The 50 Best Eating Disorders Blogs of 2016

eatingdisorders-badgeEating disorders can often be a major cause for concern across age groups. From teenagers to young adults and even senior citizens at times are afflicted by bulimia, anorexia, binge eating and many related disorders that can often put them at a significant life risk. It is estimated that in United States alone, 10 million men and 20 million women suffer from various types of eating disorders. But the problem is most do not come out in the open and a mere 10% seek medical care. It is for this reason that the internet and especially blogs that discuss these issues can be very helpful. They do not force an individual to come out with their problem, yet the personal accounts add a touch of humane aspect to the whole issue.

Here is a list of 50 top blogs that can help you battle out the problems of eating and the associated disorders. We have put together the list on the basis of the quality of the content, the interval of updates, the relative relevance and type of narration. It is in no specific ascending or descending order of ranking but a collection of some of the best blogs on the topic.

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  1. Get Busy Thriving:

It helps readers transform their relationship with food and their own selves. Account of the author’s recovery from bulimia, the need to understand one’s body and battle it out helps readers connect with her instantly.

  1. Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment:

One of the most reputed blog helping individuals since 1995 in achieving recovery from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder for both men and women.

  1. Recovery Spark:

From overeating to transforming into a healthy eater, this blog provides authentic resources for the people who are facing with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder.

  1. Eating Disorder Hope:

Founded in 2005, this blog’s mission is to offer hope, information and resources to individual eating disorder sufferers, their family members and treatment providers. They help individuals foster appreciation of one’s uniqueness and value in the world, unrelated to appearance, achievement or applause.

  1. UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders:

This blog mainly focuses the citizens of North Carolina, the nation, and as appropriate, the world community, in three interwoven missions: clinical care, education, and research.

  1. Kartini Clinic:

The Kartini Clinic Day Treatment Unit was created in 2004 to provide medically necessary and clinically appropriate eating disorder treatment for children and young adults. This program has been family-centered with a strong medical emphasis on prompt, adequate weight gain as a prerequisite to a resumption of normal growth and development and puts forth the message on the blog.

  1. Remuda Ranch:

Now this one tackles eating disorder at the other end of the spectrum, of women above 50 years of age. The author says that eating disorders in older women can go unnoticed because, in many cases, anorexia won’t manifest in emaciation, and bulimics can stay at a “healthy” weight or even be overweight.

  1. Eat Sanely:

From dealing with dietary addictions to eating disorders to a wide range of eating issues, recipes and eating at work, this blog covers the issue of dietary disorders in a comprehensive manner. It ranked amongst the top 50 emotional eating blogs in 2012 and 2013.

  1. Cupcakes And Cashmere:

If you are recovering from eating disorder, you just do not need personal accounts of individuals battling eating disorder. This blog help fill up that space with its dose fo a sparkling variety.

  1. Confessions Of A Compulsive Eater:

This blog is about the author’s battle with eating discovery, recovering from it, avoiding binge eating and ways to maintain weight despite healthy eating habits. Not only writing about her condition a way to tell the world about her battle but also a means to help others in a similar state like her.

  1. Snack Therapy:

It highlights the importance of snacking in tackling eating disorder and avoid unnecessary weight gain.

  1. Recovering Anorexic:

This again is the author’s account of recovering from an anorexic condition and embracing and loving oneself as they are. The engaging style of writing, the private and closed group that it is part of makes this blog group exclusive and an ideal recluse for others suffering from eating disorder.

  1. The Binge Eater:

The account of a compulsive binge eater and ways to battle with it serves as a ready guide for many others who might be suffering from binge eating. It could help them learn to redress their conditions appropriately and seek appropriate medical help.

  1. Tales Of A Disordered Eater:

It is a very comprehensive blog spot on several facets of eating disorder. From tackling this kind of disorder to healthy eating tips to seeking cognitive therapy this blog offers a complete guide.

  1. Overcome Binge Eating:

Set up by Stefanie Nielsen, this blog uses a question and answer format to respond to inquires about binge eating, food addictions, and emotional eating.

  1. Recovery Discovery:

The personal acceptance and trysts of someone tackling and striving to come out of eating disorder never fails to ring a bell in the minds of another afflicted with the same condition. With a true and candid account of her problems, she hopes to bring about relief and redressal to many others who are scared to approach a doctor.

  1. The Middle Ground:

This blog details author Joanna Kay’s fight with eating disorder and recovering from it. She feels that this blog offers a view from that middle ground to anyone who has ever been touched by an eating disorder — survivors, supporters, professionals, and anyone who simply wants to know more.

  1. ED Bites:

It shares the many tidbits that the blogger gained about eating disorder and ways that it could help those who are suffering from it or trying to recover from that condition. This blog analyses the deep connection that these type of disorders have with overall cultural and social set up.

  1. Does Every Woman Has An Eating Disorder:

This blog seeks to educate the public to look out for properly trained individuals on matters of physical and mental health. Nutrition is a science, and while it might be a hobby for some, imposing this hobby on others can have often harmful effects.

