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I love popcorn. It’s my guilty pleasure. I eat a pretty low-sugar diet. Until I walk into a movie theater. It’s awful. The worst part is, I will see anything. Someone can say, “Do you want to go see a movie?” My answer is immediately, “Yes.” It doesn’t matter what; I don’t wait to hear what they want to see. I’m not a movie buff. I’m a popcorn junkie. As someone relatively informed about her health, I know what they sell at the theater is wildly bad for me. I do not care. I eat it with reckless abandon. I’ll double down on exercise classes and be even more careful about what I eat to accommodate my vice.
But there is a healthier way to indulge in a little popcorn. You do have to make it yourself. I can even skip it at the movies if I know I have one of these full-flavor recipes waiting for me. I also feel more balanced and more fit to lead when I skip the double butter at the theater and make one of these healthier and yummier recipes. There are three great reasons to love these recipes: as a healthy-option treat, a healthy alternative and as a quick fix for guests.
With a little more effort than unfolding a microwave bag and pressing “start,” for new a healthy, yummy treat, these results are amazing.
If you’re just looking for an alternative to pouring on the butter, binging on Smartfood or snacking on Cheetos, these are great alternatives.
Finally, this is way more fun than chips and dip or hummus and carrots. It’s yummy and a healthy alternative to chips and salsa. It’s also novel and unexpected after how many bowls of hummus. The ingredients keep, so you can have them on hand to feed an impromptu party or a friend who’s coming over just to hang out with a little more care than throwing down dip and not too much more effort. You’ll have happy, healthy guests.
You will need the right toys. I think of kitchen gadgets, tools and equipment as “kitchen toys.” These items are not strictly necessary to make popcorn. You can use a pot and oil. They are necessary if you want to make popcorn without any additional fat and super helpful to reduce the fat in the topping. Again, these choices are yours.
You’ll need an air popper. These come in two forms, countertop and microwave. The countertop models run between about $19-$37.00 and the microwave models start at $8.99.
The other gadget is less essential but helpful. An oil mister will set you back about $7 and not only evenly disperses the topping, it allows you to use a lot less. Alternatively, there are now olive oils that are sold as sprays and intended to be used directly on food (not as cooking sprays). They are 100% olive oil and come in flavors like chili, garlic and truffle oil, which is super fun for popcorn and one spray is 15 calories. These are a great option to help make your popcorn healthier.
Basic Popcorn Recipe for air popper:
½ cup kernels*
Add to air popper. Have a bowl ready. Enjoy.
*Air poppers generally have a cup at the top for melting butter. This also double as the perfect size for the amount of popcorn needed. It measures to approximately ½ cup.
1 Recipe Popcorn
2-3 pumps/sprays truffle oil spray, such as Mantova Spray Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Truffle or truffle oil from an oil mister
1/3 cup parmesan cheese
Chives, fresh, to taste, chopped from 1 small bunch
Especially if you use the spray, this healthy and yummy recipe is a great alternative to so many junk foods, and it is a huge hit with guests. If you don’t use the spray, truffle oil sounds extravagant but it’s olive-oil based, many grocery stores carry it, a small bottle costs about $12, and a little goes a long way. If you don’t have a mister, it drizzle a small amount and toss. Parmesan is a hard cheese that is relatively low in fat, so it’s a great choice in small quantities.
Prepare popcorn. Spray oil. Toss with cheese. Toss chives. Enjoy!
1 Recipe Popcorn
2 pumps/sprays garlic olive oil spray or garlic-infused olive oil from an oil mister
2 tablespoons parmesan cheese, more to taste
¾ teaspoon oregano
Sun dried tomatoes, to taste, diced
Make popcorn. Spray with oil, toss. Add cheese, toss. Spring in oregano and sundried tomatoes, toss.
For an even lower fat option and a different variation, you can try a butter-flavored spray, a ½ teaspoon of garlic powder and replace the parmesan with ½ cup shredded fat-free mozzarella (more if you like it cheesy).
