Your Result: Unicorn
You’re one of the few. The proud. The Normal Eaters.
Studies show that up to 75% of women have disordered eating or eating disorders. So you, my friend, are a unicorn.
A sparkly, nonjudgmental unicorn who can enjoy cake without eating the whole thing to – you know – get it out of your system before starting a new diet on Monday.
Whether you were lucky enough to grow up without dieting, or you’ve worked hard to get here, you are doing great!
But if you’d still like some added support to counteract all the food & body image negativity out there, hop onboard and grab your guide:
How to End Food Guilt – So you can enjoy food freedom and get on with your life
You’ll be joining the Cake Is Magical Wellness community, where we are all about cake. And irreverence. And serious healing. Not necessarily in that order.
Why am I offering you a guide about Food Guilt?
Because even though you’re doing well, I’ve found that traces of guilt are the last hangers-on of an unhealthy relationship with food.
Heck, I’ve had clients who thought they were all done with food rules… only to discover that they still had some.
Diet Culture dies hard, and judgmental rules about food often just morph into more subtle, hard-to-catch, beliefs.