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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

02:38 min | 4 months ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"They've just been absolutely fantastic. I've never felt limited in range or ability since the surgery. So i would say as soon as you get signed off. Just go back. Just take just take it gently take it easy but yeah just go for it and someone else to really interesting question. Actually they said after wanting the surgery twenty years. We ve very overwhelmed. You had it done know. The weirdest thing is that it was it was as though i was always supposed to do it. It was a thing of. Oh this just feels very right. So i think if you are listening to this or if you're asking that question because you're wondering how you feel because you've wanted it for a long time thing you and you're worried about regrets. Or what have i done. Which i think is a normal thing to feel when you've done something quite drastic like that but no one has ever thought about what what it was like before they just this was completely the right thing to do. And in fact i'm still waiting. I'm saying to a friend the other day as a part of me. That kind of always wants to have a dream. Where i have my old because i can't remember what it was like now and one of those. I genuinely remember what it was like. And i don't have any pictures because i didn't like them at all so i can't even put a picture to what they would like to try and sort of join the dots. There we go and then another question is tips for finding a surgery surgery surgeon. I absolutely advise going onto the back pass website and the buffs website. I'll put those in the baps funnier. I'll put those in the show notes. So that will the institutions and associations with the registered surgeons. And so. that's how you know you're getting somebody legit so. I know that it can be very tempting to go to somebody very glamorous in london which is great but if you looking for somebody. Local and your recovery will be aided by being closer to home than those resources. I would highly highly recommend so those are just the questions that came up time and time again and like i said i wanted to put them all in one place so i hope you hope you don't mind. Thank you so much for listening. If you have questions if i don't care about binge eating disorder und- i don't care about boobs and you want me to answer a question and a feature bullet points episode than we have to do is moment at the beauty. Podcast calm or you can slide into my dams on instagram and twitter. That were at the guns of course and if you want to start to thousands of other listeners of this phone cost then please do go. Click the link in the show notes which can be found wherever you're streaming and downloading this episode and click linked to during the race. But for all in there chatting away. And i would love to see. Thanks so much. I will see you on the next one..