  1. Adios Barbie:

A collection of several bloggers, it takes a comprehensive view on the overall issue of eating disorder and ways to handle it. It also provides potential recipe suggestions and create an atmosphere for those who seek to garner support from fellow sufferers.

  1. And Then She Recovered:

Often your eating disorder can reach such proportion that you might consider that there is no looking back. In that kind of scenario to hear about someone who has recovered and living a healthy happy life can always give you hope.

  1. Eating Disorder Blogs:

It is now a source of the latest, exciting and clinically relevant eating disorder information authored by top thinkers in the field.

  1. Emotional Eating PDX:

Kristen Maus is an Art Therapist who is passionate about helping others address emotional eating issues. It is a rich source for folks who want to understand emotional eating issues.

  1. NEDA Feeding Hope:

NEDA envisions a world without eating disorders. It supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention and cure.

  1. Eating Disorder In Boys:

Anorexia is a disorder that doesn’t just afflict girls, it can be a problem for boys too. This blog goes onto explore the same issue.

  1. Psych Central:

From the latest news in the world of eating disorder to expert opinion and even quizzes that can help you find solution to overcome it, this blog provides a comprehensive support system.

  1. Mirasol:

The founders of this support group believe that  eating disorders are chronic stress-related conditions, and they apply techniques similar to treating other chronic conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and IBS.

  1. A Weigh Out:

This is a collection of blogs by professionals in nutrition, emotional eating and eating disorder therapy. These include advice about addressing emotions in our lives that can affect health — and diet.

  1. Ditch The Binge:

Written by celebrated blogger, Shirley Billson, this one is all about increasing self esteem and recovering from eating disorders, especially binge eating.

  1. Feed Your Soul:

Kim McLaughlin is a solution-focused therapist who writes about eating disorders and how emotions get involved with making food choices on her blog Feed Your Soul.

  1. We Are The Real Deal:

It is created by an organisation that is committed to providing education about eating disorders, body image, and self-esteem through art and mindfulness.

  1. Let There Be Light:

It is a personal blog of a woman who has experienced disordered eating issues. She writes about a healthy body image, as well as the connections between her emotions and eating.

  1. Stop Chasing Skinny:

In the author’s own words, this blog is about finding happiness beyond the scale. It encourages readers to liberate themselves from a number or a size and share their experiences doing so.

  1. Isabel Foxen Duke:

On her blog, Isabel shares radical coaching for “not being a crazy person around food.” Her mission is to help others let go of their food and weight obsessions.

  1. Karen C L Anderson:

She writes about what happens after achieving “weight-loss success”. She talks about self-acceptance, how to truly feel your feelings, and eating mindfully.

  1. Feed Me I’m Cranky:

It documents the blogger’s transition from being consumed by her weight loss goals and eating disorder to finding a new passion — advocating for size acceptance for all.

  1. Normal Eating:

Sheryl Canter, a personal coach, to write about eating to meet emotional needs. She talks about many aspects of emotional eating.

  1. Thick Dumpling Skin:

This is  an ideal forum for Asian American men and women to come together, to share, and to discuss their relationships with food and their bodies. It enlightens them about social, cultural, and familial issues that might impact eating patterns.

  1. Nourishing By Heart:

By applying mindfulness to the discussion, Gina Ryan, a nutritionist, blogs about over eating, under eating, compulsive eating, food addictions, and more!

  1. Medicinal Marzipan:

A health coach, Mara Glatzel writes more about body image than about emotional eating and addresses issues closely tied to eating emotionally.

  1. Whitney’s Weigh:

Dr Whitney Gabhart writes about her experiences in an honest and intimate manner that encourages readers to address their own body image issues.

  1. Chew Tamers:

This blog highlights the importance of talking about and understanding emotional eating. It works to empower individuals with eating disorder.

  1. Laura’s Soap Box:

This blog documents the author’s own experience being a parent of a child with an eating disorder. This blog also works towards a better understanding of the causes of and best treatments for eating disorders.

  1. Simone Goudreau:

She is a mind-body-life coach who specializes in helping individuals make peace with food and their bodies.

  1. Beautiful You By Julie:

The blogger, Julie Parker is a life coach who works with and writes about healing from eating disorders. Her work emphasizes every person is capable of greatness.

  1. MamaVision:

This blog highlights the fact that we are all living in an eating disordered society. The blog also discusses what we can do to change this society, changing social beliefs and cultural factors that impact disordered eating.

  1. Rachel W Cole:

She writes about how women relate to their hungers, food, bodies, and weight. She looks at these topics through a professional, personal, and spiritual lense.

  1. Deeper Cravings:

This blog fosters connection with the body through the practice of presence, mindfulness, mindful eating, meditation, self exploration, art.

  1. Intuitive Body:

Lisa Claudia Briggs uses this blog to propagate the idea of balanced eating and tackling eating disorders.

  1. The Nutritionist’s Dilemma:

Elyn Zimmerman, the author of this blog, is committed to helping people with the colossal task of developing a peaceful relationship with food and eating.