Weight Inclusive

I wrote these posts once I discovered the body acceptance community and started campaigning against weight stigma

A Lesson in Health

It’s time for a lesson in health. I’m going back to school, and I’m inviting you to come with me. Don’t worry, this is going to be way more fun than regular school. Definitely more fun than home school (she says as she shudders violently). It all started after I spoke to a journalist the …

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Five Myths About Weight Loss

Today I am on a mission to address some of the top myths perpetuated by the diet and weight loss industry. If you are anything like me, you are constantly being bombarded by advertisements for weight loss products right now. I mean, makes sense considering its the first two weeks of January, and that’s prime …

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New Year, New You?

It’s the start of a brand new year, and along with it comes all those so-called ‘healthy’ new years resolutions and weight loss fads. But I have decided to go in a different direction. In fact, I am actively discouraging people from making weight loss their goal for 2021. And here’s why. Health versus weight …

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Disordered eating

So far this week I have managed to munch my way through the following: Two large bags of crisps (Mature Cheddar and Onion because when it comes to potato chips, the stinkier the better in my opinion). Several slices of my sister’s homemade spiced apple cake (managed to get through those in under a day) …

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Why diets don’t work

Over the last few weeks I have started to realise that diets don’t work. For starters, I have been reading a book by Traci Mann (PhD).  It’s called Secrets from the Eating Lab, and this book has changed my life.  Why?  Because Traci explains in great detail three fundamental truths that nobody really wants us …

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