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Kuulsuste peakokk Nigella Lawson lööb puhta söömise: see maskeerib söömishäireid

Kuulsuste peakokk Nigella Lawson lööb puhta söömise: see maskeerib söömishäireid

Londonis JW3 kõlarite sarjas esinedes kritiseeris Lawson puhta söömise suundumust, vihjates, et see on ohtlik

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"Inimesed kasutavad teatud dieete, et varjata söömishäireid või suurt ebaõnne ja rahutust oma kehaga," ütleb Lawson.

Puhas söömine võib olla trendikas dieet du jour, kuid mitte kõik pole fännid. Telemees ja kuulsuste peakokk Nigella Lawson on rääkinud oma põlgustest puhas söömine, mida tema sõnul kasutatakse sageli karguna söömishäirete varjamiseks.

Puhas söömine on trend, mis rõhutab elustiili muutmist sama palju kui toitumise muutust: puhtad sööjad ostavad põllumajandustootjate turgudel, täidavad oma külmkapi ja kapid orgaaniliste puu- ja köögiviljadega ning jäävad kindlasti eemale enamikust töödeldud toitudest.

"On olemas viis, kuidas toitu kasutatakse enese õnnitlemiseks-sa oled parem inimene, sest sa sööd niimoodi-või enese tagakiusamiseks, sest sa ei luba endale süüa seda, mida sa tahad," ta ütles JW3 kõlarite seerias: Londonis peetud kõrgetasemeliste oraatorite loengusari. „Ma arvan üldiselt, et see pole toit, kui arvatakse, et kõhnem on alati parem. Selle tulemusena juhtub see, et teid peetakse kuidagi paremaks inimeseks. ”

See pole esimene kord the Lihtsalt Nigella Telemees on rääkinud oma põlgustest uue puhta toitumise trendi suhtes. Intervjuus BBC telesaatega Naise tund, väljendas ta selle suundumuse pärast vastikust.

Lawsonil on isiklik haige ebatervisliku toidu kinnisideega ja ta on hiljuti avanud oma ema võitluse söömishäirega.

"Oodata, kuni teil on lõplik haigus, et saaksite süüa, on kohutav asi," ütles ta.


"Puhas söömine andis mulle anoreksia"

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

27-aastane Eve Simmons arvab, et paljudes söömishäiretes on süüdi "puhta söömise" Instagrami lehed. Pilt: Päike Allikas: Whimn

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

Nigella Lawson ja aposs õige - trendikad moedieedid on söömishäirete varjamine.

Ma tean, sest ma veetsin viimased kaks aastat toibumisest söömishäirest, mis mind peaaegu tappis - ja kõik sai alguse sellest, kui hakkasin "puhast sööma".

Telekokk Nigella ütles sel nädalavahetusel Torontos peetud loengus tudengirühmale, et “we elab moehulluste ajastul ja tunnistas, et on vastikustundetu puhta söömise idee pärast, sest see viitab sellele, et teised toidud on "määrdunud".

Ja mul on NII hea meel näha, et keegi räägib sellest lõpuks mõistlikult.

Sarnaselt Nigellaga nõustun, et inimesed kasutavad oma söömishäirete varjamiseks puhast toitu - erinevaid dieete, mis keskenduvad teatud rasvade, suhkrute ja loomsete saaduste väljajätmisele -, sest see näitab täpselt, mis minuga juhtus.

Toiduvalmistamise kuninganna Nigella Lawson vihkab uut puhta söömise suundumust. Pilt: Getty Allikas: Whimn

"Puhastoidulised" blogijad, kes selle kõik alustas

Olin 23 -aastane, kui olin kinnisideeks söömisest ja tervislikest toitudest ning kalorite loendamisest, mis viis lõpuks anoreksia diagnoosini.

Ma ei olnud kunagi varem oma keha pärast mures, kuid kui ma esimest korda moemaagil tööd sain, hakkasin üha enam teadma, kui õhukesed olid kõik mu ümber olevad naised - ja kui vähe nad sõid.

Vestlus kontoris keskendus kogu aeg toidule ja minu eakaaslased arutasid pidevalt nende kehakaalu, toitumise ja "puhta söömise" retsepte.

Nad proovivad alati retsepte ja toovad tervisliku ajaveebi Melissa Hemsley või Madeleine Shawi muljetavaldavaid lõunasööke, mis on kaetud lehtkapsaste, kinoa ja linaseemnetega.

Noore ja muljetavaldava ajakirjanikuna otsisin need naised üles - nii et ma lähen koju ja valmistan järgmiseks päevaks täpselt sama asja. Tahtsin olla osa "puhta söömise klubist", just nagu nemad.

Varsti otsisin ise retsepte ja jälgisin Instagramis blogijaid. Mida rohkem ma lugesin & quotealthy & quot toitumisharjumustest, seda kinnisideeks sain.

Hakkasin tegema seda, mida Instagram ütles mulle, et see on & tervislikumaid valikuid & quot;, vahetades piimapiima mandlipiima vastu ja proovides süüa vähem tärkliserikkaid süsivesikuid.

Olin nendest terviseblogijatest nii kinnisideeks, et tegin täpselt seda, mida nad kõik ütlesid - ja järsku oli see nagu doominoefekt.

Lõpetasin hommikusöögi söömise, sest paastumine mõjus ainevahetusele hästi.

Siis lõpetasin leiva söömise, sest gluteen oli kuradi kudemiskoht.

Kuu aega hiljem otsustasin hakata veganiks ja loobusin igasugustest piimatoodetest - piimast, võid, juustust, jogurtist ja munadest.

Olin kinnisideeks sellest rääkimisest ja jutlustan kõigile, kes kuulavad lisatud suhkru kogust rabastandardites lõunasöökidel.

Kõigile teistele võisin ma teeselda, et mu moehull toitumine oli tervislikel põhjustel - mis oli alguses tõsi.

Kuid mulle muutus kiiresti olulisemaks, et söön võimalikult vähe kaloreid ja kaotan kaalu - ja need dieedid said suurepäraseks varjamiseks, nii et inimesed ei näinud ega apostinud, kui vähe ma söön.

Leian Madeline Shawi ja apossi Instagrami lehelt maguskartuli brownie retseptid ja valmistan need siis sõpradele, et nad saaksid tõestada, et ma söön halba, nagu brownied - aga tegelikult oli neis umbes kolm kalorit.

Ideaalne varjamine anoreksia vastu

Veganiks olemine hõlbustas perepeol koogist loobumist või ema -apossi juustumakaronide küpsetamisest keeldumist ning oma sõpradele gluteenitalumatuse teesklemine tähendas, et mul ei olnud ja ei olnud survet seltskondlikel puhkudel koos nendega pitsat süüa.

Olin ellu jäänud lehtkapsast ja lillkapsa riisi dieedil, olin alatoidetud ja mu kaal hakkas langema.

Vaid kuue kuu jooksul läksin tervislikust suurusest 8-10 väikeseks neljaks-ja olin sama kaaluga kui keskmine 11-aastane. Ma ei saanud ja ei saanud ühtegi vajalikku vitamiini ega mineraali.

Ema viis mind arstide juurde ja mind viidi haiglasse ning diagnoositi anoreksia.

Mind ravisid arstid, kes toitsid mu keha uuesti ja ma nägin psühhiaatreid ja toitumisspetsialiste, kes aitasid mul minu söömishäiret mõista.

Kuue nädala pärast lasti mind koju ja suundusin koju, et proovida taastada tervislik suhe toiduga.

Eve juhib nüüd mitte taimepõhist veebisaiti, mis on pühendatud ebatervislike ja tervislike toitude arusaamade muutmisele. Pilt: Päike. Allikas: Whimn

Puhtalt toituvad blogijad peavad võtma vastutuse

Nüüd, kaks aastat hiljem, olen õnnelik ja terve ning söön seda, mida kuradit tahan - kuid olen igavesti raevukas kvalifitseerimata Instagrami staaride peale, kes ütlesid mulle, mida süüa - hoolimata sellest, et olen kvalifitseerimata.

