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We are so pleased to announce that Nutriri* is an education partner for the movie Embrace; a movie that is funding a body image PSHE education package into UK schools.
Nutriri* is hosting screenings at
AXMINSTER Guildhall 5th Januray 2018
The Castle School TAUNTON 27th January 2018
Tacchi Morris Arts Centre TAUNTON 22nd February 2018
About Nutriri* – Eating disorders cost the UK £15bn each year; slimming clubs have 2 million members paying £5 to stand on scales – that’s £500m yearly – we believe that these facts are TOO connected and seek to change conversations.
By being the UK’s first weekly body positive club – Nutriri* is changing the diet industry ‘for good’ – we are a social enterprise (a business that will make a profit but pledge to reinvest profits) helping more people #embrace.
Check out the trailer below…
UPDATE: Here is a review of our Axminster Embrace night (5th Jan) written by my good friend Jayne from Puthill Writing Services. Continue reading “Be part of the #bodypositive revolution…”
It’s wearing a little thin isn’t it… some Body Positivity?
Lot’s of folk getting offended and letting everyone else know about it.
Previous thin-pushing profiteers jumping on the BoPo wagon in veiled attempts to re-brand themselves, as actually giving a crap about you.
Check your ego isn’t making you sound too righteous in your pursuit to effect change; a mantra I constantly visit (or is that my ego fooling me?!)
Your sense of self worth is at the mercy of share holders and their ever increasing wealth.
Our job, as a not for profit, is to help change responses to marketing campaigns that are designed to influence our ‘feel good’ spending power. By retraining responses, we believe, the marketing campaigns will have to change WITH authenticity; maybe even impacting core mission led business aims (i.e. not just operate at our expense for profit for the few)
Think of how many other industries could be for good and not just for profit.
Nutriri* is a social enterprise and has received some lottery funding to help grow a network of body positive clubs, teaching mindful eating and creating safe spaces to explore what body dis-morphia and disordered eating looks like, as a likely result of body shaming restriction diet clubs and a media obsessed, judgemental culture.
So you’re here, you’ve read a bit of the site and watched a few videos and maybe you’re thinking… ‘I can do this’ or ‘I wish i’d have thought of that’ or maybe even ‘I wish I had the confidence to do this’. Grab a brew and read on… I’ll tell you why and how we’ve got this far in changing the diet industry and where YOU come in… Continue reading “I think you have what it takes to run a Nutriri* group and build a business of your own…”
Nutriri* is so pleased to see body positivity addressed in such a mainstream setting in the UK.
The Loose Women crew launched a campaign today celebrating where each of us is at right now, instead of pushing a thin ideal. Embracing all of our ‘flaws’ and encouraging us to recognise our bodies as more than ornaments to be looked at and judged (especially by ourselves!).
It was evident throughout todays broadcast that not every presenter who took part, has complete body confidence… Continue reading “#MyBodyMyStory @LooseWomen”
Such an amazing array of restrictive diets are available from the multi-trillion dollar diet industry these days; we’re just coming through the annual frenzy to pick a new regime to stick to. Or worst still, some of us are revisiting a trusted favourite (again!); if it was that great then why the hell are we back here again?