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

07:32 min | 4 months ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Happening and that was another thing. The guest coming on the podcast. If you weeks said it's we will have patterns. So you just have to identify your patents. Does this is this for me is bad for me and i guess because i know about pattern is now. I'm able to stop it before it gets going. And that could just be because i thought hang in the kitchen like four or five times in the last hour might be really small thing but for me i just think oh. What does that mean. Why am i constantly like hovering around the fridge. Like an apex predator. It's those sorts of things to sort of pre behaviors. That might let me know that. I'm getting into a head space or about to do something that might be slightly self. Destructive assessed petagine so that came up a lot my references for anyone who is struggling with any kind of eating issue. And i think for me. Crucially this A couple of people have said about shame people for being a particular size of it. That's not what i'm intending to do. I always come from the place of. I was a particular size the i really did not want to be regardless of whether that was because if diet culture or any of those other external factors which have very negative. I did not want to be the size and weight that i was and yet i wasn't able to take the action that i needed to take in order to change that. So my advice to anybody is if you can maybe get some counseling for it but there are some brilliant resources seed are amazing. Also beat the that to charities here in the uk absolutely fantastic and have brilliant resources. Just from be has been on this podcast. I know that was a really popular episode because she really helped kind of unpick a little bit about what can go in and our heads and our hearts about how we feel about ourselves in the actions that we take around food because it can feel very you quite trapped so again that came up time and time again so those are my resources. The book which isn't for everybody. I totally know that counseling. Also those resources in the uk specifically. I will put the links in the show if you're listening to this and you're not in the uk and you are thinking well. I can't use those resources. They actually have some quite good online tools. That might be good for guidance. For where you are right now. Even though you won't be able to necessarily do anything in person with them they have. They definitely have resources that i would recommend to anybody. We're going to you all okay. And then the other thing that came up a lot in. Dm's actually it was always dm's. Whenever i do ask me anything. Leibel often get in touch. And they say i didn't want to ask publicly but i thought i'd ask privately but i get a lot of questions about my breast reduction surgery and so i wanted to china so a lot of those things in one place and obviously i've got time now between my loss surgery in los angeles my surgery and now so i'm able to sort of with hindsight maybe painting a clearer picture of what ones experience might be so the questions that i get asked a lot especially now. Are you happy with how your surgery turned out. And the answer is one hundred percent absolutely categorically s. I am very happy with how online surgery turned out the subsequent question about that. But you've lost weight. Since has the result changed and there was has changed. My my breasts are smaller than they were. When i originally had the surgery because of the weight loss. But not in a way where i think. Oh what do you do that for. You've ruined them. I'm still very please typing public. Stop right another question. I get a lot is did you have drains. I think a lot of people worried about having drains after surgery. And i didn't so i can't tell you what that experience was like because as far as i'm aware unless i was so off my head on morphine i don't remember drain. I certainly don't remember having them in. Remember getting back to my room and very saying. Please go to the loo and expecting somebody to help me and they will let you know. There is over there and i didn't. I wasn't incumbent by any drains or anything like that. But i know quite a few people do have them but i think it depends on Lots of things like a friend of mine just had a had them but she had the way her surgery was done. There was another liposuction. Maybe that had something to do with it. But i don't know so. I didn't have drains but it does seem like a lot of people do but no want the none of the people i know who had drains have said that it was an issue or problem with something they didn't enjoy about the experience. So it's kind of a flip the coin. I guess a lot of people saying a have a really curious about the recovery and how long it takes to feel completely comfortable physically but also mentally. And i think that's a really nice way of actually assessing it so i didn't really know what to expect everybody that i knew had said to me. Oh it's actually a really simple recovery is really easy. So you'll you'll be absolutely fine and i've spoken to people who like actually it wasn't a spine is like what it was gonna be but it was still not as terrible as i thought it was going to be so it. Obviously it varies depending on who you are your pain threshold is. I'm sure there are lots of factors for me. Personally i mean the evening. I go home so the day after the surgery. I went out to dinner with a friend and she was just a single physically go. I can't believe that we're out. This seems really wrong please. Can i take you home now. But i felt very very good but i don't know that that was just again the morphine but i felt great. The next day felt fine the day after it was about three or four days after the and i think things started to come back online like like nerve so there was a little bit of never pain. But maybe the twin joe. Maybe i'd like just the moon. That's new different. What because of the surgery. But a week later i went into london and i went to events but i took it very very slowly. It was actually around four weeks. That i really really slow down. Because i just a friend said to me. If you're doing too much then you'll have really bad scarf. Put my feet up. But i know a lot of people have gone back to work much more senior than i did so a friend of mine had recently. She was back at work within a fortnight friend of mine had a about six months ago and she felt completely fine within three weeks. So i think you just have to gauge. I'm a very cautious person. So when they said to me six weeks. I despite my sort of early on being a little bit too energetic once i thought okay i better sit out. I did way into the six week. Mark and i had my follow up at seven weeks and so it was at seven weeks that i started to excise again which is another question that people ask is like how long until you get exercise again beyond just walking i it was seven weeks and then i was pretty much back to doing what i was doing before. So i'm and. I stopped running because that just felt bonkers just like the feeling of running at wines really weird so i just went straight into the circuits. That i probably. If you've seen me on instagram you would have seen like living circuits dyke circuits jillian michaels circuits and. They've just been absolutely fantastic. I've never felt limited in range or ability since the surgery. So i would say as soon as you get signed off. Just go back..

