Tag: eating disorder

How a mindful pause helps you accept your body

Back in Part I of this post, we made the scientific case for why there’s no reason to fear accepting your body: it won’t make you gain weight, and there’s a bunch of research to suggest that it’s actually the best way to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. But what do we mean by […]

How to talk to a friend with an eating disorder

In our previous post on how to support a loved one with an eating disorder, you learned how to better understand the mindset of your loved one or friend who is struggling with an eating disorder. Being able to put yourself in their shoes is helpful–but it can still be difficult to figure out what […]

Accepting your body won’t make you gain weight

When you’re unhappy with your body, what do you do? If you’re like everyone else, you try to lose weight, tone up, or cut back on sugar (or fat or gluten or meat or dairy). You try to change your body. And you’re not alone. A lot of us are in a constant battle to […]

The Body Program has arrived.

Today is an exciting day for Lantern: we are thrilled to announce the release of the Body Program.Our second program to date, this one is designed (and proven) to improve body image and reduce disordered eating behaviors. In the U.S. alone, 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer from a clinical form of […]