I get asked this question a lot. “How can I stop binge eating?” Bingeing, eating excessive amounts of food in a short amount of time while feeling a loss of control, is scary. It can feel shameful, humiliating, and you may feel completely powerless to stop. The good news is that you can develop a more normalized experience with eating. It is possible. But it is also difficult and it takes time and effort. This article will not cure you of bingeing, but it might provide you with some additional tools to add to your tool kit for conquering binge eating.
Happy Easter! But for some of us it can be really hard to get into the holiday spirit. Things like grief, illness, finances, and other life circumstances can get in the way for people who celebrate the holiday.
Do you already have it in your mind you’ll fail at something new? Why not try it just to either confirm your suspicion, or surprise yourself and excel? But you won’t know for sure unless you actually try it.
There’s so much in life you will never be able to plan for, so keep making new plans as necessary.
There is no way to win or lose at healthy eating. It doesn’t matter if you do it better or worse than anyone else. It. Is. Not. A. Competition.
Chances are that even if you didn’t leave your house today, if you’ve turned on your smart phone or television or read a newspaper or magazine, you’ve been exposed to at least one product that makes a nutrition claim. Thankfully, there are ways we can determine if a product really will do some of the things it promises to do. When analyzing a health claim, we can apply some of the following basic guidelines.