Puhtasöömise kontodel, mida ma järgisin, puudus igasugune volitus mulle ja teistele noortele naistele öelda, mida süüa-aga kuna neil oli palju jälgijaid ja nad postitasid ilusaid pilte tervislikest toitudest, uskusin, et neil on õigus.

Ma ei saa piisavalt rõhutada, kui vale see on.

Puhta toitumise järgimine ei tähenda, et saaksite kõik vajalikud toitained kätte.

Me lõpetame sõna otseses mõttes osteoporoosiga naiste põlvkonnaga, sest nad ei saanud ega lugenud piisavalt kaltsiumi, et hoida oma luud tugevana, järgides dieeti, mis jätab nad ilma päevikust ja asendamatutest aminohapetest, vähendades elutähtsaid toidugruppe.

See teeb mind lihtsalt nii närviliseks.

Ma ütlen seda seni, kuni mul on sinine nägu - ma usun, et sellised puhtalt toituvad blogijad nagu Madeleine Shaw ja Natasha Corrett, kes mõlemad ütlevad, et usuvad mõõdukusse ja tasakaalu, peavad enne seda püsti tõusma ja vastutuse võtma ning liiga hilja lobistama.

Need rikuvad inimeste ja inimeste elu - ja need kontod tuleb keelata ja me peame lõpetama inimeste hirmutamise, et nad kardaksid tavalist toitu süüa.

Inimesed peavad lõpetama Instagramis nõu küsimise ja pöörduma hoopis toitumisspetsialistide poole.

Kuid valitsuse kampaaniad, mis ütlevad meile, et peame sööma 10 portsjonit puu- ja köögivilju päevas, on sama halvad - vajame paremini saavutatavat eesmärki.

Toidu ümber on liiga palju ärevust ja muret - leiva, liha ja piimatoodete söömine pole kunagi kellelegi vähki tekitanud.

Eve Simmons juhib veebisaiti Not Plant Based - probleemseid sööjaid abistavat veebisaiti.

See artikkel ilmus algselt The Sunis ja avaldatakse siin loaga uuesti.


"Puhas söömine andis mulle anoreksia"

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

27-aastane Eve Simmons arvab, et paljudes söömishäiretes on süüdi "puhta söömise" Instagrami lehed. Pilt: Päike Allikas: Whimn

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

Nigella Lawson ja aposs õige - trendikad moedieedid on söömishäirete varjamine.

Ma tean, sest ma veetsin viimased kaks aastat toibumisest söömishäirest, mis mind peaaegu tappis - ja kõik sai alguse sellest, kui hakkasin "puhast sööma".

Telekokk Nigella ütles sel nädalavahetusel Torontos peetud loengus tudengirühmale, et “we elab moehulluste ajastul ja tunnistas, et on vastikustunde pärast puhtast toitumisest - kuna see viitab sellele, et teised toidud on "määrdunud".

Ja mul on NII hea meel näha, et keegi räägib sellest lõpuks mõistlikult.

Sarnaselt Nigellaga nõustun, et inimesed kasutavad oma söömishäirete varjamiseks puhast toitu - erinevaid dieete, mis keskenduvad teatud rasvade, suhkrute ja loomsete saaduste väljajätmisele -, sest see näitab täpselt, mis minuga juhtus.

Toiduvalmistamise kuninganna Nigella Lawson vihkab uut puhta söömise suundumust. Pilt: Getty Allikas: Whimn

"Puhastoidulised" blogijad, kes selle kõik alustas

Olin 23 -aastane, kui olin kinnisideeks söömisest ja tervislikest toitudest ning kalorite loendamisest, mis viis lõpuks anoreksia diagnoosini.

Ma ei olnud kunagi varem oma keha pärast mures, kuid kui ma esimest korda moemaagil tööd sain, hakkasin üha enam teadma, kui õhukesed olid kõik mu ümber olevad naised - ja kui vähe nad sõid.

Vestlus kontoris keskendus toidule ja mu eakaaslased arutasid pidevalt oma kehakaalu, toitumise ja "puhta toitumise" retsepte.

Nad proovivad alati retsepte ja toovad tervisliku ajaveebi Melissa Hemsley või Madeleine Shawi muljetavaldavaid lõunasööke, mis on kaetud lehtkapsaste, kinoa ja linaseemnetega.

Noore ja muljetavaldava ajakirjanikuna otsisin need naised üles - nii et ma lähen koju ja valmistan järgmiseks päevaks täpselt sama asja. Tahtsin olla osa "puhta söömise klubist", just nagu nemad.

Varsti otsisin ise retsepte ja jälgisin Instagramis blogijaid. Mida rohkem ma lugesin & quotealthy & quot toitumisharjumustest, seda kinnisideeks sain.

Hakkasin tegema seda, mida Instagram ütles mulle, et see on & tervislikumaid valikuid & quot;, vahetades piimapiima mandlipiima vastu ja proovides süüa vähem tärkliserikkaid süsivesikuid.

Olin nendest terviseblogijatest nii kinnisideeks, et tegin täpselt seda, mida nad kõik ütlesid - ja järsku oli see nagu doominoefekt.

Lõpetasin hommikusöögi söömise, sest paastumine mõjus ainevahetusele hästi.

Siis lõpetasin leiva söömise, sest gluteen oli kuradi kudemiskoht.

Kuu aega hiljem otsustasin hakata veganiks ja loobusin igasugustest piimatoodetest - piimast, võid, juustust, jogurtist ja munadest.

Olin kinnisideeks sellest rääkimisest ja jutlustan kõigile, kes kuulavad lisatud suhkru kogust rabastandardites lõunasöökidel.

Kõigile teistele võisin ma teeselda, et mu moehull toitumine oli tervislikel põhjustel - mis oli alguses tõsi.

Kuid mulle muutus kiiresti olulisemaks, et söön võimalikult vähe kaloreid ja kaotan kaalu - ning need dieedid said suurepäraseks varjamiseks, nii et inimesed ei näinud ega apostinud, kui vähe ma söön.

Leian Madeline Shawi ja apossi Instagrami lehelt maguskartuli brownie retseptid ja valmistan need siis sõpradele, et nad saaksid tõestada, et ma söön halba, nagu brownied - aga tegelikult oli neis umbes kolm kalorit.

Ideaalne varjamine anoreksia vastu

Veganiks olemine hõlbustas perepeol koogist loobumist või ema -apossi juustumakaronide küpsetamisest keeldumist ning oma sõpradele gluteenitalumatuse teesklemine tähendas, et mul ei olnud ja ei olnud survet seltskondlikel puhkudel koos nendega pitsat süüa.

Elasin kapsa- ja lillkapsariisi dieedil, olin alatoidetud ja mu kaal hakkas langema.

Vaid kuue kuu jooksul läksin tervislikust suurusest 8–10 pisikese suuruseni neli-ja olin sama kaaluga kui keskmine 11-aastane. Ma ei saanud ja ei saanud ühtegi vajalikku vitamiini ega mineraali.

Ema viis mind arstide juurde ja mind viidi haiglasse ning diagnoositi anoreksia.

Mind ravisid arstid, kes toitsid mu keha uuesti ja ma nägin psühhiaatreid ja toitumisspetsialiste, kes aitasid mul minu söömishäiret mõista.

Kuue nädala pärast lasti mind koju ja suundusin koju, et proovida taastada tervislik suhe toiduga.

Eve juhib nüüd mitte taimepõhist veebisaiti, mis on pühendatud ebatervislike ja tervislike toitude arusaamade muutmisele. Pilt: Päike. Allikas: Whimn

Puhtalt toituvad blogijad peavad võtma vastutuse

Nüüd, kaks aastat hiljem, olen õnnelik ja terve ning söön seda, mida kuradit tahan - kuid olen igavesti raevukas kvalifitseerimata Instagrami staaride peale, kes ütlesid mulle, mida süüa - hoolimata sellest, et olen kvalifitseerimata.

Puhtasöömise kontodel, mida ma järgisin, polnud õigust mulle ja teistele noortele naistele öelda, mida süüa-aga kuna neil oli palju jälgijaid ja nad postitasid ilusaid pilte tervislikest toitudest, uskusin, et neil on õigus.

Ma ei saa piisavalt rõhutada, kui vale see on.

