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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EATING IN EATING DISORDER RECOVERY GUIDE
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.