November 30, 2021
If a global pandemic has taught us anything, it's that if you need to spend an extended period of time alone, you may as well like yourself. For many of us, the Holidays are a time of indulgence followed by the New Year's Resolution penance. This year, instead of losing weight off your body, why don't you shed the weight of other people's opinions and unrealistic beauty standards?
If you're looking to give the gift of food freedom to someone (or yourself) this year, why not start with a book? Here are ten of my favourites broken down by the personalities that may be best suited to read them.
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August 22, 2022
Did you know that the desire to be thinner in girls can start as early as age 6? In fact, 50% of girls and 30% of boys aged 6-8 are already aware of their body size and want to be thinner than they are. Why is this an issue? Research shows that body-positive kids who assume they are healthy (regardless of what anyone else thinks about their health or weight) are more likely to have a healthy relationship with food and their body, more likely to be healthier overall, and less likely to engage in risky dieting behaviours like purging or restricting.
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