[Ebook / KINDLE] ( BrainwashED: Diet–Induced Eating Disorders. How You Got Sucked In and How To Recover)
Elisa helped me much during my recovery journey through her book and YouTube channel This book is written uite informal which I m not too een on but the principles are good if you want to go all in and are committed to recover A thousand ThankyousAfter 35 years of suffering in the ED prison you have handed me the A thousand ThankyousAfter 35 years of suffering in the ED prison you have handed me the for my release All other help has been amazing but not uite hit the mark for myself like yours has This book along with your YouTube videos have given me the vital information that has been missing all these years I m so grateful to you Elisa I ve read a lot of ED recovery books they all focus on the emotional issues behind the disorder This is the first one to focus on how the physical side may be even important and it s the only one that s made any difference in my behaviors I definitely recommend this book to anyone who s feeling stuck in partial recovery this could be the hurdle you need to get all the way out Loved the book It s constructed smartly very easy reading So much research done wow Felt as if author was actually talking to ME and asking uestions FROM ME and giving examples TO MEI was answering to all the uestions honestly I was nodding most of the time while reading So this means I have some problems too Great references Life like examples encouragement to consult with doctors and most of all encouragment to look at Your own body Really enjoyed the book As someone who s been suffering with an ED for several years I ve been searching out books to help re adjust my thinking This book highlights the pressure that our society places on certain body types which is utterly damagingGreat to read with Brain Over Binge I don t often get round to writing reviews but BrainwashED is worth it As someone who is going through self recovery from an eating disorder I found Elisa on YouTube I was searching for help and answers and she provided it Not only giving me the reassurance that what I was going through was normal but also reminding me of the importance to listen to what our bodies are trying to tell us Her book takes this further with Do you feel out of control with food and eating Stuck in your own body Bingeing overeating eating emotionally Gaining weight and unable to maintain a healthy weight Obsessing about foods 247 We have been made to believe all sorts of lies about our bodies eating and how to sustain a healthy weight We’ve been told that our body doesn’t now how to maintain a healthy weight without calorie counting or exercise We’ve been told that losing weight is as simple as eating less and burning We’ve been told that we have to restrict certain foods or we will become addicted and eat until we are sick and overweight We’ve even been told that we overeat either because we are emotional eaters or because we need to fill a “void” in our lives Our .
Compassionate voice it really helped to me to start trusting my body again and most importantly for me right now to believe that recovery is not only possible for everyone but that it is always worth it That the discomfort will pass things will normalise again That has helped to shift my mindset and although I realise I have a journey in front of me I feel euipped to see it through rather than spend my life in the misery of eating disorder cycles While the title suggests all that is in the book This is NOT a book for every eating disorder This is specifically for people who have been restricting food and have started a weird relationship with it The almost 400 pages could been summarized into a leaflet It is repetitive and offers no real solutions than other stop restricting and just listen to your body Because me listening to my body has really produced some excellent communication given that I m in the throes of a disorder This is a book I would give someone who hasn t even realized they are going down the ED path Additionally she offers some advice on diet exercise and water in take I am not a medical doctor by any means but her advice goes aga I have struggled most of my six plus decades of life with a baffling eating disorder This book helped me understand the underpinnings of it and why diets do not lead out into freedom but only into another prison of slower metabolism and easier weight gain when the restrictive eating ends as it surely will Very helpful book I eep a reading list for my ED therapist and this will be added to it No matter what the eating disorder is whether too much or too little food is involved this book gives helpful insights that explain how things progress to the point of asking What Happened More Than progress to the point of asking What Happened More Than More than that offers guidance in how we get brainwashed by societal expectations and weight loss experts and what does and doesn t work for lasting change that is truly healthful and helpful The book is okay What I didn t like was her my way or the highway attitude saying several time either you follow the guide or you stay in your eati. Indset has become so brainwashed by believing all this diet nonsense that we do not even Cuisine végétarienne de la Réunion know how to listen to our own body and how to eat normally Diet induced eating disorders have become prevalent in today’s society as we see the rise of unrealistic body standards and continuous cycle of yo yo dieting thateeps us in prison in our own body not nowing that there is a better much easier and natural solution to health and normal hunger cues that eeps you weight in a healthy place without an effort When you implement strategies outlined in this book you will be able to Recover from eating disorders and disordered eating habits Eat when hungry stop when full naturally Lose all desire to binge and overeat No cravings Eat whatever you want wh. .