I come from a family of women who might most kindly be described as 'boyish' and although I eat healthily I have a BMI of 17.5.
To be eligible for NHS funded treatment I think I might need, I've got to get it to at least 19, which would mean gaining half a stone. I'm running 3 times a week and looking to improve my running so I can race, so don't want to cut back on that. And it's a weight I have never been, even when I was at uni and living and eating with 3 strapping lads. Seems completely unnatural to me.
Any ideas on how I might manage it without compromising my weekly mileage (or loosing speed when running)?