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You are not alone!

A journey towards positive body image and how to get comfortable

Explore our educational modules

  • Intuitive and balanced eating
  • Feeling comfortable in your body
  • Breaking free from diet culture
  • Managing anxiety around food
  • Understanding hunger
  • Support a young person with ARFID as well as very picky or fussy eaters
  • Supporting emotional regulation
  • Understanding disordered eating
  • Recognising the signs and signals

What is Disordered Eating?

Disordered Eating is a phrase used to describe a range of irregular eating behaviours that may or may not warrant a diagnosis of a specific eating disorder.

People who experience disordered eating, whether diagnosed with an Eating Disorder or not, often have poor emotional awareness and have limited access to emotion regulation strategies.

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What is Body Image?

We can’t always see the extent of somebody’s body image struggles. Body image is the way you:

  • Evaluate your appearance 
  • Think and feel about the way your body looks and functions
  • Behave, treat and relate to your body

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What is AFRID?

People with ARFID eat a very limited variety or amount of food and it causes problems in their lives. These problems may be health related, like loosing too much weight, or not getting enough nutrients.

These problems may also be social, like not being able to eat meals with others.

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What is Normal Eating?

Normal eating is flexible. It varies in response to your emotions, schedule, hunger and proximity to food.

Examples of ‘normal’ eating include being able to eat when you’re hungry and continue eating until you are satisfied, overeating and undereating at times and giving yourself permission to eat all foods.  

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How to support family, friends
or patients

Uncover the path to a more positive relationship with food and your body with Be Body Positive. Your new go-to destination for information and resources on disordered eating and body image.

✓ Evidence-based coping strategies

✓ Stories and experiences

✓ Quizzes and games

✓ And so much more!

The content is designed by a team of experts specifically for young people and tested by young people. We provide the support and guidance you need to overcome challenges around eating, body image and self-care. 

With resources for parents/carers as well as youth workers, teachers and health professionals,  there is something new to learn for everyone.

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I know for me, and a lot of my friends, we’ve struggled with disordered eating at some point in our lives. Maybe it’s skipping meals or overeating, but it’s definitely not a healthy relationship with food. And it’s not just about physical health either, it really messes with your mental health too.

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