Archives for June, 2010

Self-Acceptance & Disordered Eating: Q&A with Medicinal Marzipan, Part 2

Here is part two of my interview with Mara, who writes one of my favorite blogs, Medicinal Marzipan. It's a blog about body image, healthy living and learning to love our bodies. Mara is always honest and insightful, and I'm so grateful to share her wise and inspiring words with readers.

Below, Mara talks about the hardest parts of overcoming disordered eating, the anger that once consumed her, refusing to wish for something she doesn't have and so much more.

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Body Image

Compulsive Overeating: Q&A with Mara of Medicinal Marzipan

I'm super thrilled to feature a three-part interview series with Mara from the powerful blog Medicinal Marzipan, which has become a fast favorite. I'm so thankful to Mara for sharing her struggles, triumphs and wisdom with Weightless readers. She's truly an inspiration!

Here's an excerpt from a recent guest post she did about blogging and growing:
Mistakes are endearing. Mistakes are honest. Within my own life, and my blog, I value honesty above...
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Disordered Eating

Evelyn Tribole on Adding Intuitive Eating Into Your Life


Here's part two of my interview with Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, award-winning dietitian and co-author of the must-read Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program That Works.
Again, I'm a huge fan of Evelyn and her pioneering work. I think we're in desperate need of positive professionals who teach us how to have a health relationship with food, instead of furthering the idea that food is the enemy, that there are...
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Intuitive Eating: Q&A with Dietitian Evelyn Tribole

Today, I'm really excited to feature my interview with Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, award-winning dietitian and co-author of Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program That Works. I absolutely love this book and think it's a must-read for everyone.

Nowadays, I think we've really gotten away from true healthy eating, and moved to being obsessed with food, fearing food or seeing it as a necessary evil. We've equated dieting with healthy eating, even though it's ineffective and causes us to develop an unhealthy relationship with...
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