Puhta toitumise järgimine ei tähenda, et saaksite kõik vajalikud toitained kätte.

Me lõpetame sõna otseses mõttes osteoporoosiga naiste põlvkonnaga, sest nad ei saanud ega lugenud piisavalt kaltsiumi, et hoida oma luud tugevana, järgides dieeti, mis jätab nad ilma päevikust ja asendamatutest aminohapetest, vähendades elutähtsaid toidugruppe.

See teeb mind lihtsalt nii närviliseks.

Ma ütlen seda seni, kuni mul on sinine nägu - ma usun, et sellised puhtalt toituvad blogijad nagu Madeleine Shaw ja Natasha Corrett, kes mõlemad ütlevad, et usuvad mõõdukusse ja tasakaalu, peavad enne seda püsti tõusma ja vastutuse võtma ning liiga hilja vastu pidama.

Need rikuvad inimeste ja nende elu - ja need kontod tuleb keelata ning me peame lõpetama inimeste hirmutamise, et nad kardaksid tavalist toitu süüa.

Inimesed peavad lõpetama Instagramis nõu küsimise ja pöörduma hoopis toitumisspetsialistide poole.

Kuid valitsuse kampaaniad, mis ütlevad meile, et peame sööma 10 portsjonit puu- ja köögivilju päevas, on sama halvad - vajame paremini saavutatavat eesmärki.

Toidu ümber on liiga palju ärevust ja muret - leiva, liha ja piimatoodete söömine pole kunagi kellelegi vähki tekitanud.

Eve Simmons juhib veebisaiti Not Plant Based - probleemseid sööjaid abistavat veebisaiti.

See artikkel ilmus algselt The Sunis ja avaldatakse siin loaga uuesti.


"Puhas söömine andis mulle anoreksia"

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

27-aastane Eve Simmons arvab, et paljudes söömishäiretes on süüdi "puhta söömise" Instagrami lehed. Pilt: Päike Allikas: Whimn

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

Nigella Lawson ja aposs õige - trendikad moedieedid on söömishäirete varjamine.

Ma tean, sest ma veetsin viimased kaks aastat toibumisest söömishäirest, mis mind peaaegu tappis - ja kõik sai alguse sellest, kui hakkasin "puhast sööma".

Telekokk Nigella ütles sel nädalavahetusel Torontos peetud loengus tudengirühmale, et “we elab moehulluste ajastul ja tunnistas, et on vastikustundetu puhta söömise idee pärast, sest see viitab sellele, et teised toidud on "määrdunud".

Ja mul on NII hea meel näha, et keegi räägib sellest lõpuks mõistlikult.

Sarnaselt Nigellaga nõustun, et inimesed kasutavad oma söömishäirete varjamiseks puhast toitu - erinevaid dieete, mis keskenduvad teatud rasvade, suhkrute ja loomsete saaduste väljajätmisele -, sest see näitab täpselt, mis minuga juhtus.

Toiduvalmistamise kuninganna Nigella Lawson vihkab uut puhta söömise suundumust. Pilt: Getty Allikas: Whimn

"Puhastoidulised" blogijad, kes selle kõik alustas

Olin 23 -aastane, kui olin kinnisideeks söömisest ja tervislikest toitudest ning kalorite loendamisest, mis viis lõpuks anoreksia diagnoosini.

Ma ei olnud kunagi varem oma keha pärast mures, kuid kui ma esimest korda moemaagil tööd sain, hakkasin üha enam teadma, kui õhukesed olid kõik mu ümber olevad naised - ja kui vähe nad sõid.

Vestlus kontoris keskendus kogu aeg toidule ja minu eakaaslased arutasid pidevalt nende kehakaalu, toitumise ja "puhta söömise" retsepte.

Nad proovivad alati retsepte ja toovad tervisliku ajaveebi Melissa Hemsley või Madeleine Shawi muljetavaldavaid lõunasööke, mis on kaetud lehtkapsaste, kinoa ja linaseemnetega.

Noore ja muljetavaldava ajakirjanikuna otsisin need naised üles - nii et ma lähen koju ja valmistan järgmiseks päevaks täpselt sama asja. Tahtsin olla osa "puhta söömise klubist", just nagu nemad.

Varsti otsisin ise retsepte ja jälgisin Instagramis blogijaid. Mida rohkem ma lugesin & quotealthy & quot toitumisharjumustest, seda kinnisideeks sain.

Hakkasin tegema seda, mida Instagram ütles mulle, et see on & tervislikumaid valikuid & quot;, vahetades piimapiima mandlipiima vastu ja proovides süüa vähem tärkliserikkaid süsivesikuid.

Olin nendest terviseblogijatest nii kinnisideeks, et tegin täpselt seda, mida nad kõik ütlesid - ja järsku oli see nagu doominoefekt.

Lõpetasin hommikusöögi söömise, sest paastumine mõjus ainevahetusele hästi.

Siis lõpetasin leiva söömise, sest gluteen oli kuradi kudemiskoht.

Kuu aega hiljem otsustasin hakata veganiks ja loobusin igasugustest piimatoodetest - piimast, võid, juustust, jogurtist ja munadest.

Olin kinnisideeks sellest rääkimisest ja jutlustan kõigile, kes kuulavad lisatud suhkru kogust rabastandardites lõunasöökidel.

Kõigile teistele võisin ma teeselda, et mu moehull toitumine oli tervislikel põhjustel - mis oli alguses tõsi.

Kuid mulle muutus kiiresti olulisemaks, et söön võimalikult vähe kaloreid ja kaotan kaalu - ja need dieedid said suurepäraseks varjamiseks, nii et inimesed ei näinud ega apostinud, kui vähe ma söön.

Leian Madeline Shawi ja apossi Instagrami lehelt maguskartuli brownie retseptid ja valmistan need siis sõpradele, et nad saaksid tõestada, et ma söön halba, nagu brownied - aga tegelikult oli neis umbes kolm kalorit.

Ideaalne varjamine anoreksia vastu

Veganiks olemine hõlbustas perepeol koogist loobumist või ema -apossi juustumakaronide küpsetamisest keeldumist ning oma sõpradele gluteenitalumatuse teesklemine tähendas, et mul ei olnud ja ei olnud survet seltskondlikel puhkudel koos nendega pitsat süüa.

Olin ellu jäänud lehtkapsast ja lillkapsa riisi dieedil, olin alatoidetud ja mu kaal hakkas langema.

Vaid kuue kuu jooksul läksin tervislikust suurusest 8-10 väikeseks neljaks-ja olin sama kaaluga kui keskmine 11-aastane. Ma ei saanud ja ei saanud ühtegi vajalikku vitamiini ega mineraali.

Ema viis mind arstide juurde ja mind viidi haiglasse ning diagnoositi anoreksia.

Mind ravisid arstid, kes toitsid mu keha uuesti ja ma nägin psühhiaatreid ja toitumisspetsialiste, kes aitasid mul minu söömishäiret mõista.

Kuue nädala pärast lasti mind koju ja suundusin koju, et proovida taastada tervislik suhe toiduga.

Eve juhib nüüd mitte taimepõhist veebisaiti, mis on pühendatud ebatervislike ja tervislike toitude arusaamade muutmisele. Pilt: Päike. Allikas: Whimn

Puhtalt toituvad blogijad peavad võtma vastutuse

Nüüd, kaks aastat hiljem, olen õnnelik ja terve ning söön seda, mida kuradit tahan - kuid olen igavesti raevukas kvalifitseerimata Instagrami staaride peale, kes ütlesid mulle, mida süüa - hoolimata sellest, et olen kvalifitseerimata.

Puhtasöömise kontodel, mida ma järgisin, puudus igasugune volitus mulle ja teistele noortele naistele öelda, mida süüa-aga kuna neil oli palju jälgijaid ja nad postitasid ilusaid pilte tervislikest toitudest, uskusin, et neil on õigus.

Ma ei saa piisavalt rõhutada, kui vale see on.

Puhta toitumise järgimine ei tähenda, et saaksite kõik vajalikud toitained kätte.

