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Restrictive Eating

What do we mean by Restrictive Eating?

Missing meals on purpose, controlling how much you are eating or the type of food or groups of food you eat, or even enjoying the feeling of being hungry are some of the many indicators/signals of a potential restrictive eating disorder. Restrictive eating is a term that is used for people who are often missing out on referral to a clinical practitioner since they largely appear as healthy from their overall BMI and lack of outward manifestation of any psychiatric symptoms.

Restrictive eating can be incredibly subtle and consequently difficult to diagnose. Sufferers will often try to mask their behaviour and therefore fall through the gaps in the current medical treatment.

Often starting out in adolescence, restrictive eating is more than just a phase or fad diet. It has psychological roots which if not addressed, can become a relentless cycle of learned behaviour that carries on into adulthood.

Changing your Restrictive Eating pattern

At UCU we really do understand the courage it takes for someone to reach out and make a step towards change.


Our Uniquely Created U co-founder Vanessa had a lived experience of disordered eating in her teens which she learnt to overcome through a 360 holistic approach. Working from the premise that one size does not fit all, we believe in the power of transformation through gradual, consistent change and accessing the right health practitioners and support that suits your own very personal needs and requirements. Using our 360-degree holistic approach we honour your bravery with a commitment to helping you address not just the physical aspects of restrictive eating but its emotional and psychological roots as well.

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1.25 Million

UK People with eating disorders

10,000

Children treated between Apr - Dec

66%

Treatment increase since COVID

  • Behavioural
Change Coaching
  • Nutritional Coaching
For disordered Eating
  • Movement
To promote stress release - i.e pilates