An emotional eater will eat anything, and with most people, it all comes down to emotional eating.
The new reverse feeding tube/stomach pump device called AspireAssist has been called strange, gross, enabling, and a Big Pharma scam.
Mindfulness is asking, “What am I doing right now?” and being aware of the true answer. Practicing it can help emotional eaters.
Several online companies delivers healthful, natural snacks to the subscriber at regular intervals, but is snacking a form of binge eating?
When a child or pet is given an edible treat to cover depression, anxiety, isolation, emotional pain, or stress, it could lead to addiction.
By handling their psychological issues, for instance, via cognitive behavioral therapy, people can abolish their disordered eating patterns.
Childhood Obesity News has been looking at enteroendocrinc cells (EECs) and their potential to be utilized in treating obesity.
Bariatric surgery has an encouraging long-term success rate, but submitting to this procedure brings a lifetime of adjustments and compromises.
For a recovering addict, there is no “just one drink” or “just one bite.” The substance or behavior are really a secondary issue, as it all boils down to addiction to feeling good.