1 Recipe Popcorn
½ c Wasabi Peas, more or less to preference
1 Package Seaweed Snacks (Suggested: Sea Salt, Chili or Wasabi) snack strips
2 tsp Wasabi Powder
2 Sprays Olive Oil Spray, toss, such as Mantova Extra Virgin Oil Spray (enough to get the seasonings to stick)
2 tsp sea salt
3 TBS Brummel and Brown yogurt butter
1 TBS Soy Sauce
Make the popcorn. Add or skip as many of the add-ins as you like here. If you’re using the spray, spray and toss. Then sprinkle all over with the wasabi powder and sea salt, and toss again. The peas will be heavier than the popcorn, so toss the seaweed in first. Then gently sprinkle the peas over top. If you’re using the yogurt butter, combine the yogurt butter, soy sauce and wasabi powder and microwave. Allow to cool slightly. Yogurt butter isn’t as thick as oil ,and it can make the popcorn damp, especially in this combination, so I recommend putting a little in the bottom on the bowl and mixing it in and gently pouring the rest around – avoid dumping it on when both are hot if you can. Add the seaweed, gently mix. Sprinkle peas on top.
So for your next movie night in, the next time you have guest or two or three, or you’re just looking for a little healthy treat, get out a bowl, pick out your toppings and enjoy!
I first learned about Jennifer Fishkind in my sorority magazine. (They’re actually worth reading. Who knew?). I was dying to know how she had grown her blog site to more than two million readers a month and her Pinterest following to 3.5 million, and where she came up with the name “Princess Pinky Girl,” so I contacted her, honestly, not thinking anything would come of it. She responded immediately, and I had the opportunity to talk to her and learn about her life as a busy mom, entrepreneur and Pinterest rock star:
I really fell into this, and I was also lucky. After working in the not for profit space for twenty years, I wanted to be home with my kids. I knew I wanted to do something on my own, but I was not sure what it was. I was an early Pinterest fan, and while planning a Bar Mitzvah, I became obsessed! I really realized the power of Pinterest as a social media site. Suddenly, I found myself with a large following for the boards I was creating, and I started thinking this was something I could really do, and Princess Pinky Girl was born. When I started, I didn’t know exactly what direction it was going to take, but I decided to have faith in myself. I think my success comes from the fact that I love what I do, but also comes from my willingness to network constantly. I talked to anyone who would talk to me about how to grow the site. I love making connections, and I have formed really great relationships through all my networking.
I don’t know! I remember getting a Cinderella book at a birthday party in preschool, and I read it until it was falling apart. I love the story, and hey, she obviously had a really pretty blue dress! If Cinderella were to write a blog post, it would for sure be a DIY blog post of how to make her own clothes (definitely with glitter). In general, all the Disney princesses are strong women. Especially with the newer ones, they don’t wait for someone to save them, they save themselves.
Authenticity! Being authentic is how you keep them engaged and also how you get them in the first place. When I started, my posts were just about the things that I truly loved. On my website, I try to stick to recipes and crafts that follow the “If I can do it, so can you.” model. For example, I’m not a great baker, but I try to inspire people, and always keep it real. I never pretend to be anything that I’m not. I don’t try to be Martha Stewart or anyone else other than me! In the end though, it’s all about the image you create. If you dont have a good image its not going sell.
For sure! I had a really great job and job security, and I had worked so hard to get there, but I took that leap of faith. I think I got lucky. Looking back though I wonder what took me so long to start it, but I’m so happy that I did. I just really trusted myself. The blogging world is a crazy world, but the key to it is finding the people who understand the benefits to working together and growing with each other. Unfortunately, there are still some people out there who believe that we can’t all work in the same space.
When I hired, I was never looking just for the people who had the internships and the experience, but instead, I was looking for fit – the right person for the job. It’s so important to go out and meet people and be the face of the organization you represent like old school fundraising did. Especially with today’s generation, we rely on the internet and social media, and especially when you’re trying to fundraise a face to face is so much more effective. I looked for someone who understood the numbers and who was motivated by goals and exceeding those goals. In the end, those analytics really matter. It’s the same now looking for when is best to post, and how to play the online media game.
I learned the importance of networking and getting along with people and working together. It always applies, because there will be times even in an office where you’re not going to love or like everyone but you need to work with everyone.
