This is the perfect resource bundle for a variety of client groups! Excellent to explain the effects of yoyo dieting, genetics and eating disorders in regards to metabolism. The different components of metabolism and how to build a strong metabolism are reviewed. Paired with a gentle nutrition approach to weight, the understanding body composition handout helps your clients to make sense of the number on the scale and reviews some of the important functions of body fat. Finally, a flow chart helps your clients to identify the negative effects they may experience from weighing themselves too frequently.
This handout is included in the Ultimate Eating Disorder Gentle Nutrition Bundle along with so many other fantastic gentle nutrition resources! Upgrade your purchase and SAVE 20% when you buy the full bundle!
- How Under Eating Causes Overeating
- Eating Disorder Recovery Benchmarking
- Eating Disorder Reasons to Recover
OTHER NOTEWORTHY PREMIUM RESOURCES:
- Incorporating Feared & Novel Foods
- Recognizing and Challenging Eating Disorder Thoughts
- Eating Disorder Support for Supports
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