Me lõpetame sõna otseses mõttes osteoporoosiga naiste põlvkonnaga, sest nad ei saanud ega lugenud piisavalt kaltsiumi, et hoida oma luud tugevana, järgides dieeti, mis jätab nad ilma päevikust ja asendamatutest aminohapetest, vähendades elutähtsaid toidugruppe.

See teeb mind lihtsalt nii närviliseks.

Ma ütlen seda seni, kuni mul on sinine nägu - ma usun, et sellised puhtalt toituvad blogijad nagu Madeleine Shaw ja Natasha Corrett, kes mõlemad ütlevad, et usuvad mõõdukusse ja tasakaalu, peavad enne seda püsti tõusma ja vastutuse võtma ning liiga hilja lobistama.

Need rikuvad inimeste ja inimeste elu - ja need kontod tuleb keelata ja me peame lõpetama inimeste hirmutamise, et nad kardaksid tavalist toitu süüa.

Inimesed peavad lõpetama Instagramis nõu küsimise ja pöörduma hoopis toitumisspetsialistide poole.

Kuid valitsuse kampaaniad, mis ütlevad meile, et peame sööma 10 portsjonit puu- ja köögivilju päevas, on sama halvad - vajame paremini saavutatavat eesmärki.

Toidu ümber on liiga palju ärevust ja muret - leiva, liha ja piimatoodete söömine pole kunagi kellelegi vähki tekitanud.

Eve Simmons juhib veebisaiti Not Plant Based - probleemseid sööjaid abistavat veebisaiti.

See artikkel ilmus algselt The Sunis ja avaldatakse siin loaga uuesti.


"Puhas söömine andis mulle anoreksia"

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

27-aastane Eve Simmons arvab, et paljudes söömishäiretes on süüdi "puhta söömise" Instagrami lehed. Pilt: Päike Allikas: Whimn

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

Nigella Lawson ja aposs õige - trendikad moedieedid on söömishäirete varjamine.

Ma tean, sest ma veetsin viimased kaks aastat toibumisest söömishäirest, mis mind peaaegu tappis - ja kõik sai alguse sellest, kui hakkasin "puhast sööma".

Telekokk Nigella ütles sel nädalavahetusel Torontos peetud loengus tudengirühmale, et “we elab moehulluste ajastul ja tunnistas, et on vastikustunde pärast puhtast toitumisest - kuna see viitab sellele, et teised toidud on "määrdunud".

Ja mul on NII hea meel näha, et keegi räägib sellest lõpuks mõistlikult.

Sarnaselt Nigellaga nõustun, et inimesed kasutavad oma söömishäirete varjamiseks puhast toitu - erinevaid dieete, mis keskenduvad teatud rasvade, suhkrute ja loomsete saaduste väljajätmisele -, sest see näitab täpselt, mis minuga juhtus.

Toiduvalmistamise kuninganna Nigella Lawson vihkab uut puhta söömise suundumust. Pilt: Getty Allikas: Whimn

"Puhastoidulised" blogijad, kes selle kõik alustas

Olin 23 -aastane, kui olin kinnisideeks söömisest ja tervislikest toitudest ning kalorite loendamisest, mis viis lõpuks anoreksia diagnoosini.

Ma ei olnud kunagi varem oma keha pärast mures, kuid kui ma esimest korda moemaagil tööd sain, hakkasin üha enam teadma, kui õhukesed olid kõik mu ümber olevad naised - ja kui vähe nad sõid.

Vestlus kontoris keskendus toidule ja mu eakaaslased arutasid pidevalt oma kehakaalu, toitumise ja "puhta toitumise" retsepte.

Nad proovivad alati retsepte ja toovad tervisliku ajaveebi Melissa Hemsley või Madeleine Shawi muljetavaldavaid lõunasööke, mis on kaetud lehtkapsaste, kinoa ja linaseemnetega.

Noore ja muljetavaldava ajakirjanikuna otsisin need naised üles - nii et ma lähen koju ja valmistan järgmiseks päevaks täpselt sama asja. Tahtsin olla osa "puhta söömise klubist", just nagu nemad.

Varsti otsisin ise retsepte ja jälgisin Instagramis blogijaid. Mida rohkem ma lugesin & quotealthy & quot toitumisharjumustest, seda kinnisideeks sain.

Hakkasin tegema seda, mida Instagram ütles mulle, et see on & tervislikumaid valikuid & quot;, vahetades piimapiima mandlipiima vastu ja proovides süüa vähem tärkliserikkaid süsivesikuid.

Olin nendest terviseblogijatest nii kinnisideeks, et tegin täpselt seda, mida nad kõik ütlesid - ja järsku oli see nagu doominoefekt.

Lõpetasin hommikusöögi söömise, sest paastumine mõjus ainevahetusele hästi.

Siis lõpetasin leiva söömise, sest gluteen oli kuradi kudemiskoht.

Kuu aega hiljem otsustasin hakata veganiks ja loobusin igasugustest piimatoodetest - piimast, võid, juustust, jogurtist ja munadest.

Olin kinnisideeks sellest rääkimisest ja jutlustan kõigile, kes kuulavad lisatud suhkru kogust rabastandardites lõunasöökidel.

Kõigile teistele võisin ma teeselda, et mu moehull toitumine oli tervislikel põhjustel - mis oli alguses tõsi.

Kuid mulle muutus kiiresti tähtsamaks, et söön võimalikult vähe kaloreid ja kaotan kaalu - ja need dieedid said suurepäraseks varjamiseks, nii et inimesed ei näinud ega apostinud, kui vähe ma söön.

Leian Madeline Shawi ja apossi Instagrami lehelt maguskartuli brownie retseptid ja valmistan need siis sõpradele, et nad saaksid tõestada, et ma söön halba, nagu brownied - aga tegelikult oli neis umbes kolm kalorit.

Ideaalne varjamine anoreksia vastu

Veganiks olemine hõlbustas perepeol koogist loobumist või ema -apossi juustumakaronide küpsetamisest keeldumist ning oma sõpradele gluteenitalumatuse teesklemine tähendas, et mul ei olnud ja ei olnud survet seltskondlikel puhkudel koos nendega pitsat süüa.

Elasin kapsa- ja lillkapsariisi dieedil, olin alatoidetud ja mu kaal hakkas langema.

Vaid kuue kuu jooksul läksin tervislikust suurusest 8-10 väikeseks neljaks-ja olin sama kaaluga kui keskmine 11-aastane. Ma ei saanud ja ei saanud ühtegi vajalikku vitamiini ega mineraali.

Ema viis mind arstide juurde ja mind viidi haiglasse ning diagnoositi anoreksia.

Mind ravisid arstid, kes toitsid mu keha uuesti ja ma nägin psühhiaatreid ja toitumisspetsialiste, kes aitasid mul minu söömishäiret mõista.

Kuue nädala pärast lasti mind koju ja suundusin koju, et proovida taastada tervislik suhe toiduga.

Eve juhib nüüd mitte taimepõhist veebisaiti, mis on pühendatud ebatervislike ja tervislike toitude arusaamade muutmisele. Pilt: Päike. Allikas: Whimn

Puhtalt toituvad blogijad peavad võtma vastutuse

Nüüd, kaks aastat hiljem, olen õnnelik ja terve ning söön seda, mida kuradit tahan - kuid olen igavesti raevukas kvalifitseerimata Instagrami staaride peale, kes ütlesid mulle, mida süüa - hoolimata sellest, et olen kvalifitseerimata.

Puhta toitumise kontodel, mida ma järgisin, polnud õigust mulle ja teistele noortele naistele öelda, mida süüa-aga kuna neil oli palju jälgijaid ja nad postitasid ilusaid pilte tervisliku välimusega toitudest, uskusin, et neil on õigus.

Ma ei saa piisavalt rõhutada, kui vale see on.

Puhta toitumise järgimine ei tähenda, et saaksite kõik vajalikud toitained kätte.

Me lõpetame sõna otseses mõttes osteoporoosiga naiste põlvkonnaga, sest nad ei saanud ega lugenud piisavalt kaltsiumi, et hoida oma luud tugevana, järgides dieeti, mis jätab nad ilma päevikust ja asendamatutest aminohapetest, vähendades elutähtsaid toidugruppe.

See teeb mind lihtsalt nii närviliseks.

