Discussing Eating Disorders and Non-Triggering


It’s estimated that more than 30 million Americans have struggled with an eating disorder at some point over their lifetime. This often-misunderstood health issue goes beyond someone’s eating habits and infects everything from their self-esteem to their daily life tasks, such as work, family, and mental health.

Host and NASM Master Instructor Rick Richey talks about eating disorders and non-triggering with expert Abbey Griffith. She is an NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition Coach, and Eating Disorder Recoveree who has devoted her life to helping people of all ages, shapes, and sizes find a wellness routine they truly enjoy.

⏱Timestamps:
7:15 Common Misconceptions About Eating Disorders
14:00 Understanding Different Eating Disorders
18:55 How to Help & Train
40:00 Open Q&A

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