Schools and workplaces are repeatedly being encouraged to increase opportunities for exercise and movement throughout the day. But what is often forgotten is that these initiatives aren’t suitable for everyone. It’s important to bear in mind that the benefits of exercise are not guaranteed, they are conditional. Every person is unique, so could we be doing more harm than good? Are we setting people up for more challenges and unhealthy relationships with their body?
(Image Source) Eve Simmons and Laura Dennison, the duo behind the website Not Plant Based have released their first book “How to Feel the Fear and Eat it Anyway” – a guide to help you rid your anxieties around food. Anyone who has ever felt the need to restrict their food or go on a diet would benefit … Read more
Easter, with its focus on family, food and disruption of everyday routine, albeit just for a few days, can be a particularly stressful time of the year if you are suffering from an eating disorder, anxiety or depression. Unfortunately this year brings with it additional angst and uncertainty. As we are all being encouraged to … Read more