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ED Matters

By Gurze/Salucore

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ED Matters: The Gurze/Salucore podcast airing once a week where we interview the top experts in the field of eating disorders, sharing information for individuals recovering from eating disorders, their loved ones, clinicians in the field, and other individuals, professional or otherwise seeking to learn about eating disorders. Healthy conversations about eating disorders.

Customer Reviews

Love this podcast!

I am an eating disorders therapist and I stumbled on this gem by chance. This is such a wonderful podcast both for professionals treating those with ED and even for those suffering with ED to take a listen to. The existence of this podcast is so important to the promotion of the ED world and getting help and resources out there. Don’t stop what you’re doing!!


I’m a CEDS certified therapist who owns a small group practice specialized in the treatment of eating disorders. I found your podcast over the summer and am so thankful for it. This has been a great addition to my routine and am very thankful and grateful for this podcast. The guests are qualified, the topics are on point with what needs to be talked on, and as a provider and supervisor, I have recommended this podcast to many. Keep it coming and would love contribute to this cause if at all possible. Keep up the great work! Clarity Counseling in northern Virginia is listening.

Atypical anorexia

I appreciate that you are talking about atypical anorexia as it’s a topic that needs to be discussed much more often, but I’m
Concerned with how it’s discussed in this episode. Stigmatizing language was used throughout and there is no mention of the impact of weight stigma or bias. There is also the implication that there is a “healthy” way to lose weight, when that does not exist. Any intentional weight loss attempts increase a persons risk of eating disorders. I appreciate the acknowledgement that people can be higher weight and malnourished, but I think there were some missed opportunities in the podcast.

ED Matters
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  • Category: Health
  • Language: English

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