I have another listener request episode for you! Megan Hadley returns to tackle the sensitive topic of disordered eating, including some of the common symptoms high-achieving women experience and tools about how to get help. 

Megan provides practical advice on recognizing when to seek help, offering hope for those navigating the complexities of their relationship with food and body image. Whether grappling with disordered eating or seeking to deepen your understanding, this conversation offers invaluable insights and a roadmap toward healing.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • The most common Eating Disorder in high-achieving women (6:13)
  • Megan answers, “When should someone seek help, and what might that look like?” (9:28)
  • If you know you have a problem, Megan provides insight on the best route for getting help (17:28)
  • What the “other side” of eating disorder recovery looks like (28:08)
  • Body image and what we should be striving for (40:16)
  • The Health At Every Size Movement (44:11)

Private Coaching with Andrea
Megan’s websites: Simple Nutrition Counseling and MegHadley.com
Binge Eating Disorder book
Dr. Hillary McBride on We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle
Life Without Ed, Jenni Schaefer
Project HEAL
Episode 444: How We Heal Ourselves: Recovering from Diet Culture with Megan Hadley

Book recommendations:You know how I love a good personal development book, right? I’ve compiled a list of book recommendations, as mentioned in past episodes. Check out these amazing book recommendations here. Happy reading! 

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Meg Hadley MS, RDN, LDN is a registered dietitian nutritionist who is on mission to help women become more nutrition and body confident so that they can enjoy life more and make a bigger impact on the world. She does this through her coaching program, Becoming Body Confident and through her private practice, Simple Nutrition, in Greensboro, NC.

Meg is also a wife and a mom to two girls. She's an enneagram 5, an introvert who loves reading, french fries, good wine, fashion, naps and Jesus…not necessarily in that order.