In today’s episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re going to talk about something that is very close to us…the problems associated with restrictive eating. While not technically classified as an eating disorder, restrictive eating can be very damaging and very hard to address and overcome. Vickie will share some personal experiences, as well as some ways she’s working to move past them.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
Resources Used for this Episode
- Orthorexia Nervosa
- When Veganism Is an Eating Disorder
- 3 Tips on going vegan after restrictive eating (part 2)
- Can Veganism Lead To Eating Disorders? A Nutritionist Weighs In
- Vegetarianism, Eating Disorder Study Reveals Worrisome Relationship Among Women
- Body MAGIC!: a Blissful End to Emotional Eating by Chinmayi Dore
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Quotes of the Week
When the mind, body, and spirit work together I believe anything is possible.
— Criss Angel
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Peace and Veggies,
Vickie and Larissa