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

06:37 min | 7 months ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Cash. Just as next passed. I always think the route to self. Compassion is way to gay so that my feel so hard when he feel so roberson by yourself but a thing neither recovery will be meaning my will mean it in that someone who janet onsite eight to get you to that place the lease yet start trying to be a bit conscious of just stop seeing the positive three positive things. I do slam often with people that into it with the also applicable instagram account. And i'll just pay something positive that you've done today one thing just to find a positive summer because actually everyone else will see that in year but we need to get you saying la say i think that's a good place to stop uneven even really open and thank you so much for that. I really appreciate it. And the fact that you've obviously been on your own journey and now you're able to other people but for you specifically. Is there anything that you wish. You could have told yourself before you go on the road to recovery. That you think would have been the key moment that would have just got. Your heads pointed towards way. You wanna no question. I mean i started binge eating disorder and issues with south home at the age of eleven And then tibet anorexia. When i was seventeen so she went throughout my whole teens. We've been jeetan slaughter mental issues. And i didn't speak out anytime i did was to school. S He was doing the way measuring think seven and showed us off home. She scratched me. But she said i never forget. She said in that. All if you haven't had your grasp as long as you kind of put any more weight and you get growth spot. You'll be fine. I needed her to hear me. I needed her to see the distress. it was visible. I couldn't i couldn't find the words. And i think that so often the case with with with in source Slota how the vancouver in the west decide. I need help so i think i would write it down. I would try and communicate in any way you can communicate distress. Because it's your wealthiest that attention and support bats. Irish i could have done is been able to communicate milk in a if someone's listening to this and they feel confused around confused or distressed around food. Is that separate from feeling confused and distressed about your body shape and or size about so really good question so if Small fear is separate condition in itself obviously is tied up in eating disorders. But it's classified different in terms of mental health. She say yet but it's very much where if treatment is well than and therapy say And it's complex. It's complex to see where that starts and finishes but it i'm being formed racy in itself. I think what's really come out of this. Conversation is just how unspoken this topic is how complex it is but if it's affecting so many people more people than struggle and are affected by anorexia moved within are struggling with an are affected by bulimia. And it's this. i actually find it quite sinister. I find it quite nefarious. Because i feel like it latches on and hides plain sight and you can just dismiss it so easily you come up really dismissed billion. You cannot dismiss anorexia for very good reasons but it feels like this binge eating disorder which is obviously quite broad and can affect people in many different ways. It feels really nasty. It's doc secretive place isn't it is it and and we can keep the door shut because of a physical reason or a physical manifestation that we can put it in its place but we with got to join the dots. We've got to say the obesity prevention eating disorder. Prevention has to join out together. We really anyway food. i think i was. I want to mention it so that we've got this thing. At the moment. As a little debate government about body confidence positively and quite rightly. There are people. Saying if i am overweight. Don't come up to me and tell me to lose weight if you think i'm fat. Don't come up to me. And tell me that i need to eat less and move more on what i don't want to do with this conversation. It's encouraging dialogue. Where we start looking at people who presenting as maybe being heavier or away or whatever the right descriptors and actually pointing at them going. You're just greedy. You've put a mental health issue because that would just the problem so much worse lately. Yeah one hundred percent. We don't want to go anyone we won't we won't see. We want to ensure that people you happy and healthy and whatever that looks like can innate none of is gonna come from judgment is gonna come from singling people out. I didn't know anyone that has found that a positive interaction in their life or would result in a positive outcome. 'cause he just wouldn't do it to you wouldn't do it to somebody. He was addicted to something else that was struggling with another mental health health issue. You'd be a pretty well. You'd be a certain type of person to point at them and say ha ha. You've got a mental health issue but it does feel as though being being a larger body is almost like a soft target for people just like. Oh that's an easy one i can. I can speak to you on that. I've had it done to me many times. I was on I actually went to govern review. A health resort a few years ago. This is quite recently. This is about four years ago for magazine. And i went because the whole blurb was we can help bring down at kuta zoll and we can switch out your own stick to So tap your stress. I went because at the time. I was dealing with anxiety i spent three days being fat shamed by the nurse and i didn't know about shaming at the time but i know that she's you're still young. He should lose weight. You could be pretty all of these things and then. Instead of giving me treatment for anxiety she brought in a woman with an anti cellulite machine. I am i remember. I left the trip early. And i was so embarrassed. I was the one who was embarrassed. So listen if you will thinking the.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Just griffiths to pass. Thank you so much for joining me husband. Lovely to be with each stay. Thank ye now you all the clinical lead and For beat which is the league leading eating disorder charity. And you are psychotherapists. And i've asked you to join me on the show to really unpick. What i think is a hugely complicated and yet something that a lot of people live with Living with it. And therefore how can we expect somebody to make sense of something like their relationship with food their relationship with their body image if they actually have no guidelines about what it is within which they all working now listeners. I know that my son really complicated. But i'm bringing my own experience to this. Which is that. I've talked very openly. Poll cost about having issues body image having issues with food and then discovering i had binge eating disorder and that it was going to the beat website on the recommendation of talked a review auditor and the words binging t disorder is a is a form of mental illness. That made me stop in my tracks. Not just as why we get someone like you on is a clinical lead in a psychotherapist. You can actually dig into this on really add value to the conversation so would you just expanding it a little bit about what you do. And what your perspective on this topic these. Yeah absolutely say benji disorder really close to my high. Just fail kits the mace combination disorder. But the less the least nine about league recognized became a mental health condition in two thousand fifteen unanimous. I reason and i just think it's such an appeal. Tame time around know people who suffer from it find it so halts talk about set severe room responses from people sign. Many people have an opinion may on this and that can be sidama zhang to people. Were trying to open open up until capacity and experienced stolen. Today's who've suffered civil from say interactions with health professionals. Gp's need to lose weight neatly way to stand is to off capacity binge eating disorder to lose weight. Like the worst thing that you can do. Initially What he has to understand is the definition of eating disorders. The mu bed. Preoccupation around food weight and shape. I'm thought happens whether your whatever weight and it's all about the mental state and the thing king around three went in shape and within eighteen disorder. Therefore if you've got a movement preoccupation around focus on it more and maybe stop them by putting them on a diet that's gonna completely exacerbate this into a making so much worse say in terms of binge eating disorder. you know. this isn't just about being greedy. It's not about not having willpower. This is a serious mental health. Is she the. And i've had people say it's like a monster in my head. Drives me to been. Gee i i literally failed like a have no control over it so impulsive and and it's driven by emotional distress emotional everything having an extra cake it is. It's got serious underlying emotional distress issues that these people really need support with to get house engaging

