Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Binge Eating received a Silver Nautilus Award which honors books that support conscious living and high-level wellness.
While it is difficult to say which comes first, Binge Eating Disorder and dieting often co-exist. The binge-repent-repeat cycle is a common feature of BED.
I didn't want to ask whether I was hungry because I thought, "If I stop to ask, 'Am I hungry?' then I won't get to eat the chocolate cake that I want right now!"
This hidden trigger for emotional eating is part of a vicious eat-repent-repeat cycle. No matter how smart you are or how many diets you try, this trigger only gets worse over time.
In preparation for our new Mindful Eating Support Community, over a hundred people shared their two biggest challenges when it comes to managing their eating.
A speed bump slows you down and interrupts mindless, automatic eating so you can think and respond. Speed bumps may be helpful when you’re learning to eat mindfully.