Even for people in recovery, unfamiliar circumstances or foods combined with too-familiar families can lead to relapse.
The corner of the internet that chronicles meticulous diets and “clean eating” regimens is still a petri dish for orthorexia.
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"It was like my brain was reprogrammed."
During the Holidays, bingeing is not only tolerated, but encouraged. But for the 30 million Americans who struggle with an eating disorder the holidays are a time when stress and anxiety are at their peak.
From making orgasms better to essentially getting us drunk without a hangover, the “cuddle hormone” has benefits that extend far beyond its evolutionary goal of mother-child bonding.
New research from Johns Hopkins University has found that suppressing certain neurons in rats’ brains can make them less likely to seek sugary rewards. This could have implications for human behaviour, too.