The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast

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July 24, 2017  

Eating Disorders and PTSD

Tabitha Farrar talks to writer, speaker, and songwriter Jenni Schaefer about her recovery from Anorexia, and subsequent experiences with PTSD. 

In this podcast we talk about:

  • Hope and ACTION in eating disorder recovery
  • Motivation to recover
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Exercise and lower-level movement in eating disorders 
  • Recognising the symptoms of PTSD
  • The importance of finding treatment suited to you as an individual

 

 

 

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July 8, 2017  

The importance of recognizing Anorexia in people in larger bodies

In this podcast Tabitha Farrar talks to Dr. Rachel Millner about Anorexia and people in larger bodies. This podcast was inspired by an email from a mother of a patient who has Anorexia and is in a larger body. Topics discussed include:

  • The dangers associated with energy deficit in people in larger bodies
  • Problems with diagnosis and practitioner ignorance 
  • Weight stigma in the medical field
  • Parent advocacy and strength
  • Embracing weight diversity

Find out more about Dr Millner here: http://www.rachelmillner.com/ 

 

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July 3, 2017  

Challenging intake guidelines — Dr Graham Redgrave

Tabitha Farrar talks to Dr Graham Redgrave about the research done at Johns Hopkins looking into higher weights and a faster rate of refeeding patients with Anorexia in an inpatient hospital setting. The conversation includes:

  • Refeeding intakes, traditional expectations versus new developements
  • Problems with low target weights
  • Relapse prevention programs
  • Lower rate of relaspe for patients who reach higher BMIs in treatment
  • The case for higher caloric intakes once the risk of refeeding syndrome is past
  • What refeeding syndrome is, and research around this
  • How and when treatment fails patients. 
  • Why we need to challenge the current guidelines pertraining to refeeding intakes

 

 

Link to the orginal study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25625572

 

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