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Eating disorders (Anorexia Nervosa) by Noman Khan Posted Sun 18 Oct 2009 10:04pm Eating disorders are a broad group of serious conditions in which you're so preoccupied with food and weight that you can often focus on little else. The main types of eating disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder, and there are also many subtypes. Most people with eating disorders are females, but ... Read on »
Scientists Say Men Who Eat Junk Foods Have Low Sperm Quality by OCnaturaldoc Health Maven Posted Tue 03 Aug 2010 3:22pm I love Mike Adams. He has a way with words.....check this out: The day will soon come that informed women will refuse to date, marry or have children with men who follow poor nutritional habits. "You eat junk foods? Put your pants back on and get out!" You see, s ... Read on »
Scientists Say Men Who Eat Junk Foods Have Low Sperm Quality by OCnaturaldoc Health Maven Posted Tue 03 Aug 2010 3:29pm I love Mike Adams. He has a way with words.....check this out: The day will soon come that informed women will refuse to date, marry or have children with men who follow poor nutritional habits. "You eat junk foods? Put your pants back on and get out!" You see, ... Read on »
Moms' Mealtime Tactics Tied to Kids' Eating Habits by Medline Plus Posted Fri 19 Nov 2010 5:32pm Friday, November 19, 2010    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - School-age children whose mothers tightly control their diets may be prone to overeating, while those with moms who pressure them to eat tend to be fussy about food, a new study finds. The findings, published in the Journ ... Read on »
Picky Eating in Adults/Teens by Cheri Fraker Posted Fri 23 Jul 2010 12:00am The plight of picky eating adults Researchers are finally exploring distress at the dinner table by Julia Belluz Rhonda West’s picky eating began during breastfeeding. “I couldn’t have my mother’s milk, so they put me on cow’s milk, but I was allergic, so then they put me on soy,” she says. “When it came time for solid foods, I didn’t want ... Read on »
The attack on red meat con ... by John R. Posted Wed 04 Apr 2012 8:32am The attack on red meat consumption takes an amusing twist Below is a recent report subject to all the usual criticisms of observational studies and self-reported food intake.  But even if you take their data seriously, you find some interesting stuff. Red Meat Consumption and Mortality: Results From 2 Prospective Cohort Studies By An ... Read on »
Habit 5: Don't Eat From Colorful Boxes by Amanda Health Maven Posted Sun 07 Feb 2010 9:38am Week five and habit five, do you know what that means? It means that you've been focused on doing some good things for your ass and body for almost a month and a half. Which means you should be feeling a difference. That is if you're actually doing anything besides just reading the blog, and then heading to the kitchen to make a coffee with dou ... Read on »
Habit 5: Don't Eat From Colorful Boxes by Amanda Health Maven Posted Sun 31 Jan 2010 1:31pm Week five and habit five, do you know what that means? It means that you've been focused on doing some good things for your ass and body for almost a month and a half. Which means you should be feeling a difference. That is if you're actually doing anything besides just reading the blog, and then heading to the kitchen to make a coffee with do ... Read on »
Just Say No to Emotional Eating! by theselfhealingcoach Posted Fri 17 Aug 2012 1:17am My view, sitting at Mesa Coyoacan in Brooklyn, NY, eating the best chicken mole ever. As many of you know, I was in New York this past week on work/vacation and I’ve been going through some serious OUCH! material with the whole “wow I just realized my ex-boyfriend is not who I thought he was” brouhaha. Now, before I continue, please ... Read on »
Cortisol and eating disorders by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 11:48am I was excited to see that my recent survey about sleep/wake habits here on the blog supported my hypothesis: that those with restrictive patterns tend to rise earlier, and those with more binge/purge patterns rise later. Of course, in order to really look at the data, I'd need to compare the early bird and night owl percentages of each category wi ... Read on »