Ma ütlen seda seni, kuni mul on näost sinine - ma usun, et sellised puhtalt toituvad blogijad nagu Madeleine Shaw ja Natasha Corrett, kes mõlemad ütlevad, et usuvad mõõdukusse ja tasakaalu, peavad enne seda püsti tõusma ja vastutuse võtma ning liiga hilja lobistama.

Need rikuvad inimeste ja nende elu - ja need kontod tuleb keelata ning me peame lõpetama inimeste hirmutamise, et nad kardaksid tavalist toitu süüa.

Inimesed peavad lõpetama Instagramis nõu küsimise ja pöörduma hoopis toitumisspetsialistide poole.

Kuid valitsuse kampaaniad, mis ütlevad meile, et peame sööma 10 portsjonit puu- ja köögivilju päevas, on sama halvad - vajame paremini saavutatavat eesmärki.

Toidu ümber on liiga palju ärevust ja muret - leiva, liha ja piimatoodete söömine pole kunagi kellelegi vähki tekitanud.

Eve Simmons juhib veebisaiti Not Plant Based - probleemseid sööjaid abistavat veebisaiti.

See artikkel ilmus algselt The Sunis ja avaldatakse siin loaga uuesti.


"Puhas söömine andis mulle anoreksia"

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

27-aastane Eve Simmons arvab, et paljudes söömishäiretes on süüdi "puhta söömise" Instagrami lehed. Pilt: Päike Allikas: Whimn

Eve kasutas oma vegan- ja gluteenivaba dieeti, et varjata oma hirmutavat söömishäiret.

Nigella Lawson ja aposs õige - trendikad moedieedid on söömishäirete varjamine.

Ma tean, sest ma veetsin viimased kaks aastat toibumisest söömishäirest, mis mind peaaegu tappis - ja kõik sai alguse sellest, kui hakkasin "puhast sööma".

Telekokk Nigella ütles sel nädalavahetusel Torontos peetud loengus tudengirühmale, et “we elab moehulluste ajastul ja tunnistas, et on vastikustundetu puhta söömise idee pärast, sest see viitab sellele, et teised toidud on "määrdunud".

Ja mul on NII hea meel näha, et keegi räägib sellest lõpuks mõistlikult.

Sarnaselt Nigellaga nõustun, et inimesed kasutavad oma söömishäirete varjamiseks puhast toitu - erinevaid dieete, mis keskenduvad teatud rasvade, suhkrute ja loomsete saaduste väljajätmisele -, sest see näitab täpselt, mis minuga juhtus.

Toiduvalmistamise kuninganna Nigella Lawson vihkab uut puhta söömise suundumust. Pilt: Getty Allikas: Whimn

"Puhastoidulised" blogijad, kellest see kõik alguse sai

Olin 23 -aastane, kui olin kinnisideeks söömisest ja tervislikest toitudest ning kalorite loendamisest, mis viis lõpuks anoreksia diagnoosini.

Ma ei olnud kunagi varem oma keha pärast mures, kuid kui ma esimest korda moemaagil tööd sain, hakkasin üha enam teadma, kui õhukesed olid kõik mu ümber olevad naised - ja kui vähe nad sõid.

Vestlus kontoris keskendus toidule ja mu eakaaslased arutasid pidevalt oma kehakaalu, toitumise ja "puhta toitumise" retsepte.

Nad proovivad alati retsepte ja toovad tervisliku ajaveebi Melissa Hemsley või Madeleine Shawi muljetavaldavaid lõunasööke, mis on kaetud lehtkapsaste, kinoa ja linaseemnetega.

Noore ja muljetavaldava ajakirjanikuna otsisin need naised üles - nii et ma lähen koju ja valmistan järgmiseks päevaks täpselt sama asja. Tahtsin olla osa "puhta söömise klubist", just nagu nemad.

Varsti otsisin ise retsepte ja jälgisin Instagramis blogijaid. Mida rohkem ma lugesin & quotealthy & quot toitumisharjumustest, seda kinnisideeks sain.

Hakkasin tegema seda, mida Instagram ütles mulle, et see on & tervislikumaid valikuid & quot;, vahetades piimapiima mandlipiima vastu ja proovides süüa vähem tärkliserikkaid süsivesikuid.

Olin nendest terviseblogijatest nii kinnisideeks, et tegin täpselt seda, mida nad kõik ütlesid - ja järsku oli see nagu doominoefekt.

Lõpetasin hommikusöögi söömise, sest paastumine mõjus ainevahetusele hästi.

Siis lõpetasin leiva söömise, sest gluteen oli kuradi kudemiskoht.

Kuu aega hiljem otsustasin hakata veganiks ja loobusin igasugustest piimatoodetest - piimast, võid, juustust, jogurtist ja munadest.

Olin kinnisideeks sellest rääkimisest ja jutlustan kõigile, kes kuulavad lisatud suhkru kogust rabastandardites lõunasöökidel.

Kõigile teistele võisin ma teeselda, et mu moehull toitumine oli tervislikel põhjustel - mis oli alguses tõsi.

Kuid mulle muutus kiiresti olulisemaks, et söön võimalikult vähe kaloreid ja kaotan kaalu - ning need dieedid said suurepäraseks varjamiseks, nii et inimesed ei näinud ega apostinud, kui vähe ma söön.

Leian Madeline Shawi ja apossi Instagrami lehelt maguskartuli brownie retseptid ja valmistan need siis sõpradele, et nad saaksid tõestada, et ma söön halba nagu pruunid - aga tegelikult oli neis umbes kolm kalorit.

Ideaalne varjamine anoreksia vastu

Veganiks olemine hõlbustas perepeol koogist loobumist või ema- ja apossijuustumaitseliste pastatoitude söömisest keeldumist ning oma sõpradele gluteenitalumatuse teesklemine tähendas, et mul ei olnud ja ei olnud survet seltskondlikel puhkudel nendega pitsat süüa.

Elasin kapsa- ja lillkapsariisi dieedil, olin alatoidetud ja mu kaal hakkas langema.

Within just six months, I&aposd gone from a healthy size 8-10 to a tiny size four - and I was the same weight as the average 11-year-old. I wasn&apost getting any of the vitamins or minerals that I needed.

My mum took me to the doctors and I was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with anorexia.

I was treated by doctors who re-fuelled my body and I saw psychiatrists and nutritionist who helped me understand my eating disorder.

After six weeks I was discharged and headed home to try and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

Eve now runs 'Not Plant Based' - a website devoted to changing perceptions of unhealthy and healthy foods. Image: the Sun. Source:Whimn

Clean-eating bloggers need to take responsibility

Now, two years on I am happy and healthy and eat what the hell I want - but I will be forever furious with the unqualified Instagram stars who told me what to eat - despite being unqualified.

The clean-eating accounts I followed had zero authority to be telling me and other young women what to eat - yet because they had loads of followers and posted pretty pictures of healthy-looking meals, I believed they were right.

I cannot stress enough how wrong this is.

Following a clean-eating diet doesn&apost mean you get all the nutrients you need.

We are literally going to end up with a generation of women with osteoporosis because they didn&apost get enough calcium to keep their bones strong while following a diet which deprives them of diary and essential amino acids by cutting out vital food groups.

It just makes me so livid.

I will say it until I&aposm blue in the face - I believe clean-eating bloggers like like Madeleine Shaw and Natasha Corrett, who both say they believe in moderation and balance - need to stand up and take responsibility before it&aposs too late.

They are ruining people&aposs lives - and these accounts need to be banned and we need to stop scaremongering people into being too scared to eat normal food.

People need to stop going to Instagram for advice and look to nutritionists instead.

But government campaigns telling us we need to eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day are just as bad - we need more manageable goal.

There&aposs too much anxiety and worry around food - eating bread, meat and dairy never gave anyone cancer.

Eve Simmons runs Not Plant Based - a website helping troubled eaters.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.


'Clean Eating Gave Me Anorexia'

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Eve Simmons, 27, thinks "clean-eating" Instagram pages are to blame for many eating disorders. Image: The Sun Source:Whimn

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Nigella Lawson&aposs right - trendy fad diets are a cover-up for eating disorders.

