There is no questioning the fact that we have all overeaten at some point in our lives; the question is why do we do it? No other animal on this planet overeats the way we do, yet we claim to be the most intelligent species walking the globe. Could this gluttony have more underlying it than just hunger or love of food? Could our overeating ways be a communication that there is more going on in life and within ourselves?
Understanding our food choices (part 2)
Interesting article explaining how the quality of our movements when we are preparing food, can change how the food affects us.
Understanding our food choices
This is a personal account of how our food choices can deliberately sabotage our joy and wellbeing.
Food, emotions and abuse… What is beneath it?
This article exposes multiple factors that many don’t consider to be beneath the cycle of abusive food choices.
Many get criticised, judged and looked down upon due to being overweight, there’s a stigma and a lack of understanding, however is it possible that these things actually contribute to the global issue of obesity?
Overeating: a 3-step guide to a more positive relationship with Food
Overeating is by no means a new phenomenon within society and particularly in western cultures where access to food is plentiful. In fact, we need only look at our global obesity rates to see that perhaps we are loading our plates a little too high …
Overeating – a dysfunctional relationship with food
Overeating, binge eating and see-sawing weight gain – a little or a lot – is an all too familiar battlefield. You can’t give up food … so what can you do?
Why I overeat – Nutella and I
What leads us to overeat and choose the foods that we do? Is there a payoff for something we don’t want to look at or feel? Read Sandra’s journey and what happened when she chose awareness over numbing herself with food.
Self acceptance – the path to changing overeating
Many of us spend our lives lost to ourselves until we finally arrive at the knowing that love is not ‘out there’, it’s within us and that no amount of food is enough to fill the ‘perpetual hunger’ for love.
Why do we overeat?
Do you ever overeat when lonely … as a reward after a challenging day … or for comfort? Here is an insightful exploration into why we overeat.
Overeating: are you eating until you feel sick?
Our large food portions have in fact become normal. The body will often tell a very different story to the ones our taste buds do as we indulge in every mouthful. Why are we capable of overeating even until feeling sick?