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Eating disorder recovery requires specialist support.

However, the foundations of nutrition and eating in eating disorder recovery is something that fits nicely into a guide. So that's what we did.

Our "eating for eating disorder recovery guide" is a 20-page guide filled with information about nutrition, portioning, plating, and meal/snack ideas.


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Our guide to eating in eating disorder recovery

This guide is for you if:

  • You are in a place in eating disorder recovery where reading about nutrition would be helpful.

  • You would like meal and snack ideas, information about portion sizes, and our method to plating foods.

  • You have/have had 1:1 support for your eating disorder or disordered eating and would like to ensure nutrition adequacy.

  • You identify as having disordered eating, or would like to develop a healthier relationship to food.


Nutrition and eating are one piece of the puzzle. As a team of nutritionists and dietitians, you might think we spend lots of time educating and talking about nutrition. In fact, it makes up a small part of our work. That's why this guide cannot replace individualised support from us.

We don't recommend this guide if:

  • You're in need of 1:1 support for your eating disorder.

  • If you are in need of the mental side of recovery, and you don't have support from a nutrition counsellor or therapist.

  • You need to restore weight. This is not a weight-restoration guide. Weight restoration requires individualised care, including with an eating disorders dietitian or nutritionist.

  • Reading about nutrition would not be helpful. Or if it would be harmful for your recovery.

  • You already know everything about nutrition - this isn't an education course on nutrition. This guide is a comprehensive overview of everything we feel you should know about nutrition in recovery.

In need of 1:1 support in eating disorder recovery?

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