I know because I&aposve spent the last two years recovering from an eating disorder that nearly killed me - and it all began when I started "clean-eating."

TV chef Nigella told a group of students at a lecture in Toronto this weekend that “we live in an age of fads" and admitted being disgusted by the idea of clean eating - as it suggests other foods are "dirty."

And I am SO glad to see someone finally speaking sense about this.

Like Nigella, I agree that people are using clean eating - a range of diets which focus on cutting out certain fats, sugars and animal products - as a way to hide their eating disorders, because it&aposs exactly what happened to me.

Cooking Queen Nigella Lawson detests the new 'clean-eating' trend. Image: Getty Source:Whimn

The "clean-eating" bloggers that started it all

I was 23 when I became obsessed with eating "healthy" foods and calorie counting, which eventually led to a diagnosis of anorexia.

I&aposd never been worried about my body before, but when I got my first job at a fashion mag I became increasingly aware of how slim all the women around me were - and how little they ate.

Chatter in the office was all centred around food, with my peers constantly discussing their weight, diets and "clean eating" recipes.

They&aposd always be trying out recipes and bringing in impressive lunches from health blogger Melissa Hemsley or Madeleine Shaw, covered in kale, quinoa and linseed.

As a young and impressionable journalist, I looked up these women - so I&aposd go home and make the exact same thing for the next day. I wanted to be part of the "clean-eating club", just like them.

Soon I was looking up recipes and following bloggers on Instagram myself. The more I read about "healthy" eating habits the more obsessed I got.

I started making what Instagram told me were "healthier choices", swapping dairy milk for almond milk and trying to eat less starchy carbs.

I was so obsessed with these health bloggers I did exactly what they all said - and suddenly it was like a domino effect.

I stopped eating breakfast because fasting was good for the metabolism.

Then I stopped eating bread because gluten was the spawn of the devil.

A month later I decided to go vegan and gave up all dairy - milk, butter, cheese, yogurt and eggs.

I was obsessed with talking about it, and I𠆝 preach to anyone who would listen about the amount of added sugar in bog-standard lunches.

To everyone else I could pretend my fad diets were for health reasons - which was true to begin with.

But it quickly became more important to me that I was eating as few calories as possible and losing weight - and these diets became a great cover up so people didn&apost see how little I was eating.

I&aposd find sweet potato brownie recipes on Madeline Shaw&aposs Instagram page and then make them for my friends to try and prove to them I was eating bad stuff like brownies - but really they had about three calories in them.

The perfect cover-up for anorexia

Being vegan made it easy to turn down cake at a family party or refuse to eat mum&aposs cheesy pasta bake, and pretending to be gluten intolerant to my friends meant I didn&apost have the pressure of eating pizza with them at social occasions.

I was surviving on a diet of kale and cauliflower rice, I was malnourished, and my weight began to plummet.

Within just six months, I&aposd gone from a healthy size 8-10 to a tiny size four - and I was the same weight as the average 11-year-old. I wasn&apost getting any of the vitamins or minerals that I needed.

My mum took me to the doctors and I was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with anorexia.

I was treated by doctors who re-fuelled my body and I saw psychiatrists and nutritionist who helped me understand my eating disorder.

After six weeks I was discharged and headed home to try and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

Eve now runs 'Not Plant Based' - a website devoted to changing perceptions of unhealthy and healthy foods. Image: the Sun. Source:Whimn

Clean-eating bloggers need to take responsibility

Now, two years on I am happy and healthy and eat what the hell I want - but I will be forever furious with the unqualified Instagram stars who told me what to eat - despite being unqualified.

The clean-eating accounts I followed had zero authority to be telling me and other young women what to eat - yet because they had loads of followers and posted pretty pictures of healthy-looking meals, I believed they were right.

I cannot stress enough how wrong this is.

Following a clean-eating diet doesn&apost mean you get all the nutrients you need.

We are literally going to end up with a generation of women with osteoporosis because they didn&apost get enough calcium to keep their bones strong while following a diet which deprives them of diary and essential amino acids by cutting out vital food groups.

It just makes me so livid.

I will say it until I&aposm blue in the face - I believe clean-eating bloggers like like Madeleine Shaw and Natasha Corrett, who both say they believe in moderation and balance - need to stand up and take responsibility before it&aposs too late.

They are ruining people&aposs lives - and these accounts need to be banned and we need to stop scaremongering people into being too scared to eat normal food.

People need to stop going to Instagram for advice and look to nutritionists instead.

But government campaigns telling us we need to eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day are just as bad - we need more manageable goal.

There&aposs too much anxiety and worry around food - eating bread, meat and dairy never gave anyone cancer.

Eve Simmons runs Not Plant Based - a website helping troubled eaters.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.


'Clean Eating Gave Me Anorexia'

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Eve Simmons, 27, thinks "clean-eating" Instagram pages are to blame for many eating disorders. Image: The Sun Source:Whimn

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Nigella Lawson&aposs right - trendy fad diets are a cover-up for eating disorders.

I know because I&aposve spent the last two years recovering from an eating disorder that nearly killed me - and it all began when I started "clean-eating."

TV chef Nigella told a group of students at a lecture in Toronto this weekend that “we live in an age of fads" and admitted being disgusted by the idea of clean eating - as it suggests other foods are "dirty."

And I am SO glad to see someone finally speaking sense about this.

Like Nigella, I agree that people are using clean eating - a range of diets which focus on cutting out certain fats, sugars and animal products - as a way to hide their eating disorders, because it&aposs exactly what happened to me.

Cooking Queen Nigella Lawson detests the new 'clean-eating' trend. Image: Getty Source:Whimn

The "clean-eating" bloggers that started it all

I was 23 when I became obsessed with eating "healthy" foods and calorie counting, which eventually led to a diagnosis of anorexia.

I&aposd never been worried about my body before, but when I got my first job at a fashion mag I became increasingly aware of how slim all the women around me were - and how little they ate.

Chatter in the office was all centred around food, with my peers constantly discussing their weight, diets and "clean eating" recipes.

They&aposd always be trying out recipes and bringing in impressive lunches from health blogger Melissa Hemsley or Madeleine Shaw, covered in kale, quinoa and linseed.

As a young and impressionable journalist, I looked up these women - so I&aposd go home and make the exact same thing for the next day. I wanted to be part of the "clean-eating club", just like them.

Soon I was looking up recipes and following bloggers on Instagram myself. The more I read about "healthy" eating habits the more obsessed I got.

I started making what Instagram told me were "healthier choices", swapping dairy milk for almond milk and trying to eat less starchy carbs.

I was so obsessed with these health bloggers I did exactly what they all said - and suddenly it was like a domino effect.

I stopped eating breakfast because fasting was good for the metabolism.

Then I stopped eating bread because gluten was the spawn of the devil.

A month later I decided to go vegan and gave up all dairy - milk, butter, cheese, yogurt and eggs.

I was obsessed with talking about it, and I𠆝 preach to anyone who would listen about the amount of added sugar in bog-standard lunches.

To everyone else I could pretend my fad diets were for health reasons - which was true to begin with.

But it quickly became more important to me that I was eating as few calories as possible and losing weight - and these diets became a great cover up so people didn&apost see how little I was eating.

I&aposd find sweet potato brownie recipes on Madeline Shaw&aposs Instagram page and then make them for my friends to try and prove to them I was eating bad stuff like brownies - but really they had about three calories in them.

The perfect cover-up for anorexia

Being vegan made it easy to turn down cake at a family party or refuse to eat mum&aposs cheesy pasta bake, and pretending to be gluten intolerant to my friends meant I didn&apost have the pressure of eating pizza with them at social occasions.

I was surviving on a diet of kale and cauliflower rice, I was malnourished, and my weight began to plummet.

Within just six months, I&aposd gone from a healthy size 8-10 to a tiny size four - and I was the same weight as the average 11-year-old. I wasn&apost getting any of the vitamins or minerals that I needed.

My mum took me to the doctors and I was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with anorexia.

I was treated by doctors who re-fuelled my body and I saw psychiatrists and nutritionist who helped me understand my eating disorder.

