Emotional Eating

Is Perfectionistic Thinking Sabotaging Women’s Weight Efforts?

Is Perfectionist Thinking Supporting or Sabotaging Your Success for Healthy Weight Loss and Lifestyle Change? High standards are the driving force behind many weight loss success stories. As Annette Colby, PhD, describes in her newsletter Eating Peacefully, many scientists, researchers, artists, athletes and successful business people spend endless hours perfecting their knowledge, working harder than their colleagues, and pushing themselves […] Read more »

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5 Tips to Stop Eating at Night

Do You Have Night Eating Syndrome (NES)? Also known as “midnight hunger,” NES is primarily characterized as an ongoing, persistent pattern of late-night overeating or binge eating. Does This Sound Like Your Routine? You restrict, deprive yourself or skip meals throughout the day, 
which leads to thinking about food constantly and grabbing random snacks here or there, not really considering
 what your […] Read more »

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For Healthy Weight Loss: 4 Tips for Making Changes that Last

“I want to lose weight.” When most women arrive at our doorstep, their primary goal can be summed up those five words. What that means to many ranges from changing what, when and how much they eat as well as their emotional attachment to food.  For others, it’s all about exercise.  Still others recognize it’s their attitudes about their bodies, or […] Read more »

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Weight Gain at College: Preventing Chaotic Eating

A Cheat Sheet for College Women (Or Anyone with a Busy Schedule) on Preventing Chaotic Eating and Weight Gain College can be one of the best times of our lives.  But it can also be one of the most chaotic. Living on our own for the first time, making our own schedules, figuring out meals in the dining hall or […] Read more »

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