I can trace the slow ease into the cycle of starving and bingeing, starving and running, bingeing and running, directly back to church. Read more
1. A recovered body doesn’t equal a recovered mind.
From the NYT obituary for Dr. Albert J. Stunkard, who "was the first to identify binge eating as a medical disorder, one of the first to link obesity to socioeconomic factors, and the first scientist to show why so many obese peopleShow More Summary
A new study shows that race plays a significant part in the type of eating disorder one can have.
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian's reality series premiered on VH1 last night, and after just one episode, many are already saying that LeAnn and Eddie may be worst reality show ever. Yes, it's really that bad. What's worse, however, might...Show More Summary
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Many beekeepers feed their honey bees sucrose or high-fructose corn syrup when times are lean inside the hive. This practice has come under scrutiny, however, in response to colony collapse disorder, the massive -- and as yet not fully explained -- annual die-off of honey bees in the U.S. Show More Summary
I got a taste of something I had never known — shopping in the men’s department afforded my body the opportunity to take up the amount of space it actually takes up.
Last month, a blogger named Jordan Younger announced in a blog post that she had eaten some fish. This wouldn’t have been noteworthy, except the blog was called The Blonde Vegan and Younger’s post was titled “Why I’m Transitioning Away From Veganism.” Younger used to be a vegan for both health and ethical reasons. As [...]
Sport is a proven contributor to high self-esteem, confidence, positive outlook and good health. It would be reasonable to assume then that athletes have higher than average protection from depression and dysfunctional eating? On the...Show More Summary
Jordan Younger—a.k.a. The Blonde Vegan—recently opened up about her battle with orthorexia.
A woman who became famous for social media-ing the shit out of her vegan lifestyle has very publicly quit being a vegan, admitting that what began as a healthy lifestyle choice had morphed into something joyless and disordered. Read more...
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Now it's like I'm dating a child.
Singer Ke$ha left rehab two months ago, and now for the first time she’s talking about her personal demons. Ke$ha has blamed her eating disorder on the music industry, and the pressure people in the industry put on young impressionable women to lose weight. In a revealing essay Ke$ha wrote in Elle UK about the
Kesha continued to open up about her past eating disorder and resulting rehab stint in the latest issue of Teen Vogue. Prior to the cover story interview, though, her mind was on music. “I was writing a song called ‘Child of the Moon’ in the car before you got here,” she said to the reporter.... More »
Ever since dropping the dollar sign ($) from her name post-rehab for an eating disorder, Kesha is out to show the world that she is new and improved.… READ ON
I think we were all surprised when Kesha entered inpatient treatment for an eating disorder. Drugs may not have surprised us so much, given the history of drug use in the entertainment industry, but I don’t think anyone saw Kesha as someone with an eating disorder (although we know those certainly aren’t uncommon in Hollywood, […]
Eating disorders are mental disorders, and they begin in the mind.
I am being told not only by my own twisted mind but in a way by God to not eat. It gives me a twisted sense of joy.
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