5 Thoughts (on body image, coping mechanisms, snacking, and more…)

1. Body image as a coping mechanism Most diets begin and end with body dissatisfaction. I say this because the motivation to start a diet almost always involves some component of wanting to change our bodies, and most diets end because compliance is pretty much impossible after a while, leading to rebound weight gain and … More 5 Thoughts (on body image, coping mechanisms, snacking, and more…)

My Experience With Intermittent Fasting (AKA a Post About Breakfast)

I used to do intermittent fasting before it was trendy. In fact, it was so long ago that it wasn’t even called intermittent fasting. It was called “skipping breakfast,” and it went something like this: Wake up. Don’t eat breakfast. Eat lunch. (Maybe) eat a snack. Eat dinner. Don’t eat any more. And it worked … More My Experience With Intermittent Fasting (AKA a Post About Breakfast)