After six weeks I was discharged and headed home to try and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

Eve now runs 'Not Plant Based' - a website devoted to changing perceptions of unhealthy and healthy foods. Image: the Sun. Source:Whimn

Clean-eating bloggers need to take responsibility

Now, two years on I am happy and healthy and eat what the hell I want - but I will be forever furious with the unqualified Instagram stars who told me what to eat - despite being unqualified.

The clean-eating accounts I followed had zero authority to be telling me and other young women what to eat - yet because they had loads of followers and posted pretty pictures of healthy-looking meals, I believed they were right.

I cannot stress enough how wrong this is.

Following a clean-eating diet doesn&apost mean you get all the nutrients you need.

We are literally going to end up with a generation of women with osteoporosis because they didn&apost get enough calcium to keep their bones strong while following a diet which deprives them of diary and essential amino acids by cutting out vital food groups.

It just makes me so livid.

I will say it until I&aposm blue in the face - I believe clean-eating bloggers like like Madeleine Shaw and Natasha Corrett, who both say they believe in moderation and balance - need to stand up and take responsibility before it&aposs too late.

They are ruining people&aposs lives - and these accounts need to be banned and we need to stop scaremongering people into being too scared to eat normal food.

People need to stop going to Instagram for advice and look to nutritionists instead.

But government campaigns telling us we need to eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day are just as bad - we need more manageable goal.

There&aposs too much anxiety and worry around food - eating bread, meat and dairy never gave anyone cancer.

Eve Simmons runs Not Plant Based - a website helping troubled eaters.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.


'Clean Eating Gave Me Anorexia'

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Eve Simmons, 27, thinks "clean-eating" Instagram pages are to blame for many eating disorders. Image: The Sun Source:Whimn

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Nigella Lawson&aposs right - trendy fad diets are a cover-up for eating disorders.

I know because I&aposve spent the last two years recovering from an eating disorder that nearly killed me - and it all began when I started "clean-eating."

TV chef Nigella told a group of students at a lecture in Toronto this weekend that “we live in an age of fads" and admitted being disgusted by the idea of clean eating - as it suggests other foods are "dirty."

And I am SO glad to see someone finally speaking sense about this.

Like Nigella, I agree that people are using clean eating - a range of diets which focus on cutting out certain fats, sugars and animal products - as a way to hide their eating disorders, because it&aposs exactly what happened to me.

Cooking Queen Nigella Lawson detests the new 'clean-eating' trend. Image: Getty Source:Whimn

The "clean-eating" bloggers that started it all

I was 23 when I became obsessed with eating "healthy" foods and calorie counting, which eventually led to a diagnosis of anorexia.

I&aposd never been worried about my body before, but when I got my first job at a fashion mag I became increasingly aware of how slim all the women around me were - and how little they ate.

Chatter in the office was all centred around food, with my peers constantly discussing their weight, diets and "clean eating" recipes.

They&aposd always be trying out recipes and bringing in impressive lunches from health blogger Melissa Hemsley or Madeleine Shaw, covered in kale, quinoa and linseed.

As a young and impressionable journalist, I looked up these women - so I&aposd go home and make the exact same thing for the next day. I wanted to be part of the "clean-eating club", just like them.

Soon I was looking up recipes and following bloggers on Instagram myself. The more I read about "healthy" eating habits the more obsessed I got.

I started making what Instagram told me were "healthier choices", swapping dairy milk for almond milk and trying to eat less starchy carbs.

I was so obsessed with these health bloggers I did exactly what they all said - and suddenly it was like a domino effect.

I stopped eating breakfast because fasting was good for the metabolism.

Then I stopped eating bread because gluten was the spawn of the devil.

A month later I decided to go vegan and gave up all dairy - milk, butter, cheese, yogurt and eggs.

I was obsessed with talking about it, and I𠆝 preach to anyone who would listen about the amount of added sugar in bog-standard lunches.

To everyone else I could pretend my fad diets were for health reasons - which was true to begin with.

But it quickly became more important to me that I was eating as few calories as possible and losing weight - and these diets became a great cover up so people didn&apost see how little I was eating.

I&aposd find sweet potato brownie recipes on Madeline Shaw&aposs Instagram page and then make them for my friends to try and prove to them I was eating bad stuff like brownies - but really they had about three calories in them.

The perfect cover-up for anorexia

Being vegan made it easy to turn down cake at a family party or refuse to eat mum&aposs cheesy pasta bake, and pretending to be gluten intolerant to my friends meant I didn&apost have the pressure of eating pizza with them at social occasions.

I was surviving on a diet of kale and cauliflower rice, I was malnourished, and my weight began to plummet.

Within just six months, I&aposd gone from a healthy size 8-10 to a tiny size four - and I was the same weight as the average 11-year-old. I wasn&apost getting any of the vitamins or minerals that I needed.

My mum took me to the doctors and I was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with anorexia.

I was treated by doctors who re-fuelled my body and I saw psychiatrists and nutritionist who helped me understand my eating disorder.

After six weeks I was discharged and headed home to try and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

Eve now runs 'Not Plant Based' - a website devoted to changing perceptions of unhealthy and healthy foods. Image: the Sun. Source:Whimn

Clean-eating bloggers need to take responsibility

Now, two years on I am happy and healthy and eat what the hell I want - but I will be forever furious with the unqualified Instagram stars who told me what to eat - despite being unqualified.

The clean-eating accounts I followed had zero authority to be telling me and other young women what to eat - yet because they had loads of followers and posted pretty pictures of healthy-looking meals, I believed they were right.

I cannot stress enough how wrong this is.

Following a clean-eating diet doesn&apost mean you get all the nutrients you need.

We are literally going to end up with a generation of women with osteoporosis because they didn&apost get enough calcium to keep their bones strong while following a diet which deprives them of diary and essential amino acids by cutting out vital food groups.

It just makes me so livid.

I will say it until I&aposm blue in the face - I believe clean-eating bloggers like like Madeleine Shaw and Natasha Corrett, who both say they believe in moderation and balance - need to stand up and take responsibility before it&aposs too late.

They are ruining people&aposs lives - and these accounts need to be banned and we need to stop scaremongering people into being too scared to eat normal food.

People need to stop going to Instagram for advice and look to nutritionists instead.

But government campaigns telling us we need to eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day are just as bad - we need more manageable goal.

There&aposs too much anxiety and worry around food - eating bread, meat and dairy never gave anyone cancer.

Eve Simmons runs Not Plant Based - a website helping troubled eaters.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.


'Clean Eating Gave Me Anorexia'

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Eve Simmons, 27, thinks "clean-eating" Instagram pages are to blame for many eating disorders. Image: The Sun Source:Whimn

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Nigella Lawson&aposs right - trendy fad diets are a cover-up for eating disorders.

I know because I&aposve spent the last two years recovering from an eating disorder that nearly killed me - and it all began when I started "clean-eating."

TV chef Nigella told a group of students at a lecture in Toronto this weekend that “we live in an age of fads" and admitted being disgusted by the idea of clean eating - as it suggests other foods are "dirty."

And I am SO glad to see someone finally speaking sense about this.

Like Nigella, I agree that people are using clean eating - a range of diets which focus on cutting out certain fats, sugars and animal products - as a way to hide their eating disorders, because it&aposs exactly what happened to me.

Cooking Queen Nigella Lawson detests the new 'clean-eating' trend. Image: Getty Source:Whimn

The "clean-eating" bloggers that started it all

I was 23 when I became obsessed with eating "healthy" foods and calorie counting, which eventually led to a diagnosis of anorexia.

I&aposd never been worried about my body before, but when I got my first job at a fashion mag I became increasingly aware of how slim all the women around me were - and how little they ate.

Chatter in the office was all centred around food, with my peers constantly discussing their weight, diets and "clean eating" recipes.

They&aposd always be trying out recipes and bringing in impressive lunches from health blogger Melissa Hemsley or Madeleine Shaw, covered in kale, quinoa and linseed.

As a young and impressionable journalist, I looked up these women - so I&aposd go home and make the exact same thing for the next day. I wanted to be part of the "clean-eating club", just like them.

Soon I was looking up recipes and following bloggers on Instagram myself. The more I read about "healthy" eating habits the more obsessed I got.