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Understanding Binge Eating Disorder with Psychotherapist Jess Griffiths

The Emma Guns Show

03:38 min | 7 months ago

Understanding Binge Eating Disorder with Psychotherapist Jess Griffiths

"Just griffiths to pass. Thank you so much for joining me husband. Lovely to be with each stay. Thank ye now you all the clinical lead and For beat which is the league leading eating disorder charity. And you are psychotherapists. And i've asked you to join me on the show to really unpick. What i think is a hugely complicated and yet something that a lot of people live with Living with it. And therefore how can we expect somebody to make sense of something like their relationship with food their relationship with their body image if they actually have no guidelines about what it is within which they all working now listeners. I know that my son really complicated. But i'm bringing my own experience to this. Which is that. I've talked very openly. Poll cost about having issues body image having issues with food and then discovering i had binge eating disorder and that it was going to the beat website on the recommendation of talked a review auditor and the words binging t disorder is a is a form of mental illness. That made me stop in my tracks. Not just as why we get someone like you on is a clinical lead in a psychotherapist. You can actually dig into this on really add value to the conversation so would you just expanding it a little bit about what you do. And what your perspective on this topic these. Yeah absolutely say benji disorder really close to my high. Just fail kits the mace combination disorder. But the less the least nine about league recognized became a mental health condition in two thousand fifteen unanimous. I reason and i just think it's such an appeal. Tame time around know people who suffer from it find it so halts talk about set severe room responses from people sign. Many people have an opinion may on this and that can be sidama zhang to people. Were trying to open open up until capacity and experienced stolen. Today's who've suffered civil from say interactions with health professionals. Gp's need to lose weight neatly way to stand is to off capacity binge eating disorder to lose weight. Like the worst thing that you can do. Initially What he has to understand is the definition of eating disorders. The mu bed. Preoccupation around food weight and shape. I'm thought happens whether your whatever weight and it's all about the mental state and the thing king around three went in shape and within eighteen disorder. Therefore if you've got a movement preoccupation around focus on it more and maybe stop them by putting them on a diet that's gonna completely exacerbate this into a making so much worse say in terms of binge eating disorder. you know. this isn't just about being greedy. It's not about not having willpower. This is a serious mental health. Is she the. And i've had people say it's like a monster in my head. Drives me to been. Gee i i literally failed like a have no control over it so impulsive and and it's driven by emotional distress emotional everything having an extra cake it is. It's got serious underlying emotional distress issues that these people really need support with to get house engaging

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

12:30 min | 1 year ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Food Psych

