When I had an eating disorder, I demanded things of my body. I would overfeed it, then restrict food to a minimum over several days or weeks . I used to work out to the point of injury or fatigue and still I did not listen to the messages my body gave me. By Evonne…
On August 10th 2014, International Expert, Author and Consultant to EATFED, Dr Anita Johnston represented EATFED at a Soul Sessions event in Manly. Radical Self Love and your body. Dr Anita Johnston shared the approach that EATFED uses to empower women to overcome disordered eating and learning to have self confidence and body acceptance.
After years of being tormented by an eating disorder Evonne Englezos Program Director at EATFED found a way out
As a teenager, Evonne Englezos was a high-achieving student and an elite athlete but on the inside she was secretly tormented by bulimia and disordered eating. By Evonne Englezos
Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy and indulgence, but for many Australians suffering from eating disorders, it’s torture. Every new year, many resolve to recover, very few achieve it. By Evonne Englezos
Tipping the scales at 120kg, self-confessed overeater Dezi Tsakiridis would eat two meals a night and then devour a secret stash of snacks in her bedroom closet. By Sue Paton
What it really takes to overcome disordered eating. A blog by Channel 10 Journalist Jessica Turner. In this blog Jessica Turner speaks to Evonne about recovering from an eating disorder and the way eating disorder treatment must change in Australia. By Sue Paton