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Eating Disorders Awareness

Eating Disorders Awareness

This page aims to provide information and resources about disordered eating to increase awareness and reduce stigma. It will include all content produced for Eating Disorders Awareness Week campaigns.

Be Body Positive

New resource for young people, parents, carers and health professionals

Be Body Positive provides support and guidance to help young people nationwide overcome challenges around eating, body image, physical and mental self-care. Alongside information and resources, website visitors can take quizzes to help identify support options to suit their needs, read inspirational real-life stories and learn evidence-based strategies to help them develop healthy patterns and routines around eating. 

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The aim of this website is to support young people to identify and reflect on their eating behaviours and work toward a better relationship with food and their bodies through self-guided modules. 

Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2023

Please see the full library of content, produced by our service users and staff for #EDAW2023. 

New Website Launches 6th March to Support Young People with Disordered Eating and Body Image

If you or someone you know has been affected by any of the issues raised in the collection of pieces and you’d like to talk to someone, please call the BEAT helpline on 0808 801 0677.

You can also find out more information about disordered eating and sources of support at the BEAT website:

If you are struggling with disordered eating, please do not hesitate to reach out to your local GP or IAPT service who can help you with the first step on your recovery journey.

If you are an adult living in the boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets, or City & Hackney, you can ask your GP to refer you to ELFT’s Community Disordered Eating Service. You can also refer yourself via our website.

Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2022

This article provides you with resources, content and information created by ELFT's service users and staff during #EDAW2022.

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