If you're one of those people who's constantly jumping from one thing to another, then you probably struggle with eating right. When you're super busy, food often becomes limited to whatever's right in front of you. As a result, your busy life starts to take a toll on your body and overall health.Read Full Story
The eating disorder that outranks both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa is called OSFED (other specified feeding and eating disorders). It's basically the catchall for eating disorders that don't quite qualify as either of the first two mentioned. While that may make it sound like it's a less severe eating disorder, it is in fact more dangerous because people often regard it with less concern than anorexia or bulimia.Read Full Story
There's a trend on Pinterest called "thinspiration" which is literally just people looking at pictures of skinny people in order to motivate themselves to lose weight. It's actually become a pretty common practice lately, but its effects on the body are not looking so good.Read Full Story
Whether you get stuck by the noisy door to the kitchen or at that one table that gets hit with a blast of arctic air from the front door, it's easy to see how where you sit might change what you eat. Still, where we sit may have a deeper, less conscious impact on the types of foods we order. It's strange, but it may well be true that the host or hostess who leads us to our seat could be changing the entire way we think about food.Read Full Story
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