Binge Eating

How to Avoid Over Eating After Kids Go to Bed

How to Avoid Over Eating After Kids Go to Bed

Evenings can be one of the most dangerous times for parents trying to lose weight. Once the kids are in bed and you finally have a moment to relax, it feels good to enjoy a snack in front of the TV. The problem is most parents go for a sweet or salty snack that will not help them reach their goals. Take a minute to ask yourself if that snack is really what you want right now.

5 Tips for Mindful Eating

5 Tips for Mindful Eating

When you eat while distracted, you’re missing out on huge pieces of the experience of eating.  You’re not paying attention to where you are. You’re not paying attention to who you’re with and, most importantly for those of us who battle over eating, you’re not paying attention to the food that’s going into your mouth or your inner hunger and satisfaction cues. 

How I Took Total Control of Binge Eating

How I Took Total Control of Binge Eating

Binge eating is not the same as eating an extra piece of cake at a party or going back for seconds at dinner time. It is a life threatening disorder that involves eating large quantities of food, quickly, to the point of discomfort. Like me, most people with binge eating disorder feel a lot of shame and guilt for this.