Considering the proportions and implications of the obesity crisis humanity can’t afford to dismiss any ideas. We’re grasping at straws.
The food addiction paradigm is a primary cause of the childhood and adult obesity epidemic. Highly pleasurable foods, such as junk food and fast food, can be addictive. Posts in this section explore food addiction and its impact on obesity.
It now seems entirely possible that the consumption of four particular kinds of microbes can allay human anxiety, without side effects.
Anxiety and depression are two of the main triggers of disordered eating behavior. Do the gut bugs have anything to do with enabling it?
Maybe answers to both diabetes and misery-based obesity can be discovered by listening to and befriending the microbiota.
Interpersonal and cognitive behavioral therapies have been determined to be some of the most promising treatments for eating disorders.
The idea that food and laughter are equally capable of providing nourishment and curative power is an old one, but recent studies suggest just that.
The seven healthful habits to help maintain sustainable weight loss include patience, sacrifice, realistic planning, lifestyle change, diet, exercise, and accountability.
A great deal of our behavior and interactions are symbolic during the holidays. We eat comfort foods for nostalgia because they have personal meaning.
It’s hard to ignore the fact that the United Kingdom has been something of a hot spot in the controversy over the taxing of sugar products.