I started making what Instagram told me were "healthier choices", swapping dairy milk for almond milk and trying to eat less starchy carbs.

I was so obsessed with these health bloggers I did exactly what they all said - and suddenly it was like a domino effect.

I stopped eating breakfast because fasting was good for the metabolism.

Then I stopped eating bread because gluten was the spawn of the devil.

A month later I decided to go vegan and gave up all dairy - milk, butter, cheese, yogurt and eggs.

I was obsessed with talking about it, and I𠆝 preach to anyone who would listen about the amount of added sugar in bog-standard lunches.

To everyone else I could pretend my fad diets were for health reasons - which was true to begin with.

But it quickly became more important to me that I was eating as few calories as possible and losing weight - and these diets became a great cover up so people didn&apost see how little I was eating.

I&aposd find sweet potato brownie recipes on Madeline Shaw&aposs Instagram page and then make them for my friends to try and prove to them I was eating bad stuff like brownies - but really they had about three calories in them.

The perfect cover-up for anorexia

Being vegan made it easy to turn down cake at a family party or refuse to eat mum&aposs cheesy pasta bake, and pretending to be gluten intolerant to my friends meant I didn&apost have the pressure of eating pizza with them at social occasions.

I was surviving on a diet of kale and cauliflower rice, I was malnourished, and my weight began to plummet.

Within just six months, I&aposd gone from a healthy size 8-10 to a tiny size four - and I was the same weight as the average 11-year-old. I wasn&apost getting any of the vitamins or minerals that I needed.

My mum took me to the doctors and I was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with anorexia.

I was treated by doctors who re-fuelled my body and I saw psychiatrists and nutritionist who helped me understand my eating disorder.

After six weeks I was discharged and headed home to try and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

Eve now runs 'Not Plant Based' - a website devoted to changing perceptions of unhealthy and healthy foods. Image: the Sun. Source:Whimn

Clean-eating bloggers need to take responsibility

Now, two years on I am happy and healthy and eat what the hell I want - but I will be forever furious with the unqualified Instagram stars who told me what to eat - despite being unqualified.

The clean-eating accounts I followed had zero authority to be telling me and other young women what to eat - yet because they had loads of followers and posted pretty pictures of healthy-looking meals, I believed they were right.

I cannot stress enough how wrong this is.

Following a clean-eating diet doesn&apost mean you get all the nutrients you need.

We are literally going to end up with a generation of women with osteoporosis because they didn&apost get enough calcium to keep their bones strong while following a diet which deprives them of diary and essential amino acids by cutting out vital food groups.

It just makes me so livid.

I will say it until I&aposm blue in the face - I believe clean-eating bloggers like like Madeleine Shaw and Natasha Corrett, who both say they believe in moderation and balance - need to stand up and take responsibility before it&aposs too late.

They are ruining people&aposs lives - and these accounts need to be banned and we need to stop scaremongering people into being too scared to eat normal food.

People need to stop going to Instagram for advice and look to nutritionists instead.

But government campaigns telling us we need to eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day are just as bad - we need more manageable goal.

There&aposs too much anxiety and worry around food - eating bread, meat and dairy never gave anyone cancer.

Eve Simmons runs Not Plant Based - a website helping troubled eaters.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.


'Clean Eating Gave Me Anorexia'

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Eve Simmons, 27, thinks "clean-eating" Instagram pages are to blame for many eating disorders. Image: The Sun Source:Whimn

Eve used her vegan and gluten-free diet as a way to mask her frightening eating disorder.

Nigella Lawson&aposs right - trendy fad diets are a cover-up for eating disorders.

I know because I&aposve spent the last two years recovering from an eating disorder that nearly killed me - and it all began when I started "clean-eating."

TV chef Nigella told a group of students at a lecture in Toronto this weekend that “we live in an age of fads" and admitted being disgusted by the idea of clean eating - as it suggests other foods are "dirty."

And I am SO glad to see someone finally speaking sense about this.

Like Nigella, I agree that people are using clean eating - a range of diets which focus on cutting out certain fats, sugars and animal products - as a way to hide their eating disorders, because it&aposs exactly what happened to me.

Cooking Queen Nigella Lawson detests the new 'clean-eating' trend. Image: Getty Source:Whimn

The "clean-eating" bloggers that started it all

I was 23 when I became obsessed with eating "healthy" foods and calorie counting, which eventually led to a diagnosis of anorexia.

I&aposd never been worried about my body before, but when I got my first job at a fashion mag I became increasingly aware of how slim all the women around me were - and how little they ate.

Chatter in the office was all centred around food, with my peers constantly discussing their weight, diets and "clean eating" recipes.

They&aposd always be trying out recipes and bringing in impressive lunches from health blogger Melissa Hemsley or Madeleine Shaw, covered in kale, quinoa and linseed.

As a young and impressionable journalist, I looked up these women - so I&aposd go home and make the exact same thing for the next day. I wanted to be part of the "clean-eating club", just like them.

Soon I was looking up recipes and following bloggers on Instagram myself. The more I read about "healthy" eating habits the more obsessed I got.

I started making what Instagram told me were "healthier choices", swapping dairy milk for almond milk and trying to eat less starchy carbs.

I was so obsessed with these health bloggers I did exactly what they all said - and suddenly it was like a domino effect.

I stopped eating breakfast because fasting was good for the metabolism.

Then I stopped eating bread because gluten was the spawn of the devil.

A month later I decided to go vegan and gave up all dairy - milk, butter, cheese, yogurt and eggs.

I was obsessed with talking about it, and I𠆝 preach to anyone who would listen about the amount of added sugar in bog-standard lunches.

To everyone else I could pretend my fad diets were for health reasons - which was true to begin with.

But it quickly became more important to me that I was eating as few calories as possible and losing weight - and these diets became a great cover up so people didn&apost see how little I was eating.

I&aposd find sweet potato brownie recipes on Madeline Shaw&aposs Instagram page and then make them for my friends to try and prove to them I was eating bad stuff like brownies - but really they had about three calories in them.

The perfect cover-up for anorexia

Being vegan made it easy to turn down cake at a family party or refuse to eat mum&aposs cheesy pasta bake, and pretending to be gluten intolerant to my friends meant I didn&apost have the pressure of eating pizza with them at social occasions.

I was surviving on a diet of kale and cauliflower rice, I was malnourished, and my weight began to plummet.

Within just six months, I&aposd gone from a healthy size 8-10 to a tiny size four - and I was the same weight as the average 11-year-old. I wasn&apost getting any of the vitamins or minerals that I needed.

My mum took me to the doctors and I was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with anorexia.

I was treated by doctors who re-fuelled my body and I saw psychiatrists and nutritionist who helped me understand my eating disorder.

After six weeks I was discharged and headed home to try and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

Eve now runs 'Not Plant Based' - a website devoted to changing perceptions of unhealthy and healthy foods. Image: the Sun. Source:Whimn

Clean-eating bloggers need to take responsibility

Now, two years on I am happy and healthy and eat what the hell I want - but I will be forever furious with the unqualified Instagram stars who told me what to eat - despite being unqualified.

The clean-eating accounts I followed had zero authority to be telling me and other young women what to eat - yet because they had loads of followers and posted pretty pictures of healthy-looking meals, I believed they were right.

I cannot stress enough how wrong this is.

Following a clean-eating diet doesn&apost mean you get all the nutrients you need.

We are literally going to end up with a generation of women with osteoporosis because they didn&apost get enough calcium to keep their bones strong while following a diet which deprives them of diary and essential amino acids by cutting out vital food groups.

It just makes me so livid.

I will say it until I&aposm blue in the face - I believe clean-eating bloggers like like Madeleine Shaw and Natasha Corrett, who both say they believe in moderation and balance - need to stand up and take responsibility before it&aposs too late.

They are ruining people&aposs lives - and these accounts need to be banned and we need to stop scaremongering people into being too scared to eat normal food.

People need to stop going to Instagram for advice and look to nutritionists instead.

But government campaigns telling us we need to eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day are just as bad - we need more manageable goal.

There&aposs too much anxiety and worry around food - eating bread, meat and dairy never gave anyone cancer.

Eve Simmons runs Not Plant Based - a website helping troubled eaters.

This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.


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