disorder (BED) is something that us not well-known about. Almost the black sheep of the eating disorder tribe. Struggling with this disorder can be debilitating, embarrassing and very hard to manage socially, hence I wanted to highlight it on Eating Disorders Awareness Week. First what […]
dietitian eating disorders
In a completely perfect world we would eat when hungry, stop when full and eat the foods our body tells us to eat. However few of us are that tuned into our bodies signals. We are bombarded with outside signals for example the media, advertising, other people, shops, restaurants – food is all around us.
This week I spoke to a new client. A lady who has previously had an eating disorder and now has recovered to a healthy weight but has some left over eating traits and food beliefs. She was very relieved and refreshed to hear my viewpoint of: “All foods can be included in your diet, there
Working in eating disorders as a dietitian is the very hardest part of my job. As a freelancer I cover a huge variety of roles. In my other world as a Pilates teacher and studio owner I have an altogether more energetic and flowing role. Yet it is working with eating disorder clients that uses
Where should my weight goal be? Why does my body keep on gaining when I want it to stop? Why have I reached a plateau? If you were perfectly in tune with our bodies you would be able to eat when hungry, stop when full, even decide what to eat whilst thinking about the signals