‘Emotional Eating’

Stress = Emotional Eating: The All-Too-Common Equation

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

This post is part of Healthy Weight Week. This week is meant to help change the conversation around weight during the third week in January. That’s when New Year diets, cleanses, and “new you” efforts start to fall by the wayside because they’re, well, impossible to sustain. Join us all week for a look at how you can put the […] Read more »

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(Quiz) Do You Binge or Emotionally Eat? What’s the Difference?

By Kari Anderson, DBH, LCMHC, CEDS

Women often relate to emotional eating, but don’t see themselves as someone with binge eating disorder. Unsure, they share thoughts such as: “I never thought I might be binge eating” or “I know I eat emotionally, but do you think I’m binge eating?”  The comments are often centered around fear, shame and desperation. The answer to the question is not […] Read more »

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What Am I Going to Do with All Those Leftovers?

By Dana Notte, MS, RD, CD

Tis the season for holiday celebrations, reconnecting with old friends and family, and of course, eating! With the abundance of food that will grace our tables over the next month also comes an abundance of leftovers, and for many, panic over what to do with all of the food that remains in our refrigerator once our friends and family leave. […] Read more »

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5 Reasons Binge & Emotional Eating Needs Specialized Care

By Kari Anderson, DBH, LCMHC, CEDS

Having just attended the Binge Eating Disorder Association conference, I am even more passionate about the opening of Green Mountain at Fox Run’s Women’s Center for Binge and Emotional Eating. Surprisingly, we are the ONLY center specializing in the treatment of women who struggle with binge and emotional eating in the country. Binge eating disorder (BED) is the most common […] Read more »

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Speaking from Experience: Upcoming Binge & Emotional Eating Webinars

By Taylor Downs

How often do you actually get to learn from someone who gets it? Often speakers and “experts” are well versed in one side of a situation – in our context: treatment, whereas they haven’t been in your shoes suffering a similar affliction. Finding an “expert” that has really been where you are and found a way to overcome the obstacles […] Read more »

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