Articles

There is such a wealth of good content out in the weight-inclusive, non-diet world these days. We will continuously be updating this page to include evidence based, informative, and insightful articles and blog posts. If you have an article that you’d like to suggest we add, just send it in an email via our contact page.

Intuitive Eating Research Update by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, co-author of Intuitive Eating, 3rd Ed.

Doctor’s Office Survival Kit by Ragen Chastain of Dances With Fat

Marci Evans’ 3 part Orthorexia Nervosa training; Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

List of retailers and online stores offering active wear in larger sizes.

The Neuroscience of Compassion by Azriel ReShel

The Sadness of Saying Enough, by Elyse Resch, MS, RDN,  CEDRD, co-author of Intuitive Eating

The #1 Medical Complication of Binge Eating Disorder: Poor General Medical and Surgical Care Arising from Weight Stigma by Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani

The History of the Health at Every Size® Movement

Warning: Looking and Lamenting may be Lethal by Sandra Wartski, PsyD, CEDS

Making the Most of Your Whole Self: Being and Embodied Therapist by Susan Kleinman, MA, ADTR, NCC, CEDS

The Workplace Problem that No One is Talking About by M. Mertens

Emotion Checklists: Identifying Your Feelings, Pleasant and Not by Athena Staik, PhD

Not a Fan of Fat Shaming? Stop Thin Praising.

5 Ways Parents of Preschoolers Can Raise a Body-Positive Kid

Obesity and Join Replacement. Part 1: Are BMI Restrictions Ethical?

Review of Netflix “To The Bone” movie

The Colonization of Women’s Bodies

Fat People and Chairs – A Hate Story

Do No Harm: Moving Beyond Weight Loss

Books that Teach Body Positivity to Your Kids

Reduce Body Checking with Two Easy Steps by Liliana Almeida, MA

Hope is Essential When Working with People Who Have “Chronic” Eating Disorders by John Levitt, PhD

What is the Satisfaction Factor and Why Does it Matter so Much? By Kelsey Miller

Fat Bias Starts Early and Takes a Serious Toll by Jane E. Brody

What Is Weight-Neutral Workplace Wellness and Why Should we Consider it? by Rebecca Johnson

So Lonely I Could Die

Why You Gain Belly Fat After Menopause (And Why it’s OK) by Jessi Haggerty

My child says they want to be “more healthy” – should I be pleased, or alarmed? by Fiona Sutherland

Why Judging People for Buying Unhealthy Food Is Classist by Wiley Reading

An Alternative to a Proposed Guideline Suggesting Weight Loss for Kids by Rebecca Scritchfield

Sugar addiction: the state of the science by Westwater et al.

The Truth About That New “Fat But Fit” Study by Christy Harrison

Emotional Eating and the Sweet Spot of Discomfort by Vania Phitidis

Where to Buy Plus-Size Activewear by Nora Whelan

The Neuroscience of Compassion by Azriel ReShel

Filters for Your Mind: Better Than the Ones Found on Instagram by Connie Sobczak

The Trouble With Food Policing in Schools by Leslie Schilling

What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone by Heather Plett

Working to Disarm Women’s Anti-Aging Demon by Ashton Applewhite

The Difference Between IOP and PHP Eating Disorder Programs by Libby Lyons

When illness severity and research dollars do not align: are we overlooking eating disorders? by Murray et al.

The Unmeasureables of an Eating Disorder by Jennifer L. Gaudiani

Sleep Scientist Warns Against Walking Through Life ‘In An Underslept State’ by Terry Gross

Coming to Terms with my Daughter’s Genetically Programmed Body Size by Julie O’Toole

Dear Doctor: Your patient has an eating disorder by Gwyneth Olwyn

3 Myths about “Intuitive Eating” by Isabel Foxen Duke

Existing as a Trans Person with an Eating Disorder by Luke Knudsen

“No Fatties”: When Health Care Hurts by Carey Purcell

We need to put an end to fatphobia in woke places by Melissa Toler

‘Biggest Loser’ Contestants Must Brutally Overexercise to Keep Off the Weight, Study Says by Holly Van Hare

Relax, You Don’t Need to ‘Eat Clean’ by Aaron E. Carroll

Diabetes And Eating Disorders: It’s About Time People Started Listening by Claire Kearns

The Indestructible Myth of the Sugar High

Confronting And Crushing Weight-Gain Anxiety by Briana Hernandez

Wellness Programs and Eating Disorders: A Potentially Lethal Combination by Al Lewis

5 Ways People with Thin Privilege Can Fight Body Terrorism by Julie Feng

Eating disorder treatments need to consider social, cultural implications of the illness

Even after treatment, brains of anorexia nervosa patients not fully recovered by DeGuzman et al.

Ways to Move Forward Together by Hilary Kinavey

Poor body image makes girls less assertive and risks health, study finds by Haroon Siddique

Expert resources for parents and mentors to help raise young people’s self-esteem

Guidelines on Pediatric Obesity and Stigma

The importance of recognizing Anorexia in people in larger bodies by Tabitha Farrar with Dr. Rachel Millner

Not a fan of fat shaming? Stop thin praising. by Afshan Jafar

Obesity and Joint Replacement, Part 1: Are BMI Restrictions Ethical? by Pamela Vireday

To the Bone: creating eating disorder awareness of doing harm? by Joanna Doley and Susan J. Paxton

the HAES® files: History of the Health At Every Size® Movement, Part I by Barbara Altman Bruno

Fat Shaming in the Doctor’s Office Can Be Mentally and Physically Harmful by Audrey Hamilton

13 easy ways to help yourself actually live body positivity by Arielle Tschinkel

Books That Teach Body Positivity To Your Kids by Isabelle Khoo

The Fantasy of Being Thin by Kate Harding

Negative Body Image and ‘The Red Car Syndrome’ by Jennifer Rollin

Plus-sized? I understand why you want to lose weight, but… by Meredith Noble

Losing It in the Anti-Dieting Age by Taffy Brodesser-Akner

The #1 Medical Complication of Binge Eating Disorder: Poor General Medical and Surgical Care arising from Weight Stigma by Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani

My sister’s cancer might have been diagnosed sooner — if doctors could have seen beyond her weight by Laura Fraser

Your Healthy Lifestyle Won’t Necessarily Make You Healthier by Sandro Galea

A Screening Tool for Binge Eating Disorder

Warning: Looking and Lamenting May Be Lethal by Sandra Wartski