Eating disorder recovery often feels like the tide. It comes and goes, you take one step forward and it feels like you take three steps back. The recovery journey is certainly not linear – and that’s okay, too. Relapse in ED recovery (both big and small ones) seem to be […]
I’m sure we all know at least one person who is very picky about food, I know people who don’t like fruit, garlic, whole grains, nuts and seeds, etc. For example, we often see in young children that they tend to be “picky” when it comes to food choices. That’s […]
What you perceive as reality, the way you perceive your body, others, and your environment is not reality at all. It is now neuroscientifically proven that you and I always dream. Not only at night – also right now at this moment. You may be awake, but you only see […]
Eating disorders are not just about weight, beauty and health. Sure – these things may play contribute to the development and preservation of the disorder. But another huge factor, that should not be underrated is the illusion of control.
High protein in ed recovery? Is that really necessary? How much protein is actually enough and what may be the benefits of prioritizing protein? Let´s dig into it.
This annoying eating disorder voice is loud today? Read this six reminder for when the eating disorder is loud. I hope it helps!
Let´s talk about how anorexia impacts cognitive functions and why this knowledge can help you to accept weight gain.
Anorexia is characterized by a complex picture of symptoms. And one of the most frequently observed symptoms is hyperactivity in the form of physical activity. In fact, hyperactivity can be seen in about half of all anorexic patients. This may actually sound familiar to you: In the phase when I […]