Happy Monday from the team at BALANCE! We are excited to share this weeks Weekly Roundup with you.
Below are some of our favorite articles, blog posts and news stories on topics including eating disorders, mental health and body positivity from the past week. Did you get a chance to read last weeks recap? See it here.
We hope you enjoy reading the posts below as much as we did.
Recap: Scott Bay writes on why active guys may be at risk for developing orthorexic behaviors around food and how to recognize these symptoms.
By: Scott Bay
Follow Scott on: Twitter
Recap: Laura, co-founder of Not Plant Based, shares tips on how to navigate shopping for new clothes in eating disorder recovery.
By: Laura Dennison
Follow Laura on: Twitter
Recap: Our friend Jennifer Kreatsoulas shares ways yoga practice can help those improve body image and has transformed her own relationship with her body.
By: Jennifer Kreatsoulas
Recap: Corrie Van Horne of Omni Counseling in Denver wrote a great blog on why we cannot judge our own or someone elses health based on shape or size.
By: Corrie Van Horne, LPCC, RD
Recap: Writer Dana Schwartz shares her experience of struggling with eating disorders and the shame she felt battling binge eating disorder versus the time she overcame anorexia. An important piece that highlights the stigmatization around binge eating.
By: Dana Schwartz
Recap: EDCare, that provides treatment for eating disorders, shares the risks of eating disorders in athletes and how to best help an athlete that may be struggling.
By: ED Care via Angie Viets Blog
ED Care’s Website: eatingdisorder.care
Angies Website: angieviets.com
Recap: Social media can impact the way we think and feel about ourselves on a daily basis, the Anti-Diet Revolution offers some advice on how to make your social media a source of body positivity and inspiration.
By: Dr. Jenna Daku DPsych, BA, BACP and Rachel Clare RDN of The Anti-Diet Revolution
Follow The Anti-Diet Revolution on: Instagram
Jenna’s Website: freedomtobetherapy.com
Rachel’s Website: rachelclare.london
Anti-Diet Revolution Website: antidietrevolution.org