Have you had a moment that you craved for a taste of chocolate and ended up eating a whole chocolate bar? How did you feel right after? How did your body feel? Were you disappointed in you for not being able to resist the crave, or not stopping with just one bite? Or, were you… Read More I am not struggling with an eating disorder….or am I??
I once worked exclusively with women for eating disorders, but I realized that men also had equal pressure toward their food choice, body images and self-esteem to women. According to Haleh Moravej, a senior lecturer in nutritional sciences at Manchester Metropolitan University; “Eating disorders are not about food but emotions and control. Some people cope… Read More Men suffer from eating disorders as well…
“You can only hold your breath for so long. You can only starve yourself for so long.” If you have been on a diet and are still on a diet, not reaching where you want to be, here is a great article by Dr. Mark Hyman. On top of his research-based-suggestions, I think we need… Read More More diets means more pounds?
Eating Disorder – I’ve been there and it was long and painful. This is a beautiful piece. http://foodmatters.tv/articles-1/discover-how-this-girl-overcame-her-eating-disorder-inspirational Tweet
When I used to be on diets (for over 20 years), approaches I took were always “all or nothing”. With that, I would do well for a few days or a week, thinking I was successful and rocking the world. Well, then you know how things go. I would start feeling so stressed, have no… Read More Diets Don’t Work…then what?
I just joined “Dove Movement” (www.dovemovement.com) through a blog of super woman @YukariP. For me, I had suffered from low self-esteem from about 16 to 25 years old, especially with my body images. I had believed I was too fat and then I was too thin. I have experienced severe eating disorders such as anorexia… Read More Self-esteem