"Remembering that my family. So when they left Egypt it was during the Nasser era so they kicked out of Egypt and my family went through. France spent a few years there and I think there is in France so the beauty standard in France. Definitely at the time and still. Now he's like always slimmer like slim is what you want. You don't vary sleep. And they really. I think culturally my family would definitely defined itself as being like French and Jewish Egyptian but very French so in terms of those standards. I think they could conduct than they took on. You know of course language and just a lot of the culture came from France that makes so much sense because Francia definitely seems like it's been it's had that thin ideal for a very long time certainly yup and so for you then growing up in that in that world where food was being kind of so monitored and maybe policed. How did that affect your relationship with food than when you had sudden access to all these suites and then they're still anxiety around your body size. I don't remember you know all those years that my mom was talking about about the Times where I was just eating all the candy the new stuff but I know for sure that it affected greatly my relationship with food the way it was so restricted. So my mom didn't by any of the fun foods at home and it was just it always to me in my mind. I don't have a memory. Where food like fun? Foods were in very special and like restricted. You know so to me. It was just. That's how it was. You know in my life and it took me years and years to finally finding twitter heating and kind of understand that no you know. It's not that special to have cookies at home. Think or just to indulge just have desert on weeknight type of thing you know so definitely affected greatly anyways it made me struggle with it and as soon as I could kind of take control over. That was always eating. I took control by just taking on the dieting. Basically for myself. It didn't come in the form of rebellion. It was actually just sort of turning that weight bias in on yourself. It was very much that and actually there was a rebellion so ever since I was a kid I binged. I would like go to. As soon as I went like a family members I would definitely just eat a lot of the food that I have at so that was my way of rebelling and I always did so. I think when I started dieting it was just I still rebelled but just the restrictive icon but the rebellion was still. There was still. I was still binging. I was still like yeah so I was going through the Yoyo but just I did the whole thing myself instead of my mom having to do it right. That's so interesting that you took on the entire process and so natural to have that that ping pong or that restriction pendulum you know between restricting and then swinging over to the side of binging. Yup absolutely and I think it was because you know I love my mom and I really looked up to her. And I really modeled her a lot and she was dieting too so as soon as I could kind of bonded over it you know. It's so sad but as soon as I could kind of do things myself be more independent. Like I got the books I started reading them. We'll talk about that and it was like what you did and it was a way for us to bond. I mean that's so interesting to think about in in the context of Diet Culture. Because it's like one way in which dieting sort of becomes your culture or supplants culture. It's like this bonding over. Restrictive eating practices and diets. Takes the place of other ways that you could be connecting. Yeah that's so true and it's really sad. It's really sad to think because he was taking up a lot of time in just in our relationship but also for myself it was like my hobby. You know so yeah. It's definitely taking took up a lot of space and time and you know my mom actually in February and it's just sad to think about that time that we have spent doing way more important things in front things and she was such a lively percent and intelligent. And it's just really. It's quite unfortunate. It's so sad. I think that it's like this. Fake sense of bonding right because it feels like. You're doing something important. And I had moments like that with my mom too when I was in my disordered eating days. She got kind of sucked into wanting to diet with me and like knowing my secret. 'cause I was I had lost some weight temporarily of course so we started dieting together. And I think it's so natural to kind of be drawn to that like sharing that experience with someone that you love in this culture. Because that's what we're told to want to do but it really is such a hollow and shallow way of quote unquote bonding. It doesn't really. It's not the type of bonding experience that really look back on fondly and say remember those times that you know like like the time. We did that fun thing. It's like a remember the the sad way in which we used to restrict ourselves right. Yeah Yeah also the thing that kind of made me feel like it was still not great to be dieting. At the same time is that my mom always told me that I was beautiful and she always kind of said. It was more about the health in the beauty of my body. And she. Oh she's always went to tell me like so beautiful that obviously she valued appearance too but not as much as my grandma but she she did and so she was always done. Even when a Yoyo didn't matter you know she would always tell me like you're beautiful and I think that might have been productive. You know just to note that she. It was a way for her to tell her to tell me that. You know that you really love me. I think at a not to tie that up with like I don't like you. I don't love you when you're not that type of thing. Yeah so protective to have her giving you that. Unconditional love even no matter what happens to your body because I think there are sadly so many people who hear the opposite of that message right. You're only loved if