Tag: overeating

“Goodbye old friend…” a poem to let go of old ways of eating
By Jan Holden So yesterday we came face to face with the beige and the brown, the non-food that so many of us depend on to see us through the [...]
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How habits are made (and unmade) in the brain
I love my habits, they are a very neat way of freeing up brain space for other things. If I had to remind myself daily “now is the time to [...]
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Why can’t I just eat when I’m hungry?
By Jan Holden This week we looked at hunger and all the subtle, complex interplay of hormones that are involved in regulating our hunger. Why don’t we simply eat when [...]
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What’s wrong with trying to look smaller?
By Emily Holden For many years, I thought well fitted, sucky-in, smooth-out-the-bumps clothes were exactly what my body needed. Spanx, fat suits, control top pants, tights that reached my nipples…  [...]
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Talking to my brain…
I am reluctant to share on the blog. It feels like there is a huge amount of content out there – videos, posts, musings, photos…  And is there any point [...]
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