Masterpost: HAES-Based Resources for Intuitive Eating, Diabetes and Living with Chronic Illness

Masterpost: HAES-Based Resources for Intuitive Eating, Diabetes and Living with Chronic Illness

Groups, Organizations & Programs

Health at Every Size® (HAES®) Care for Diabetes education and support group

Articles, E-books and Other Resources

1. Prediabetes: The epidemic that never was, and shouldn’t be

2. Study Shows Link Between Discrimination and Type 2 Diabetes

3. LU 071: Dr. Michelle May – Eating without fear, specifically for diabetes, WLS, and binge eating.

4. Why I Won’t be Pursuing Weight Loss as a Solution to my Chronic Pain

5. {Intuitive Eating with a Chronic Condition} Principle #1: Reject the Diet Mentality

6. FRR 146: Navigating Body Image With Chronic Illness Revisited– With Ivy Felicia

7. When Healthy Isn’t An Option: How I Learned To Love My Chronically Ill Body

8. Big Fat Science: “I was recently diagnosed with type two diabetes”

9. 177: Intuitive Eating, Chronic Illness, and Breaking Free from The Wellness Diet with Linda Tucker, Health At Every Size Coach

10. Bringing the Body in to the Diabetes Conversation

11. 3 Things You Don’t Have To Do To Manage Diabetes

12. FRR 115 – Body Positivity & Chronic Conditions – interview with Imogen Fox

13. How to Be Well When You Can’t Be Healthy

14. What Does It Mean To Live With A Body That Can’t Be Fixed?

15. E-book: “Why a Weight-Neutral Approach is Essential in Diabetes Care” (free with Weight Neutral 4 Diabetes Care Symposium registration)

16. HAES Medical Nutrition Therapy Handout Set. Provided by nutritionist Meghan Cichy and Creating Peace with Food, this set of quick, weight-neutral healthcare guides covers:

  • Dyslipidemia/atherosclerosis
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)
  • Cancer
  • Celiac disease
  • Constipation
  • Diabetes
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • High blood pressure (hypertension)
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Osteoporosis
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)

Download the entire set.

17. The Weight Inclusive Approach to Gestational Diabetes

18. What Venn diagrams can teach us about diabetes

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