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Here you will find articles and links to articles about food and weight issues related to the eating disorder experience.  Issues include: guidance and support for eating well, coping with strong emotions and nourishing your mind and body.

 

Best Guide to Mindful Eating and Mindful Cooking

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Can you eat and cook mindfully? They go together.  Often a person with an eating disorder will either cook for others without eating herself or be so afraid of food that she will not cook at all.  Here's some practical guidelines on both eating and cooking.

More to obesity than calories

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42% of American adults will be obese by 2030 reads a Los Angeles headline.  The article goes on to discuss the high cost of medical treatment that the people vulnerabile to obesity will require. 

Sugar Cravings, Carbs and Preparing for Thanksgving

Thanksgiving is coming, and I'm thinking about you.  If you've got an eating disorder it's time to prepare for a day of food obsession, food love, food cooking, food leftovers and food conversation.  I rarely discuss specific foods on this site but the blog, "Does Every Woman Have an Eating Disorder?" caught my eye tonight, especially the article,  "Come back to carbs."

This article got me thinking, so it's the best kind of article for me.  Are you caught in an absurd situation where you restrict good carbs (like grains) only to crave and or actually binge on bad carbs (like sugar or fast sugar producing edibles)? 

Pleasure, Food, Eating, & Obesity

"Pleasure eating triggers body’s reward system and may stimulate overeating." This finding is in a new study that, caught my eye and my imagination this morning after pleasurable tea party in my garden.

We need to appreciate this phenomena if we want to eat well and avoid obesity. Otherwise we'll get used to those rewards, seek them out and, most likely, misinterpret feelings that cue us to eat.

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JoannaPoppink Middle aged women with past, current or recurrent anorexia or bulimia, find support and an effective healing path.… https://t.co/2OOplOXlAP
JoannaPoppink Middle aged women with anorexia. Read: Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disorder (Anorexia or… https://t.co/xYOb4IhGAH
JoannaPoppink Middle aged women suffering from binge eating. Read: Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disord… https://t.co/lzaRSZrm6s
JoannaPoppink Middle aged women with bulimia. Read: Healing Your Hungry Heart: Recovering from Your Eating Disorder (Anorexia or… https://t.co/9Y22b7lc9t

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