Blog Posts - Eating Disorders



6 CAUSES IRREGULAR MENSTRUAL CYCLES

The issue that always comes up is feminine menstruation or menstrual problems. For most women in part one there are regular menstrual cycles are irregular. There were experiencing 10-11 times per year. There are 13 times per year. In fact, there are...
by HEALTHY LIFE on Aug 25, 2013

Wanting to Lose Weight When Recovering from an Eating Disorder

What do you do when you do want to recover but you have that nagging voice telling you that you should just lose a bot of weight and that you can still control how much you weigh? Ahh… I know this feeling very well. When I was trying to recover...
by Help for Eating Disorder on Aug 11, 2013

Recovery Rocks – Tebby B

My goal with the Recovery Rocks interviews is to include as many different types of people and addictions that I can. This weeks interview is with Tebby who has recovered from an eating disorder. The hardest thing about eating disorders is that you h...
by Veronica Valli on Aug 9, 2013

Anorexia and Autism?

A new study lead by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen of Cambridge University suggests that girls with anorexia have a higher than average “number of autistic traits” (University of Cambridge, 2013). These traits include an “above average...
by Cognitive Consonance on Aug 6, 2013

Foods That Reduce Stress And Weight

Eating good has multiple impacts on you. from reducing stress to reducing weight. It most cases, reducing weight is as easy as just changing your diet and the pounds can just roll off.
by Health Articles Online on Aug 6, 2013

Are You Using Food to Deal With Your Feelings?

What is emotional eating and has it affected you or anyone you know? Here we look at some issues associated with emotional eating.
by Health Articles Online on Aug 5, 2013

Could Your Stomach Problems Be Caused by Gluten?

It seems that a rather large population is on a gluten-free diet, and I have to admit, I have started one myself. The number of cases of Celiac disease and its counterparts, gluten intolerance and gluten sensitivity, are substantially increasing.
by Health Articles Online on Aug 5, 2013

Witnessing a Love Story

I'm sitting here in Starbucks, sipping my skinny vanilla latte and anxiously counting how many calories this adds to my daily allowance. I'm cold. I'm tired. I'm depressed.I look around at the other people here. I am curious. Of course, the first thi...
by The Spirit Within on Aug 5, 2013

Seven Principles to a Healthy Attitude Toward Food When Living With Food Allergies

This article explores seven principles to having a healthy attitude toward food when living with food allergies. There is a particular focus here on teenagers with food allergies.
by Health Articles Online on Aug 5, 2013

How to Conquer Emotional Eating

How do you overcome emotional eating when you've had a stressful day at work? Life may often seem unbearable - you're overwhelmed with stress, frustration and anxiety. You feel like checking out and retiring in front of the TV with your favourite com...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 5, 2013

How to Stop Binge Eating Without an Ounce of Willpower

Learn how to stop binge eating without the struggle of trying to muster up enough willpower to stick to your diet. Believe it or not, you don't need willpower at all and we know that diets always fail because they lead to deprivation which in turn le...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 4, 2013

Tips to End Food Addiction

Do you think it's possible to actually ever end food addiction? When you are bingeing, the last thing you probably feel is that you will ever be able to stop your toxic relationship with food and end food addiction. It just seems like you have no pow...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 4, 2013

What Are the Signs of Binge Eating Disorder?

You know you have a weight problem and you are suffering daily but what are the signs of Binge Eating Disorder? How can you know for sure if you or a loved one just likes to eat too much food or really shows signs of Binge Eating Disorder?
by Health Articles Online on Aug 4, 2013

Eating Disorders and Depression

According to a study in the American Journal of Psychiatry (1995), 50 percent of people with an eating disorder also meet the criteria for depression. What isn't for certain is whether some people suffering from depression are more prone to develop a...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 4, 2013

Using Eating Disorder Videos to Facilitate Discussion

Eating disorder videos are great tools that can help you to teach teens about the dangers of these illnesses. Incorporating discussions into the lesson is also a great way to ensure that the students are actually learning.
by Health Articles Online on Aug 3, 2013

Food Cravings – Good or Bad?

In this article you will discover whether food cravings should be ignored, satisfied by the type of food we are craving or a third option by listening to the body and understanding exactly what it is asking of us in the way of food. You will learn to...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 3, 2013

How to Stop Overeating When Diets Aren’t Working

How many times have you seen a "skinny" person eating some sort of junk food, and thought to yourself, "I don't know how she does that. If I ate that it would go straight to my thighs!?" Do you know the difference between the skinny person that can e...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 3, 2013

Understanding Desire and How to Stop Binge Eating

It's 8:30PM and I'm heading towards the kitchen. I'm at the end of a workday, coming down from 9 hours of emails, calls, and business matters. Sugar is on my mind. Something sweet. Something... fluffy... or creamy... or rich... Noticing my desire for...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 3, 2013

Counting Calories and Tracking Bodyweight: A Life Lived in Numbers?

Tracking and counting are delightful hobbies: tracking my daily caloric intake, my workouts, my weight, my finances, my business leads, my YouTube video views, my website traffic... There's safety in numbers: safety from feeling in control if I have...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 3, 2013

What To Do When Your Self-Disgust Is On Overdrive

The waist of my pants is digging into my skin. I feel the tightness of the fabric, wrapped around my thigh like a bandage. I refuse to let these pants go... they used to be my favorites. I cringe to think that I need a size bigger. No! I scream to my...
by Health Articles Online on Aug 3, 2013


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