A lot of times, I’m not confident. I think as women, we all question ourselves, but I reflect on what I’ve done. I’ve raised 3 boys into amazing young men. I’ve been a great mom, and I’ve built good career for herself and her family. Being able to build something from nothing has been a big confidence booster, and reminds me, with passion and determination, there isn’t anything that we can’t do!
I work all day, and I’m always on the computer. When you own your own business, you really can’t turn it off. It’s a hard balance working at home, but I’ve been able to balance. I’ve learned to stop when I need to, so I can be there with my kids, and sometimes it’s more life and less work, and sometimes it’s more work and less life. I never thought it would be so hard to manage time working for myself, but it really is hard to have balance. I have really made it work though.
For sure! I feel like the luckiest person in the world. Who gets to play online all day and get paid for it? I feel like I hit the jackpot!
She’s Fit To Lead is about being empowering and being all that you can be. It’s a path to allow women to build their resume not just as a worker but also as a person. To become Fit to Lead, you need to start with something that you love, and grow with it. You become a strong leader by being passionate and showing people how passionate you are. That passion will shine through and people will be inspired and want to feel the passion that you’re feeling.
Thank you Jennifer. We feel your passion, and we’re inspired! Welcome to our Fit List.
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I went to French culinary school. People ask me often if I cook a lot. I don’t come home after a long day and make myself coq-au-vin. I don’t prepare cassoulet after a busy day. I’m not in my kitchen at 10 o’clock on a Wednesday putting the finishing touches on blanquette de veau. These dishes are delicious, decadent delights. And I do occasionally make those dishes. On Saturday, I made Pots de Crème with Riesling-Poached Grapes for a dinner party. These little desserts are divine. The recipe also calls for 2 ¼ cups of heavy cream. The active time took me over 40 minutes and with baking and chilling, the total time for the recipe is over 5 hours and 40 minutes. Just the pots de crème (without the poached grapes) have approximately 417 calories per serving. It’s a wonderful indulgence. It’s not something to make or eat everyday.
Most nights I do cook for myself and finding a balanced meal between veal in cream sauce and eating yogurt for dinner keeps me fit to lead. I would like to make myself a three-course dinner with a side and a salad or a healthy soup, but even if it were very healthy, doing that every night, my jeans wouldn’t fit day after day. Also, when I come in the door at eight or nine o’clock, I want dinner right away. So if I haven’t made something in advance, some night I do something I call “fixing the freezer.” I take a veggie burger base of some kind and I add something to it. I like ones where you can actually add something you have cooked best. My preference is low-sugar eating so I always skip the bun. These burgers are pretty low in fat, calories and carbohydrates so you can add a lot if you’re skipping the bun trying to make a meal. Here are a few of my favorite fixes.
Veggie with an Egg Top
1 Plain or “Breakfast” veggie burger
2-4 tablespoons salsa
1 45-calorie thin-slice cheddar cheese
Non-stick cooking spray
Suggested Directions: Microwave the veggie patty. While it’s cooking, spray a skillet with non-stick cooking spray, heat and crack and egg in the pan. Cook the egg. The burger and the egg may finish at roughly the same time. When they do, layer the cheese, then the egg and spoon the salsa on top.
Bacon, soy or turkey
Suggested Directions: Cook burger. Cook bacon to taste or package instructions. I prefer to do turkey bacon in a skillet but it can be done in the microwave or the over. I’m not a vegetarian anymore, so I have no problem mixing meat and soy. For those looking for a strict veggie meal, try a veggie product that can be done in the microwave when your burger is done. Layer lettuce, tomato, bacon, or lettuce, bacon, tomato or to taste.
California Turkey Burgers
1 “Turkey” veggie burger
Suggested Assembly: Cook burger. Layer avocado, tomato, lettuce and sprouts according to taste.
1 tomato-basil veggie burger
1 slice fresh mozzarella cheese or 1 40 calorie thin-slice mozzarella cheese
1 slice tomato
1 basil, sliced to top
Suggested Assembly: Cook burger. Slice basil. Layer cheese, tomato and top with chiffonade of basil.
1 plain veggie burger
Low Fat, Fat Free or Zero Calorie Thousand Island Dressing
1 slice 45 calorie thin cheese
No sugar pickles
Red onion, sliced
Optional, one slice turkey or soy bacon
Suggested Directions: Cook burger and bacon according to taste. Spread dressing on the patty. Top with cheese. Top with pickles. Add slice of onion.
