The Body Project
A dissonance-based body-acceptance program designed for teenagers that are backed by two decades of research and shown to effectively reduce body dissatisfaction and have a positive impact on eating disorders prevention. It is delivered in either 4 or 6 one-hour sessions.
Two-day workshop of engaging activities that are inspired by body activism. Designed as an early intervention program shown to reduce body dissatisfaction, negative mood, unhealthy dieting, and disordered eating, intended for all ages and genders.
Trust In Every Bite
Full recovery from an eating disorder is possible! This straightforward, inspirational talk discusses the recovery journey spectrum leading to a life of freedom.
Susan Lauricella, Wilton Library Association
Wow…you were all fabulous books! Many thanks again for joining us this past Saturday and sharing your stories. I hope I made some good connections and feel that the readers walked away with a better understanding of your situation. Both my husband and son volunteered that day but had the opportunity to take breaks and meet with a few of you. At one point, I suggested my 25-year-old check out A Bite at a Time (Recovery from an Eating Disorder). Initially, Steven was hesitant because he said he knows nothing about it, but then realized that was the whole point! At breakfast on Sunday morning, he said he was happy I encouraged him to do so and shared all sorts of things he learned from his conversation with Oriana.
Recovery Isn’t Linear
One Bite at a Time
Social Media Societal Pressures
Parents & Caregivers Need Support Too
“Oriana is compassion, calming, and helps me feel hopeful about my recovery.” – –Julie B.
Once a small classroom of passionate students in New York City, it is now the largest nutrition school in the world. Integrative Nutrition has provided a learning experience for students and graduates in over 150 countries worldwide through its innovative online learning platform.
T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, we believe that you have the right to better health and better information. We advocate for evidence-based education and resources.
The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is the largest non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders.