Feed Yourself: Step Away from the Lies of Diet Culture and into Your Divine Design

by Leslie Schilling, RDN

Diet culture is a system of oppression that values only certain types of bodies and equates thinness with health. It permeates American society and even lurks in our safest spaces, such as schools, medical offices, and places of worship. But when you begin to see its lies for what they are, you can fight back, build resilience and self-esteem, and trust your divine design.

Leslie Schilling has counseled hundreds of people every year who struggle with food, body image, chronic dieting, and disordered eating. She helps them understand diet-culture myths, fight the lies we’ve been told (and sold), and discover the truth about health, well-being, and how God sees our bodies—all bodies—as good.

In Feed Yourself, you’ll learn how to:
– Identify the lies of diet culture.
– Understand that health is far more than what we eat or how we move.
– Escape the shame and guilt you may feel about your body.
– Trust your body and recognize its cues and needs.
– Find freedom in food and learn to define health on your own terms.