Diet culture often makes us feel that everything we eat should be for a “fitness” or “wellness” goal. But there are SO many other reasons to enjoy food…
Food = good. Emotions = good. Emotional eating can be a beautiful act of self care.
Because food is about so much more than calories, energy, and macronutrients.
There are so many misconceptions about binge eating disorder. Let’s talk some truth.
Restricting your food intake affects your weight, your wellness, and your mood — but not necessarily in the ways you’d expect.
Food fear is often disguised as a diet. Once you know that, it doesn’t have to rule your life. Here are 3 ways to banish food fear from mealtime.
Fatphobia, accepting your natural weight, and honoring all bodies: These are just a few of the topics on Isabel Foxen Duke’s mind lately.
Jill Catherine thought that attending a lecture would provide her with the answers. What she learned was that she had to forge her own path to recovery.