Mindful Eating: 12 New Ways To Eat More Mindfully I’ve been interested in mindful eating for years, but never really dove into it recently when I started having digestive issues. “Maybe mindful eating could help!” I thought. After learning more, … Continue reading Food issues
I Help People Recover From Disordered Eating. Don’t Give Your Child This App Weight Watchers — now rebranded as WW — has introduced an app called Kurbo, for children 8 to 17 years old. As a registered dietitian who specializes in … Continue reading The anti-fat bias
Homo gluttonous Ten thousand desert rats, 10,000 fish, 14,000 sheep, 1,000 lambs, 1,000 fat oxen and many more creatures slaughtered, cooked and served: that is how Ashurnishabal of Mesopotamia (883-859 BCE) pampered almost 70,000 guests for 10 days. The Archbishop … Continue reading Are we eating ourselves?
UK’s first supermarket designed by public health experts launches in Central London How to properly tackle obesity? Let public health experts design supermarkets. That’s the message of a recent report released by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and … Continue reading Health on the Shelf
Eat Food. All the Time. Mostly Junk. I can’t stop thinking about cupcakes. No, not chic ones from the bakery, swathed in caramel buttercream, $3.95 each—I mean real cupcakes, baked at home by Mom and the kids in a classic … Continue reading The way we eat
Hunger Signaling: Can It Be Regulated to Treat Obesity? Recent research suggests that obesity can be controlled by regulating the satiety cascade, including influencing the nerves carrying hunger signals. Global obesity levels have almost doubled in the last 30 years. … Continue reading Food Intake Regulation
The Mental Snag That Makes It Seem Like Food Is Everywhere, Especially If You’re Overweight If you’re planning to take off weight in the new year and it suddenly seems like food is everywhere – and is especially enticing – … Continue reading Food cues