It is not cassoulet, but at eight o’clock on a weekday night, these are filling, balanced dinners that leave me feeling refreshed after and recharged both in mind and body because I am nourished, satisfied and feel fit to lead!
 Recipe available at Epicurious, Christensen, Ashley. “Pots De Crème with Riesling-Poached Grapes.” Epicurious. Bon Appétit, Sept. 2011. Web. 24 Feb. 2016. <http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/pots-de-creme-with-riesling-poached-grapes-367175>.
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Veganism (n): refrainment from consuming animal products, not only meat but also eggs, dairy products and other animal-derived substances.
Ahhhhh, veganism. Growing up in L.A., I was very much used to going to unique and versatile restaurants that accommodated nearly every diet that exists. I discovered my personal dietary restrictions fairly recently, around the same time I started to realize the benefits of clean eating. I knew what veganism was, but I never really thought much about it, other than “I could never do that, nor would I ever want to.”
And of course, I had my misconceptions and personal judgments about the practice of vegan eating. And after plenty of research and consulting with people who follow the diet, I realized that most of my thoughts about the practice are completely false. So here they are, the 5 most common vegan misconceptions, finally put to rest:
1. Every vegan that exists will forever try to shove veganism down your throat.
I just kind of assumed this is what it was like. I can’t speak for vegans, and I can’t speak for anyone who knows one. Some vegans are truly just passionate about their ways of life and I’m sure they aren’t trying to make you feel bad about what you put in your mouth. Just like in politics, you may or may not agree with the message, but it is your right it to be heard. (And based on personal encounters, my vegan best friend does not gag and does not sulk when I eat eggs. It doesn’t happen. She doesn’t yell at me about baby chickens.)
2. Being vegan won’t allow you to receive the proper nutrients.
I feel like this is definitely the most important one. This is completely false. Meat is not your only source of protein. Milk is not your only source of calcium. It will definitely takes research to truly solidify a proper vegan food pyramid, but it is nowhere near impossible! It just takes a little effort. Need protein? Substitute beans, nuts, soybean sprouts. Not only that, but the food industry is always evolving. All it takes is willingness to explore. Imitation chicken nuggets exist. And they are freakin’ delicious.
3. Vegan cooking is too difficult.
4. It’s impossible to eat out as a vegan.
The people I’ve spoken to confirm that eating out really is the hardest part of being vegan- but who doesn’t like a little challenge? Restaurants all around the world are now accommodating so many different food lifestyles. Substitutions can always be made. There will always be healthy alternatives! I recently went out to a Mexican Restaurant that was completely 100% organic & vegan. Safe to say it was probably some of the best Mexican food I’ve ever had! I cannot utter this enough: it’s about exploration.
5. Vegan food isn’t good.
Have you tried fake chicken nuggets? Or Vegan celebration roast? Or vegan enchiladas? Didn’t think so. Don’t knock it till you try it!
P.S. : Ben and Jerrys just came out with dairy-free ice cream.
P.P.S: Oreos are vegan. Yes.
And so I’ll leave you with this: I am not a vegan. I never have been. But once I became informed, I began to respect their dedication much more and began to ditch my old ways of thinking of all the things wrong with being a vegan and started focusing on all the benefits it can bring into your life. We fetishize food so much in this world. Once we realize that food is fuel, we can change the way we look at food and truly see and respect all that we wish to put into our bodies. So whether you’re a vegan or a carnivore, cherish your body and give it what it needs. It’ll thank you later.
Shout out to Erica, Eliza, and Nicole for inspiring this article. I love you.
It’s four o’clock on Tuesday afternoon. You worked out during lunch, or maybe you just worked through it. There’s leftover pizza. You have a yogurt. The pizza is so tempting; it’s right there, and you can even eat it cold. Yogurt is a quick, healthy, choice. You could order something. Pizza may be quick, but it’s really not a healthy choice. Yogurt is quick and healthy, but you feel like you eat so much yogurt. Healthy, high-flavor, delivery options when you’re in a hurry are hard to find. Put down the pizza box, the spoon and the phone; there are better options.
