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Quasi Recovery is a state where many of my clients are stuck. It's a place where one is not in a clinically high-risk state of their eating disorder, but are still engaging in unhealthy behaviors and have not fully nutritionally rehabilitated their body nor neurally rewired the ed brain. In this state many are not actively restricting or trying to lose weight, they may have even gained some weight, are more relaxed around food, and in general, are doing way better but don’t let this state allure you into thinking you can stop here and that this palace is “good enough”. Quasi recovery is very dangerous as it gives the perception of health and healing to one who is still struggling. Now while

Health Food Junkie || The Negative Consequence of "Clean Eating"

If you were living in ancient China you might have run into the Grain-Free Monks. These monks went around proclaiming that their diet, which consisted of abstaining from 5 specific grains, would lead to miraculous cures. According to Alan Levinovitz, author of “The Gluten Lie” these monks were promising their followers that if followed properly their diet would lead to, “perfect health, eternal youth, immortality, the ability to fly and teleport”(1). Alan continues to say, “Despite basic logic and evidence to the contrary, the philosophy of the grain-free monks gained popularity.” Fast forward to our modern age, open up Instagram and what do you see? Dietary “gurus” all shouting from the roo

 Hey Babe, 

wish I had a "big sister" during my ED Recovery-- Some one who has had many of the same thoughts, feelings,+ fears as I, Someone would would support me in what I needed to do next to achieve full recovery. 

Recovery is HARD + there are so many aspects of it that I was not prepared for which is why I now coach women through this process. If you are struggling then reach out, I'm here to help :)


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