Lime, Basil and Berry Sorbet

by Sarah Graham Cooks in:Preparation Time: 10 min Freezing Time: 30min Serves: 4 Ingredients 3 cups frozen mixed berries 1 cup double thick Greek yoghurt 2 Tbsp chopped fresh basil Zest and juice of 1 lime 2-3 Tbsp raw honey What to do Blend the ingredients together in a blender/smoothie maker, and eat immediately, or […]

The Truth about Bloating in Recovery

by beautybeyondbones Alright, truth time. There’s an elephant in the room, and it has to do with refeeding in recovery. And that, my friends, is bloating. This is an uncomfortable topic to talk about, because it has to do with body image. During recovery, we’re working on accepting our new body and learning to love […]

Courgette, Kale and Spelt Grain Bowl

This herby courgette and spelt grain bowl topped with a perfectly poached egg is packed full of flavour yet so quick and simple to make – perfect for a quick lunch or easy dinner. I helped to develop this recipe with the chefs at the Waitrose Cookery School for a Waitrose/Alpro health day focusing on […] […]

How Does God Feel About Mental Illness?

by Catherine Townsend-Lyon | Tony Roberts last week, Tony began a subscriber survey that has thus far proven very fruitful. He learned more about who his readers are and what they are looking for when they visit Delight In Disorder…  “Some of the most revealing content came from the comments provided in the “other” category. When […]

“No Fatties”: When Health Care Hurts

note : swear word replaced A fat person walking into a doctor’s office can expect lectures, condescension, and misdiagnoses from a medical culture that chalks every health issue up to weight. Kasey Smith began gaining weight as a teenager. The numbers on the scale started increasing overnight, and no matter how few calories she consumed, […]

Accepting death

Originally posted on the girl in pink:
I’ve recently been asked by multiple people how I stay so positive while going through something so difficult and challenging. If I’m being completely honest, the answer is quite simple- accepting that death may come a little sooner than you had once anticipated. I know death is a…