Cereal used to be a binge trigger for me. I believed that the reason was because I no “self control” around it. (I’ve since learned that’s not the case.) Breakfast cereal was one of the first foods I made rules around for myself because at the time, “sugary cereal” was a big health topic in … More How I Stopped Binge Eating Breakfast Cereal
Is it just me, or does it feel like fitness influencers are a little excessive? I don’t mean the way they market themselves, or share on social media. (I follow quite a few of them for new ideas!) No, I mean the message they’re preaching, the workout plans they’re endorsing, and the recommendations they make … More How Much Exercise Do We Really Need?
When I was in high school, I was a self-proclaimed health expert. I was also anorexic. It doesn’t make sense that someone would take health advice from an unqualified person who was objectively very unhealthy. But a lot of people did. My soccer coach even asked me to make a nutrition guide for our team … More Why Health Magazines Are Harmful
Low energy. Brain fog. Depression. Sugar cravings. Insomnia. Irritability. Lightheadedness. Fertility problems. Body aches. Digestive issues. These are some of the most common symptoms of what is commonly known as “adrenal fatigue.” But the biggest problem is that many patients go to their doctor, explain these symptoms, and share their concern that they are struggling … More Adrenal Fatigue, Explained
I don’t usually pay much attention to Facebook’s notifications, but this time, the “memories” post caught my eye: an otherwise unremarkable picture of a burger, with a reminder from Facebook that this image was posted nearly 10 years ago. Again, there’s nothing remarkable about this burger. In fact, back before coronavirus took over, I’d go … More What It Feels Like to Overcome Food Fears