you're thin. Yeah and it was very difficult. Obviously to go through all of the dieting and even the different conversations we had about weight. And you know she did tell me. There was this week that she told me that. I should never surpass and that was pretty traumatizing. You know looking back but it was always dislike sense of like she cares so much and she such a loving mom that yeah it definitely. It was very protective and I really feel for those people that were told The meanest things just felt that there really liked their total their entire worth was based on that that must have yet so hard to to go through so hard and I mean even like you know those those moments of being told. There's a certain way or you shouldn't surpass or that just being told to Diet in the first place is so traumatizing in and of itself. But it's like another level when someone says also you're not loved unless you are. I think it just kicks that trauma up just such a high degree definitely That sounds so painful and so difficult but it sounds like also you really bought into it at the time so you didn't even necessarily see it as a problem. You saw it as you know something that you should be striving for as well Yep. I saw it as like the big problem that had to solve for myself being like a somewhat of a perfectionist. It was like this big challenge like my weight was like this thing that I had to figure out and even like I think my friends were. I was that person that would tell people like. Oh No you know. Stop restricting so much like. That's not the way to go about it. You know like doing a bit of reading. I was really trying to figure it out. I really took like a scientific interest in it that eventually. That led me to go into nutrition but yeah I was. It was just like this big question. Mark Mile Right. It was like that. Yeah the thing that you had to organize yourself around while. I'm curious to how that lead into into studying nutrition because I think that is so common for so many of us the sort of personal pursuit of thinness and perfection and eating at all the stuff leading into you know that scientific interest and eventually deciding to pursue it as a career yeah the UNICORNS that going through nutrition because they really love food so few of US really I have a friend of mine is like that. I'm always like wow. That's that's crazy but Most of comes from know that trauma and for me it was so I did a bachelor's actually psychology and then I took a gap year because I didn't know what to do. I went to France during that gap year and in France I struggled a lot with the restriction and binging so I think when I was in France I probably could have been diagnosed with them binge eating disorder. Pretty sure it was the I'd never been in such pain before you know over that. Obviously the binging to me was the big problem and so during that time in France trying not to eat carbs in Paris which is really this chilliest every possible. Yeah it's so it's so the you know really but anyways so I looked into The science finally of weight. Well I guess not finally because it wasn't the first time but I was like okay. I need to figure this out. I was suffering so much you know and so I started reading and I did find the best resources to be honest. I didn't figure it out. Obviously but I was just obsessed with it and at one point my parents came to visit me and I was talking about nutrition. Because that's like about 'em but why don't you just go into nutrition like you know everything about it you know. You're all already like knowledgeable and really like it and you know you could just make a career out of it and actually. She said that to me before. But I really didn't want to because I had this terrible memory of going to a Dietitian when I was a kid. 'cause my mom brought with dietician and she. I remember like the lady just showing me like portion sizes of I still have this memory with the plates and the fake. Pasta I know is like this is for so I thought it was boring and also like I was not excited by her message was like lady telling me like what to eat with these ugly looking like fake Pasta that. I know they're so gross so I had this really bad memory about what Dietitians did so. I didn't WanNa do that. But then when my mom came like a few years later in Paris you like you should do that and I decided to just like you know what you're right totally obsessed. Let's just I'll just make a cure career out of it. So that's how I decided to start my bachelor's in diabetics I can so identify with that. I feel like the sort of obsession. The fact that you're just thinking about it all the time and already felt like you knew so much. That was exactly what drove me to go to Grad School for Nutrition WanNa study the quote unquote obesity epidemic. I thought I was. You know helping somehow. Yeah Yeah and also for me during that gap here in France I actually put on quite a bit of weight and Right before going to France I had lost it a lot because I going to France. You know I have to be very thin. That was how I was thinking at the time so obviously when I went there and then I put all the way back on so in my mind I was like well. I couldn't be you know a bigger Dietitian. That's impossible so it's going to. It's going to force me to figure out you know. Solve the problem of weight and myself all become then this thin version of me and everything will be great now help people just like you said like I'll help people lose weight and keep it a funeral. That was my whole hope. And that's why I went into. It makes so much sense that that hope and that sort of line of thinking when you're coming out of diet culture and when you're struggling with your own issues too because I also was like you know still struggling with my own restriction and binging when I went back to school and definitely in the back of my mind was like this'll finally unlocked the secrets..

