Do I Need To Count My Calories?

My answer to the above question is quite simple: No, you don’t need to do anything. But if you want to have a greater understanding of nutrition and weight loss/gain, counting calories will help you get there.

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Three Steps to Overcoming Disordered Thoughts – Part 3

So far we have covered aspects of Disordered Eating and Disordered Body Image. But what can you do if you have those thoughts, feelings, or actions?  

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Disordered Body Image – Part 2

*Note: If you haven’t read Part 1, you can do so here.

Let me tell you a story.

I walk into a ballet class filled with normal, healthy-sized individuals.

As a person who is obsessed with being skinny, a voice in my head says, “Congratulations! You are the thinnest person in this class! You can feel confident and proud of your achievement!”

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Disordered Eating – Part 1

Almost every person I have talked to has experienced some form of disordered eating. Women, men, young, old, skinny, fat, muscular, or flabby. We all experience it to a degree. My personal experience with disordered eating came in the form of  anorexia, including spending time in a hospital and many years working with a dietitian and therapist. Not everyone gets to this point, but you can still experience the behaviors and they can still affect your life.

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