5 Tips to Stay Grounded During the Kick-Off to the First of the Year Dieting Season

If you are in recovery from an eating disorder or sick of dieting, this article gives suggestions on how to ignore the diet industries mythical claims of health and happiness with their program. You can be your own food expert!

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3 Ways to Change Your Perception to Shift Your Binge Eating Behaviors

My biggest breakthroughs with binge eating have happened when I really got that I had to shift my internal perceptions, not the external behaviors. Because the perceptions drive the behaviors, it’s like a ninja move. So the next question becomes, how do you shift your perception? There are 3 main things I’ve found to work for me to change my perceptions.

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Simple Hypnosis For Weight Loss And Eating Disorders – Fast And Permanent Results

I became interested in hypnosis, because I had a compulsive craving for sweets and unhealthy food. I struggled with this problem for years. I tried a few methods: different types of diets, changing eating habits, different nutrition type routines, powerful exercise regimes.

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Don’t Starve, Eat!

Fad diets and restrictive dieting can have physical and emotional effects. In the short term you may achieve the results you want, but in the long term you are paving the way for eventual weight regain and a number of negative metabolic effects.

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My Battle With Emotional Eating on a Weight Loss Journey

I have more than one reason for sharing this today. First, I want it to be known that just because I am Beachbody Coach and a huge advocate for health and fitness, and practice the lifestyle I teach, I struggle too and want to be an open book.

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Do Bulimia and Anorexia Tend to Be Hereditary Disorders?

Eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia tend to be difficult to understand, with many people wondering if there is a hereditary connection to the illnesses. Although they do have certain distinct differences between them, they may also have more in common than was previously thought.

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How To Successfully Keep Up With Your Diet

Has your New Years’ resolution been losing weight and doing regular exercise? Have you maybe already given up because you have a hectic family life and stress at work? Then please read on. The good news here is that you can get your health goals under control.

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Causes of Painful Bloating And How to Get Rid of Bloating Fast

There are many things that can cause bloating, especially bloating after eating. Overeating is often a cause of gassy bloating and can be easily fixed. Irritable bowel syndrome is a severe condition that often causes abdominal pain and bloating, and there are natural remedies for irritable bowel syndrome as well.

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Your Brain on Ice Cream (or Heroin)

Addictions are complex and hard to treat because there’s several components at play: not only are there variations in levels of desire, but also in levels of ability to control the desire. These factors can also change in certain social situations or under stress. So it may be the relationship people have with the substance and the settings in which they are consumed rather than the substance itself.

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Are Veganism and Vegetarianism Symptomatic of Eating Disorders?

Over the last year, a large number of clients have told that medical professionals advise them that that their lifestyles and eating choices are tantamount to mental illness and should be categorised as eating disorders. Their choice to not eat any animal products or limit their consumption to non-flesh based content is viewed as extreme and a response to disturbances in their psychological wellbeing. As a psychologist, I wish to address these concerns both to the clients and medical professionals.

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