The tendency for the medical community and for society in general to focus on weight as a marker of wellness potentially harms everyone. Diet culture is particularly harmful for patients with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes who have concurrent eating disorders. Perfectionistic, “all-or-nothing” thinking with regards to numbers (weight and glucose) can contribute to worse eating disorder pathology AND diabetes outcomes. At the same time, diet culture and medical practitioner advice to lose weight can clearly exacerbate both mental and physical problems. This case-based workshop will review two different populations: those with type 1 diabetes and concurrent eating disorders, as well as those with type 2 diabetes and concurrent disordered eating or eating disorders. Aiming for “good enough” diabetic control and encouragement not to restrict foods best supports those with type 1 diabetes. A Health At Every Size® (HAES®) philosophy, with a weight-inclusive lens and firm rejection of diet culture and of checking body weights, yields remarkable outcomes for those with type 2 diabetes.