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Food Addiction is real, and now there’s proof! The title of this blog may seem obvious to you, but many in the medical and psychiatric community have doubted if food addiction is real. And now, ample evidence has been provided in a brand new textbook, currently available on Amazon, calledmore …

I’ve always liked making up words, but back in the day, long before social media, that was frowned upon. So now I use the word “frenemy” in relation to food because to me, that means food is both a friend and an enemy, and has been so for a verymore …

1 in 4 North American women will experience rape or sexual assault during their lifetime ¹ Rape, sexual assault, closely linked to eating disorders² The minimization and denial of trauma is nothing new, and people working with individuals who have been sexually abused or assaulted know this from sad experience.more …

Do you have a junk food problem? Junk food definition (according to Merriam-Webster): (1)Food that is high in calories but low in nutritional content (2) Something that is appealing or enjoyable but of little or no real value We as a society are making people fatter. Over the years, themore …

Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW for short) in Canada, the USA and the UK is usually celebrated sometime in February. And in Canada, apparently, the appropriate color to wear is purple, although I have no idea why. Was everything else taken? Or is there some significance between eating disorders andmore …