Why Finding And Eliminating Hidden Restriction Aids Anorexia Recovery

Why Finding And Eliminating Hidden Restriction Aids Anorexia Recovery


In this podcast Tabitha talks about her experience with recovery binges when she was recovering from Anorexia. She describes how she went from restriction, into a binge-restrict cycle. More importantly, she talks about how the way out of that binge-restrict cycle is to find the restriction that is still present in your eating and eliminate it. thus allowing the body to eat freely and unlimited.

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More information on this topic in the following blog posts:

Extreme Hunger

Why You Cannot Possibly Eat Too Much In Recovery From Anorexia

Video about Recovery Eating. 


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About Tabitha Farrar

I work as Head of Marketing for a software startup in Boulder. As a recovered Anorexia sufferer, I advocate for proper understanding of eating disorders in my spare time. On that note, I wrote a book about my own journey into eating again called Love Fat.


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  • Kimmy

    THANK YOU SO MUCH for existing and for creating posts and podcasts like these, content and stories like these are what fueled (and still do) my relentless motivation to achieve a full, sturdy recovery, and not just being happy with “good enough”. Cheers!!