We understand that adapting your practice to a weight inclusive, non-diet approach can be a challenging process.

Most of the resources available to healthcare professionals, while useful and evidence based, can be guilty of contributing to the weight-centric model we’re trying to distance ourselves from!

This is particularly an issue with hand-outs and resources designed for clients, as they can conflict with the non-diet approach and create a roadblock to effective care.

To address this, we’ve developed a series of downloadable e-books and accompanying webinars which give an overview of a range of clinical conditions, taking an evidence-informed, weight- inclusive, non-diet lens.

We've got guides to help you when seeing clients with any of the following:

  • gestational diabetes
  • irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • pregnancy
  • fertility
  • hypothalamic amenorrhoea (HA)
  • non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)
  • insulin resistance
  • cholesterol.

How Does it Work?

For each topic, we’ve done an extensive literature review, sifting through current guidelines and the latest evidence. From there, we’ve applied a non-diet, weight inclusive lens to bring you:

  • training for yourself on the condition and how to implement care in a weight inclusive way
  • access to commonly asked questions by clinicians like you
  • a short set of notes with key things for you to remember
  • a downloadable e-book containing everything you'd want your client to know that you can give them to take away

Each module is self-paced - listen and watch the webinar in your own time and at your own speed. You then have access to all of the resources which you can download and print at home.

Each topic is available to buy individually, so if you’d like to pick & choose, go right ahead! We've also bundled some together with discounts, so that if you want to access more you can do this more cheaply.

This pack includes:

  • Lifetime access to a webinar covering the pathophysiology, aetiology & assessment of HA (including how to tell whether period loss is due to PCOS or HA or something else), current guidelines, plus advice on ways people can support their body to help get their periods back whatever the cause.

  • Access to a Q&A document where we've covered some commonly asked questions relating to management (such as what counts as having period back and how HA recovery differs from eating disorder recovery)

  • A client-ready e-book where we walk through the condition, outline nutrition recommendations (including a focus on when and how, not only what and how much), and highlighting things for clients to be aware of (e.g.the ways in which movement, or body size/shape worries can contribute to stress that can contribute to period loss) and supportive strategies they can try like movement, sleep, rest and stress management, which can help contribute to HA recovery.

  • An accompanying clinician’s guide that gives you some tips and tricks for implementing a helpful eating structure and guidance on how to approach movement from a caring, not punitive, perspective and some considerations for best practice

Example Curriculum

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