Autism, Anorexia, and Metabolism
Is metabolism a possible connector of autism and anorexia? To date, there is meager scientific evidence of the role that metabolism plays in neurodiversity and eating disorders separately, much less the role it plays...View Episode
No Food Rules? Popular ED Recovery Advice That Does NOT Work For Autistic People
You see the message everywhere: if you want to recover from an eating disorder, you have to let go of all the rules around food! While this may sound like the ultimate form of food freedom, it can hinder...View Episode
Mindful Eating? Popular ED Recovery Advice That Does NOT Work For Autistic People
Today's episode explores why the popular eating disorder recovery advice to "eat mindfully" is not always accessible to neurodivergent individuals in recovery from disordered eating. You'll learn about a...View Episode
Creating Relationships Built on Trust and Safety in Eating Disorder Treatment w/ Harriet Frew
What’s the BEST treatment for eating disorders? In this episode of the Liv Label Free Podcast, Livia chats with Harriet Frew about the importance of creating relationships built on trust and safety. Harriet Frew is a...View Episode
Finding Your Purpose After An Eating Disorder w/ Jemma Richards @lovethisfoodthing
What does life look like after an eating disorder? Today, Livia chats with Jemma Richards, the creator and host of the Love This Food Thing Podcast. Her podcast pivots on the premise Is food friend or foe? and delves...View Episode
Autism or OCD? How to tell the difference!
How can you tell whether a behavior is stemming from OCD or autism? In this episode, Livia Sara explains the difference between OCD behaviors and autistic traits. Rainbow Girl:...View Episode
Watch Out for this Fake Recovery Coach! Flourish with Ciandra is LYING to you.
In a space that’s supposed to be centered around trust and transparency, it was shocking to discover that the eating disorder recovery coach Ciandra Birnbaum steals copyrighted content, tries to block people from...View Episode
When food has to “make sense” (a common cause of eating disorders in autistic people)
Do you or an autistic person you care for require that food “make sense”? In today’s episode, Livia breaks down the meaning of this popular phrase among autistic people with eating disorders and how this understanding...View Episode