I leave early in the morning, and I come home late a lot. I like to leave myself a snack or a light dinner to avoid finishing up that leftover pizza my coworkers left out, eating one more Greek yogurt, or ordering delivery. It’s a small act of self care that helps me lead a balanced lifestyle. I also like having a quick, healthy recipe I can make in minutes if I haven’t made anything for myself in advance. Either way, I feel confident knowing I’m taking care of myself; I’m eating to lead with healthy, fresh food.
One set of ingredients offers me three healthy, yummy choices with three healthy preparations of Turkey Cobb Salad Wraps.
1 6-inch Low Carb Wrap
3 Slices Light/Lean or Thin Slice Low Sodium Smoked Turkey
¼ Avocado, sliced
1 Hard Boiled Egg, Chopped
1-2 Slices Turkey Bacon
2-3 Tomato Slices
2-4 Lettuce Leaves
1 teaspoon light mayonnaise mixed with Sriracha
or Fat-Free Blue Cheese Dressing
I love this healthy recipe. It’s very high in protein and low in sugar. You can adjust the veggies as much as you like. The wrap just needs to close. The only thing that needs to be cooked is the turkey bacon, and you can even do that in the microwave. Many supermarkets carry hard boiled eggs. For a little extra flavor and a little extra kick, I mix a just a teaspoon of light mayonnaise with Sriracha; I like spice. If you prefer a Cobb salad flavor profile that includes blue cheese, you might use a little bit of fat free blue cheese dressing.
Turkey Cobb Pinwheels
My favorite version is the turkey Cobb salad pinwheels. They’re quick, healthy and yummy. If you slice the wrap into six, these are approximately 45 calories a piece. Pop them into a container and you have a quick bite, a 100-calorie snack, or a meal if you eat them all.
Cobb Salad Lettuce Wraps
I also really like the lettuce wrap. It’s high protein, almost no carbs and it’s a great alternative to another typical wrap or sandwich. It’s crisp, it’s light, and you can make it as big or as small as you want depending on the size of the leaf. Have a nibble or choose a large leaf and make a light meal. It leaves me feeling fresh, balanced and fit.
There’s nothing wrong with a classic. The most obvious version is an actual wrap. A 6-inch low carb wrap isn’t a bad option. Split in half, this makes a good snack.
When I start my day walking my dog at 6:15 AM before I go to barre class and launch into a full day or on days when I come home late, I find some balance and enjoy a little peace when I know a healthy dinner or snack will be waiting for me. When the day starts early and ends late, I stay focused with a high-protein pinwheel or two. One these days, the food I choose takes care of my mind and body. It’s a pretty good return for an investment of ten minutes of my time plus grocery shopping!
 Nutritional estimates calculated by Super Tracker at https://www.supertracker.usda.gov/myrecipe.aspx and also at also at Calorie Counter http://www.caloriecount.com/cc/recipe_analysis.php
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We have all been there, craving something to eat before dinner or before a workout, and you don’t want to have a full meal. Well luckily these 10 snacks below are small and satisfying enough to hold you over, but better than that, they won’t take your calorie count over the limit. Some of them are just the perfect touch to hit your sweet spot!
1) Turkey Roll:
2 slices smoked turkey rolled up dipped in 2 teaspoons of honey mustard
2) Veggies and Hummus:
12 baby carrots with 2 tablespoons of hummus for dipping
3) Peanut Butter and Apple:
1/2 apple sliced and dipped into 1/2 tablespoon all natural peanut butter
4) Peanut Butter and Celery:
1 medium celery stick with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter for dipping
1/3 cup boiled edamame with 1 teaspoon soy sauce
7) Chocolate Banana
1/2 frozen banana dipped in 2 teaspoons of melted dark chocolate
8) Berry Mixture:
1 cup mixed berries (raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and/or blackberries) mixed with 1 tablespoon of freshly squeezed orange juice (you can blend this into a smoothie!)
9) Yogurt Smoothie:
1/4 cup vanilla Greek yogurt, 1/3 cup sliced banana, and 1 handful ice, blended together
10) Juice Smoothie:
1/4 cup each; pineapple juice, orange juice, and apple juice, blended together with some ice
Surprised that all of these snacks are under 100 calories? Well don’t be, because they are! At home or on the go these low calorie snacks are a perfect fix to fill you up for a little while still leaving room for dinner! How confident does that make you feel?
