National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Monday 1st March - Sunday 7th March

From 1-7 March join our campaign to create a future where people experiencing binge eating disorder are met with understanding and compassion.

The goal of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness) is to shine the spotlight on eating disorders by educating the public, spreading a message of hope, and putting lifesaving resources into the hands of those in need.    

This NEDAwareness Week, we are inviting all residents to increase their awareness of the impact of eating disorders. In an area where marginalised communities continue to be underrepresented, we have created a pool of resources to support you in increasing your awareness of the signs and symptoms of an eating disorder.    

We have provided access to resources that will support your understanding of the difference between and eating disorder and an unhealthy relationship with food.    

Feeding Hope

Feeding Hope

The goal of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness) is to shine the spotlight on eating disorders by educating the public, spreading a message of hope, and putting lifesaving resources into the hands of those in need.

This NEDAwareness Week, we invite Every Body to Have a Seat at the Table. In a field where marginalized communities continue to be underrepresented, we welcome conversations on raising awareness, challenging systemic biases, and sharing stories from all backgrounds and experiences.

Beating Disorders

Beating Disorders

Binge eating disorder will affect one in fifty of us in our lifetime, it is the most common but least understood. It isn’t about being greedy or lacking in willpower, but a serious mental illness which many suffer with alone, often with the fear of how others might react the reason they don’t reach out for help.

In March, during Eating Disorders Awareness Week you can start to help change that.

Youngminds

Youngminds

Everyone eats differently, but if the way you eat is taking over your life, then you could have an eating problem. But you’re not alone.

Youngminds offer advice and support for young people who are living with problem eating or an eating disorder and all of the information is available for free.

20 Ways to love your body

20 Ways to love your body

NEDA offer 20 simple tips to help you to improve your relationship with your body.

Learning to love your body when you really don't is no easy task, and it's not as simple as the body positivity movement can sometimes make it seem.

Minds Charity

Minds Charity

Eating problems

Learn about eating problems, including possible causes, symptoms and how to access treatment and support. Includes self-care tips for helping yourself, plus guidance for friends and family.



What are you really hungry for?

What are you really hungry for?

In this intimate talk, Mel Wells, bestselling author of 'The Goddess Revolution' and 'Hungry For More', shares her discoveries from her personal journey of eating disorder recovery to self love, freedom and fulfilment.



What is a healthy relationship with food?

What is a healthy relationship with food?

Most of us are foodies. Food brings us together, and gives us comfort. But have you ever stopped to think whether your relationship with food is healthy? Give Harley street nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert’s talk your time to think about whether your food habits and you have a healthy relationship. Rhiannon’s myth busting talk is revitalising in all aspects- and give us some much needed “food” for thought!