EAT.org is a Nonprofit website that revolutionizes access to Eating Disorder Resources in Europe. We offer a comprehensive platform providing a centralized hub of resources, support, and information for individuals, families, and professionals dealing with eating disorders in European countries. Our mission is to increase awareness about eating disorders and provide easy access to resources for those who need them.
Eating disorders are complex and require a multidisciplinary approach. At EAT.org, we aim to provide a comprehensive platform offering resources, support, and information for individuals, families, and professionals dealing with eating disorders in European countries. Our team consists of experts in the field of eating disorders, including dieticians, psychologists, and medical professionals. We collaborate with various partners and organizations to ensure that our resources are up to date and evidence-based. Our goal is to empower individuals and families affected by eating disorders and provide them with the tools they need to recover.
Eating disorders are critical but treatable mental and physical illnesses that can affect people of all ages, genders, races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, body shapes, and weights. In Europe alone, it is estimated 20 million people suffer from eating disorders. While it is undiscovered exactly what causes eating disorders, a growing consensus suggests that it is a range of biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors.
In Europe, there is a lack of centralized, comprehensive resources and support specifically tailored to European countries regarding eating disorders. Therefore, EAT.org aims to educate, provide, raise awareness and prevent eating disorders across European countries.
At EAT.org, we believe that collaboration is key to achieving our mission. We partner with various organizations, including eating disorder clinics, mental health organizations, and non-profits to ensure that our resources are comprehensive and up-to-date. We are grateful for the support of our partners and donors, who help us to provide easy access to eating disorder resources for those who need them.
We would like to thank The Body Positive Institute and NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association). We have taken inspiration from The Body Positive Institute's training, resources, and the NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association) treatment providers and resources most widely available in the United States of America.