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This recipe first appeared on Melanie’s website Wholly Nourished, www.wholly-nourished.com. When she shared it with us, we knew we had to share it with you! Yum!!
This smoothie is a game changer. I’m not kidding when I called it a “Brownie Batter” smoothie bowl. It literally tastes like a brownie in smoothie form. Growing up, my mom used to make the best fudgey and chocolatey brownies with coconut, pecans, and extra chocolate chips on top. Despite that I am now gluten free and try to avoid refined sugars and saturated fats, I still crave those brownies, so I would definitely say that my mom’s brownies are the source of inspiration for this recipe.
If you are a (dark) chocaholic, then I promise that you will love this smoothie bowl- it’s rich, creamy, and dreamy. And the best part? It’s made with all whole ingredients and no refined sugars! Boom. You may be skeptical about the addition of black beans to this recipe, but I’m telling you, they are what make this recipe, plus they add extra protein and fiber. You can’t lose! But anyways, I will let the pictures and the recipe speak for itself. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do =)
Place all ingredients except the coconut and dark chocolate in a blender. Blend until smooth and creamy. Garnish with coconut and dark chocolate or any other desired topping.
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In honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, I wanted to inform you about one of the most overlooked mental illnesses. By elementary school, 40-60% of girls are already concerned with their body image and worried about gaining weight. Our society likes to place their own judgements on this disorder, but I’m here to tell you the sad truth of an eating disorder.
It is life threatening:
Anorexia is actually the number one cause of death amongst mental illnesses. The health consequences of an eating disorder include loss of bone density (osteoporosis), hair loss, abnormally slow heart rate, and many more. Without the correct treatment this can sadly lead to death very quickly.
It’s not a choice:
Nobody wakes up one morning and thinks to themselves, “Hey! I think I’m going to develop an eating disorder today.” People tend to neglect the fact that an eating disorder is a mental illness. It is NOT something we pick for ourselves. We don’t lose weight to get attention. We do it because there is a voice inside our heads telling us to do so.
It can not be beat alone:
If you or someone you know is dealing with an eating disorder, please know that it is a battle that can not be fought alone. It is a life altering experience, and every ounce of encouragement and support counts. From my experience with my disorder, I am forever grateful for the people who have stayed by my side through this. I honestly would not have gotten this far without them.
It’s not all about food:
Many people unaware of the disorder tend to think that it’s just “not eating,” but that is completely false. Eating disorders come in many variations, and that is why they can be so easily ignored. There are people who like going to the gym, and then there are those affected by an eating disorder who use exercising as a form of purging. The exercise can become obsessive and can get in the way of your daily life.
The term “Anorexia” is not a term to be used loosely:
From someone who is currently suffering from an eating disorder, I ask that this word not be used as a joke. Just as you wouldn’t tell a bald person they look like they have cancer, you shouldn’t tell a thin person they look anorexic. Being told, “You look so thin,” can be very nice to hear, but being told that you’re going to blow away in the wind is not a compliment.
Eating Disorders are not tied to a certain body type:
Despite popular belief, eating disorders don’t just affect thin people. Though the physical conditions may vary, the emotional thoughts can be very similar. Just because a person may be considered overweight by society’s judgement doesn’t mean their illness should be overlooked.
The Disorder does not walk alone:
An eating disorder is much more than meets the eye. Along with the food restriction, purging, and exercise come many other symptoms. Sadly patients with an eating disorder also suffer from distorted body image, low self-esteem, anxiety, and isolation. This takes a very big toll on a person’s social life, and even in recovery, the emotional aspect of the disorder is usually the last to go.
If you or someone you know is suffering with an eating disorder, the National Eating Disorders Association (nationaleatingdisorders.org) supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care. Call their toll free, confidential Helpline at 1-800-931-2237. In addition, Project HEAL funds inpatient, residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment for applicants suffering from an eating disorder who want to recover but cannot afford treatment. Go to http://theprojectheal.org/apply-for-grants/our-scholarship-progra/ for information about how to apply for a treatment grant OR VISIT WWW.THEPROJECTHEAL.ORG
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