In October of this year, a spirited discussion took place on the ASDAH listserv regarding the intersections between weight-loss surgery and substance abuse. ASDAH’s Lisa Du Breuil is a practicing… Read More »Using the HAES Approach with People in Recovery — An Interview With Lisa Du Breuil
The HAES Files
From time to time the Health At Every Size® Blog shares HAES Matters “roundtable” posts with our readers. The questions below were posed by the ASDAH Blog Committee to some… Read More »HAES® Matters: Alternative Advice for the Holidays
by Dr. Jenny Copeland May our daily choices be a reflection of our deepest values,and may we use our voices to speak for those who need us most,those who have… Read More »Reasons Why I Am Thankful for the HAES® Message and Size Acceptance (and Why I NEED it in My Life)
by Fall Ferguson, JD, MA Every once in a while – most often on Facebook or in the online comments to a blog post – I encounter the idea that… Read More »Speculations on Healthism and Privilege
by Michelle Pitman, Certified Personal Trainer As I write this article, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has named Tokyo the host city to the 2020 Olympics and also announced the… Read More »The HAES Paradigm in a Weight-Centric Sport—Is that an oxymoron?
by Lindo Bacon, PhD, and Lucy Aphramor, PhD, RD The Health At Every Size® Blog is honored to feature this post, which is also being posted as part of the… Read More »Stress Mess: How “Fighting Fat” Makes People Sick