Eating Disorders

No, you don't need to "earn" or "burn" your food. Here's why this mentality is more damaging than you realise.
People are not convinced by Professor Roy Taylor's latest diabetes strategy.
From cucumbers dipped in stevia to 'keto' popcorn, these "recipes" are proof that you shouldn't rely on TikTok for diet advice.
The tragic death of Nikki Grahame highlights how many others are silently suffering.
Back in March I was firmly stuck in a relapse of anorexia. Though my body still hasn’t completely recovered on the inside, this is how it feels to leave lockdown at a healthy weight.
The Harry Potter actor talks about eating disorder recovery, JK Rowling controversy and never escaping Luna Lovegood.
I’ve never tasted avocado or chicken wings or pickles or yogurt or coffee. In fact, the list of foods I’ve never eaten is far, far longer than the list of those I have.
Working out shouldn't be about calories or kilos. It's time to separate fitness and food.
Even friends I feel should know better are sharing 'fat beach body' memes, counting calories or joking about 'binging' on quarantine snacks.
Experts agree earlier intervention can make all the difference – here's how to start the conversation.
This effective eating plan is a happier, healthier approach to food.
Serve dinner as a buffet and shift the focus with a game, says the new NHS advice.
A study suggests labels stating 'pizza takes a 45-minute run to burn off' could make the nation healthier – experts tell HuffPost UK why this is problematic.
I’m free, and that’s worth so much more than being thin ever was.
The presenter spoke candidly on a new podcast, revealing the eating disorder "sort of ruled everything" in her early 20s.
"Young people who have been criticised about the way they look, or those who have experienced trauma or anxiety, may be more at risk."
"People love the way I look in that series, but I was very ill," the actor writes in his new autobiography.
“It takes up all your free time – anorexia is your only friend and the only thing you will trust."
The dinner plates featured portion control circles marked “mom jeans”, “favorite jeans” and “skinny jeans”.