I’m one of those crunchy folks. I believe in making food go further, caring for earths creatures, and recycling is my middle name. I also live in a tree house (just kidding. Sustainable was the word I was looking for).
Has an eating disorder taken over everything you love in your life? Let’s explore what it means to live with and recover from an eating disorder. From breaking the binge restrict cycle, exploring food chaining examples, and conquering fear foods, i’ll share techniques for working through it all!
Food chaining is dietary therapy which capitalizes on a child's current food likes to expand food preferences and increase total food intake.
Dining with an eating disorder at the table can be very difficult. This is true for both those experiencing an eating disorder, and their caregivers. Having an appropriate meal support strategy for those struggling with eating disorders is critical.
Fear foods, also known as trigger foods, are those which cause someone extreme fear, anxiety, grief or anger.