Can You Go Vegan in Eating Disorder Recovery?

I am more than five years into eating disorder recovery – so you can imagine how scary it was when I thought to myself the other day, “Maybe I’ll just go vegan again.” To provide some background, I have been eating on the low FODMAP diet for IBS for the past several months. I’ve discovered…

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What to Pack if Travel Makes You Anxious

When I was a little girl, I thought having a purse was the height of womanly sophistication – so much so, in fact, that I became obsessed with “What’s in my Purse” videos and listicles. Every woman I knew seemed to be prepared for anything with what was inside her purse, so I thought putting…

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Self-Help Books to Kick Start Your New Year’s Resolutions

Admittedly, my goal of writing more blog posts in 2019 has not been going so well. Why, you ask? Ironically, the answer has to do with the subject of today’s post! In all honesty, I’ve been reading. Like, a lot. In fact, I’ve made it my goal to read 100 books in 2019 – and I have to…

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Gut Health Update + My Favorite Products for Gastrointestinal Flareups!

Disclaimer: This post is my personal experience and is NOT intended as medical advice in any way. I am not a doctor, so please consult with a medical professional if you have any concerns about your overall health and take what I say with a grain of salt! When I started this blog, this was…

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The Surprising Connection Between Digestion and Mental Health

IBS is almost as common as anxiety – making it unsurprising that the two conditions are linked. Could rebalancing your gut be the answer to your mental health challenges? Read on to find out.

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Why The “Perfect Weight” Doesn’t Exist: Set Point Theory and the Number on the Scale

Your set-point weight explains why diets are doomed to fail, and why no matter what you eat, your body returns to its default state. Instead of fighting your set-point weight, here’s why you should embrace the fluctuating number on the scale and accept your healthiest weight as a wide range.

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Eating Right for E.D. Recovery: A Crash Course in Intuitive Eating

Eating disorder recovery presents many challenges to patients struggling with anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorder and orthorexia. Here’s one method of learning to eat normally again – it’s called intuitive eating, and it will teach you to eat only when you’re hungry and stop when you’re full.

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