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Ella is a dancer who I have known since I first moved to London many years ago. When I watched Ella in this video, I watched it over and over; I was blown away by her honesty. I never knew that she had also had to navigate a complicated relationship with her body. Here she talks about how she has […]
Anthony Warner AKA The ‘Angry Chef’ has been a chef for 25 years and is passionate about food. He has become known for his dedication to exposing lies, pretentions and ridiculousness in the world of food. He uses his a critical eye and an appreciation of scientific method to debunk the latest lies and mistruths about the food we eat.
Eating disorders are typically perceived to be conditions that affect only women, but between 10% and 25% of those people experiencing eating disorders are male. In this interview Jimmy shares his experience of living and recovering from anorexia.
‘UNDERSTANDING YOUR PIECE IN THE PUZZLE’ Jiggsy is a safe place to share your eating disorder journey through our unique visual ‘Jiggsaw’ community.
In this interview I meet Annabelle; a walking, talking example of recovery from an eating disorder. Annabelle, who is now a doctor, shares her story of what motivated her to recover.
Not weighing myself and not knowing my weight has been crucial to my recovery. It was one of the key tools I learnt in treatment. Here I explain why I hand my weight over to my treatment team.
In this interview I meet Charley Williams and her father Simon, who together have produced the musical ‘When Strawberries Are Not Enough’. Charley drew inspiration from her own experience of recovering from anorexia, and explains how music helped her to get well.