Category Archive: Eating Disorders

Aug 24 2017

Where Does Your Fat Go, When you Lose Weight?

Where Does Your Fat Go, When you Lose Weight?, Vol. 420, August 24, 2017 I wonder if you wondered, as I have for many years, what happens to the fat that is lost when a person loses weight. Many people wrongly believe that it is digested and exits your digestive system. However, that is really not …

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Jan 19 2017

Why Are You Eating When You Don’t Want To?

Vol. 397, January 19, 2016 – Why Are You Eating When You Don’t Want To? It is amazing how many people are overeating these days, I am speaking of people who know that they are eating more then they require to satiate themselves. I would have to say that the number one cause of this …

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May 05 2016

What is Your Relationship to Food?

What is Your Relationship to Food? – Vol. 360, May 5, 2016 Your relationship to food is a reflection of your relationship with life. If you feel tension regarding food, ask yourself, “Where else in my life do I feel tension?” Then address what comes up for you. If you feel stressed out, figure out …

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Oct 08 2015

Addiction & Eating Disorders Are A Family Deal

Addiction & Eating Disorders Are A Family Deal – Vol. 329, October 8, 2015 –  I had the privilege of attending a seminar given by Kenneth Perlmutter, Ph.D. founder of the Family Recovery Institute. When the treatment focuses on the addicted or eating disordered as “the problem” that needs fixing, we are speaking about patient centered …

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Sep 10 2015

Research Says that Hypnosis is the Difference that Makes The Difference in Truly Letting Go of Anorexia & Bulimia

   Research Says that Hypnosis is the Difference that Makes The Difference in Truly Letting Go of Anorexia & Bulimia – Volume 326, September 10, 2015  Thanks to a few very brave young women who came in to see me over a decade ago, I learned from them, how to help them clear their anorexia and …

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Nov 20 2014

Could Food Addiction be Caused by PTSD?

Could Food Addiction be Caused by PTSD? – Vol. 286, November 20, 2014  A new study published in the Journal, Jama Psychiatry, September 17, 2014, reports that 49,000 female nurses between the age of 25 and 42 were included in research on the link between food addiction and PTSD. Signs of food addiction were seen in 18% …

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Sep 11 2014

Another Star Fades, Joan Rivers Gone After Fighting Bulimia Her Whole Life

Vol. 276     Sept. 11, 2014 We all know that as people get older that they are not going to be here forever. Joan River’s passed away on Thursday, September 4th, 2014 at the age of 81 following serious complications including a cardiac arrest during a procedure on her vocal chords. Listening to a …

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