- Imogen died wanting to be thin.
After years of suffering and starvation, Imogen Brennan realised anorexia would claim her life if she didn't get help. Here, she shares her story in the hope of changing misconceptions about eating disorders.
- Intuitive eating is inversely associated with body weight status in the general population.
Thanks to The Nutrition Guru & The Chef.
"A recent study has shown that those who intuitively eat (listen to their hunger and fullness signals) and don't have a list of forbidden foods, are less likely to be overweight or obese."
- Re-examining High Fat Diets For Sports Performance
Thanks to Gabrielle Maston for this one.
"The push behind this diet is not driven by science. Nope, only by a few popular social media scientists that have driven this through anecdote and poorly designed studies."
- Carbs, Diet Cults & Broscience: A Look Into Fitness Fallibility
This is a long one, looking into critical thinking or rather the abscence of it in regard to certain theories and practices in the fitness scene.
Finally here's a nice video on The Science Of Persuasion.
As they said on the I Fucking Hate Pseudoscience page, "It's interesting how closely the minds of marketers and con artists align".