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A compelling and dynamic speaker, writer, scientist and storyteller, Dr. Bacon delivers a unique blend of academic expertise, clinical experience, and social justice advocacy, all couched in a raw honesty and compassion that touches and inspires.

Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD, co-founder of BeNourished

Books

Health at Every Size:
The Surprising Truth
About Your Weight

Any person contemplating going on a diet to lose weight should read this book first. Every health professional should absolutely read this book, read it again, and make sure their clients read it.

Glenn Gaesser, Physiologist and Author of Big Fat Lies

Radical Belonging:
How to Survive and Thrive
in an Unjust World
(and Transform it
for the Better)

Radical Belonging is my manifesto, helping us heal from the individual and collective trauma of injustice and support our transition from a culture of othering to one of belonging.

Lindo Bacon

Body Respect:
What Conventional Health Books Leave Out, Get Wrong,
or Just Plain Fail to Understand about Weight

Body Respect is a ground-breaking, dogma-busting book that will change how you think about HEALTH forever.

Christopher Kennedy Lawford Former US Health Ambassador to the United Nations

Sometimes it’s a life experience that rocks your world.
Sometimes it’s a lecture. Sometimes it’s a teacher’s words.
And sometimes a video (or four) changes how you think forever.

Louise Adams, M.A., Clinical Psychologist, Treat Yourself Well
Watch The Body Manifesto Video Series

Imagine

Imagine a world where all bodies are valued and all people are supported in compassionate self-care.

Join me in fostering a world where all bodies are celebrated

Tweets by @LindoBaconX

Disappointed release of my book, Radical Belonging, delayed to Nov 10. Very appreciative of support from stellar publisher @BenBellaBooks . Expecting to release excerpts before then, and stay tuned for other exciting work.

"THE SELECTED WORKS OF AUDRE LORDE," edited and with intro from Roxane Gay, @rgay , looking forward to release | Kirkus Reviews https://bit.ly/3fhrNXd

Smaller bodied people *systematically* received earlier antiviral treatment than larger bodied people. Controlling for this difference eliminates impact of obesity on H1N1 fatality. Obesity kills, but the critical mediator is not biology, it's bias.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27385315/

"Navigating Food Shame—and the Antidote to Diet Culture." Who would have thought that #HAES could penetrate Goop? Hat tip to Judith Matz for this insight. https://bit.ly/3gnqaca


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