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We all overeat from time to time—taking an extra helping at Thanksgiving dinner or having dessert when you're already full. But for binge eaters, overeating is regular and uncontrollable. You use food to cope with stress and other negative emotions, even though afterwards you feel even worse. You may feel like you're stuck in a vicious cycle, but binge eating disorder is treatable. With the right help and support, you can learn to control your eating and develop a healthy relationship with food.
in Weight Loss
I order to become seriously overweight, I had to engage in some serious overeating. Bread, sweets, and chips were my downfall, and even when they stopped providing me with any real enjoyment I couldn't stop until the bags and cartons were empty.
Even though I've been at a healthy weight for more than seven years now, I can still be caught off guard, and end up consumed by sugary, starchy, salty, snacks.
In this episode of The Sugar Freedom Show I descroibe how I get off of the sugar train, and I hope that my story can help you if you ever find yourself in the middle of a bout of serious, unwanted overeating. In addition, I share the foods that help me recover from the terrible junk food hangover I always get as a result of eating my trigger foods. My entire eating program, which helped me manage my food addiction and get to a healthy weight, is available at www.sugarfreedom.com. For more information, free sample meal plans, and recipes, take the sugar addiciton quiz at www.sugarfreedom.com/blog.
In my new series on mental health disorders and addiction, the segments on Eating Disorders are proving to be among the most downloaded. Today we are covering Binge Eating Disorder with one of the nation’s leading experts and pioneers on this mental health issue, Amy Pershing. Amy Pershing began her career treating the spectrum of eating and body image disorders at the Center for Eating Disorders in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1991. In 1993, she developed “Bodywise™,” a comprehensive treatment program to serve a growing population of clients coming to the center with binge eating disorder. Pershing became CED’s clinical director in 1998. In 2008, Pershing and Chevese Turner, CEO and founder of Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA), joined forces to found Pershing Turner Centers, an outpatient eating disorder treatment center, in Annapolis, Maryland. Join us for the conversation and get the help you need.
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Shannon Lagasse is the founder of Hunger for Happiness, a business dedicated to changing the way women relate to themselves, their bodies, and the world around them. She is also a recovered anorexic, bulimic, and binge eater turned health coach whose message is one of self-love and self-compassion in the healing and recovery process, whether from an eating disorder or emotional eating. Shannon inspires women worldwide through her writing, coaching, and speaking. Visit Shannon online or book her to speak at www.HungerforHappiness.com.
Binge eating disorder typically includes periods of excessive overeating. However, a person with a binge eating disorder does not subsequently induce purging (vomiting), as is the case with bulimia.
Binge eating can occur on its own, or alongside other disorders or conditions, such as Prader-Willi disorder, or a lesion of the hypothalamus gland.
Binge eating can encourage the development of hypertension (high blood pressure), obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Treatment options depend on what is causing the binge eating.
A person with a binge eating disorder feels compelled to eat too much. Individuals will consume enormous quantities of food, even when they are not hungry. Binge eaters believe they have absolutely no control over their eating.
8p ET/7p CT Wednesday, August 19, 2015: Dial 347-850-8486 to discover the difference between scientific eating and healthy eating. Go beyond simply eating healthy.
Do you or someone you know make an effort to make healthy food choices everyday? Food is the centerpiece of all major celebrations of life.
Root Cause Radio interviews Dr. Charlie Abbott of Symtometry North Carolina, LLC. on August 19th to share:
what is the difference between healthy eating and scientific eating
what are some little known facts about corn
how is scientific eating beneficial
Access this show and all podcasts at www.RootCauseRadio.com.
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Primary care doctors are often on the front lines of providing medical care. But they are increasingly in short supply as more aging Americans need health care. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, family medicine specialist Dr. John Bachman discusses the growing doctor shortage and how to reverse it. Also on the program, Mayo Medical School Interim […]
Please join us this Wednesday, August 19, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST with host Denise Messenger. Our special guest is Kathy Strahan. She is the author of the book, "1The 14 Day Gluten Free Guide: Fast track your Body to Lose Weight, Beat Disease and Look Amazing". We will find out about how something you're eating every single day is slowly killing you. Of course, you don't fall over dead on the spot. Instead, the destruction of your health is gradual. This is why most people, just like you, don’t realize the true cause of their health complaints. For many, this one common food substance is both the trigger and the only dietary change needed to avoid many "age-related illnesses". You asked for it and we deliver!
Sara Foote, RD works at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. She will share information tips about eating healthing in the summer! Join in to hear some fun ideas about staying healthing in the summer heat!!!
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It's summer time! We are outside in the sun and getting our vitamin D, or so we think. Often we slather on gobs of chemically laden sunblock to protect ourselves from getting burned. Our bodies do not absorb Vitamin D if the suns rays do not reach our skin. We are so paranoid about skin cancer or just burning from all the media hype we hear on TV. It certainly is a threat but can we have our sun and vitamin D without the burn or threat of skin cancer? Studies are showing that eating healthy, eating clean and green can reduce the chance of sunburn by keeping the skin hydrated and somewhat resistant to sunburn.
Did you know that eating nuts has huge health benefits. Pistachio expert Kathleen Kissee talks with us about the value of nuts in general and pistachios in particular as part of a healthy, balanced diet. She also shares some of her favorite recipes for adding pistachios to your own diet.
An Invisible Disorder….unlike Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder can hide behind a façade of average body weight, happiness and competence.
According to a report by CTV last February, Canadian hospitals and clinics specializing in eating disorders say there is a rise in the numbers of adults, teens and children, some as young as five, seeking help for eating disorders. Most of them are women.
I believe this topic also extends to those of us who may not fit into the Bulimic or Binge Eating category but also suffer from a life-long struggle with food, weight and dieting.
These disorders may be baffling to some and a very real obsession for others. Acting in an insidious way, destroying lives. Yet perhaps there is a gift of self-empowerment, love and life fulfillment by heading into and through these disorders?
What I’ve come to learn is that these types of eating disorders are usually not about the food but symptoms of much deeper issues. Issues that I’d like to invite Dr. Paul Garfinkel, a leading Toronto Psychiatrist who specializes in Eating Disorders to discuss on WbD Radio this Wednesday at 3:30pm (EST)
I look forward to diving into Dr. Garfinkel’s wealth of knowledge and more importantly, his experience with these disorders in an effort to raise awareness and promote healthy recovery.
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