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The Wellness Diet, Binge Eating Disorder, and Diet Culture vs. Intuitive Eating with Julia Levy-Ndejuru, Anti-Diet Dietitian

Food Psych

08:51 min | 1 year ago

The Wellness Diet, Binge Eating Disorder, and Diet Culture vs. Intuitive Eating with Julia Levy-Ndejuru, Anti-Diet Dietitian

"Why there's no such thing as quote unquote light restriction? How pregnancy affected her relationship with her body. How even body liberation activists can still be triggered by diet culture and so much more. It's a really really great conversation. I cannot wait to share it with you in just a moment but first I just want to say if you're having any sort of panic or fear about Corona Virus. I hear you I'm with you. I feel so much compassion for you. I record these intros about two weeks ahead of the actual podcast aired eight. So I'm not sure what's actually going to be going on by then but right now we're in the in the thick of it. I just went to the drugstore yesterday for some staff and I saw that the entire shelf where the sanitizing wipes are usually kept was empty. That there is no more rubbing alcohol on the shelf. There was no more hand sanitizer in the store like people are freaking out and I get it. It is scary and the minute we start panicking. The minute we start. Getting anxious actually reduces our immune system's ability to fight off infections. And so the best thing we can do is actually to try to remain calm to use stress relieving practices that are beneficial to us like meditation and Yoga and calling friends and having our support systems around us and cuddling our pets end all of the coping skills that we use in life to heal from disordered eating as well and I know that a moment like this can make it harder to use those coping skills that are helpful and useful a not fall back on disordered eating because that is a coping mechanism that we've used in times of anxiety and stress before but I just want to highlight that I know this is a time of extreme anxiety and the best thing you can do for yourself is to try to reduce that anxiety through positive means and try not to fall back on the coping mechanisms that are going to hurt you like disordered eating and now I want to switch gears a little bit and answer this week's listener question although it might not be as much of a switching gears as you might think because it is kind of about anxiety in this case anxiety about particular foods. It's from a listener named Steph. Who Writes Hi Christie? I'm a longtime listener. And I've been working hard to relinquish restrictive practices and thoughts in my life as you know. We are surrounded by so many triggers even navigating. A regular day can sometimes feel daunting. I'm particularly susceptible to messages about digestive health and food allergies and sensitivities. I've recently seen a lot of TV ads for a certain brand of home testing kit that screens for food sensitivities that the actors in the ads claim have been missed by doctors. What do you make these at home tests and do you think they might accomplish anything? Other than encouraging further disordered eating. Thanks so much for all the incredible work you do. I can't wait to read your book. So thanks Steph for that great question and before I answer just my standard disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes. Only an aren't a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice. So I'm really glad you asked this question because I've seen those ads on. Tv Too and they make me just so furious. I think they're so irresponsible so I'm not naming the brand here. Even though staff asked about the particular brand in in the initial question. I'm not naming the brand because I don't want to promote them in any way but based on all the research I've done about this over the years for my book and for my clients and my own edification. I think it's safe to say that. Any home testing kit for purported food sensitivities as well as many of the tests that alternative health providers and even some medical doctors these days are using to diagnose supposed food sensitivities are really load of BS and as you said staff. They really don't accomplish anything. Other than encouraging further disordered eating other than making people more anxious and more scared about food and I say this because these tests are really based on unsound science so the home testing kit that you mentioned staff is one that uses iggi. Antibodies or measures IGGI. Antibodies which they're advocates say are away to diagnose supposed food sensitivities that doctors supposedly miss and that purportedly manifest is all kinds of different conditions like bloating and other unexplained digestive issues as well as you know fatigue and weight gain acne and dry skin and stuff. That wouldn't seem to have any relationship with something that you eat at first glance so basically all symptoms that aren't fully understood or don't have a hard and fast cause or cure and which are in most cases just part of being human right all these things get attributed to suppose food intolerance in this view and they get lumped together and sort of like food becomes the panacea for supposedly treating these issues. And what's even sneakier about this explanation? This sort of like it's all down to the food explanation is that the reactions to these supposed- food sensitivities are said to be delayed so that it's not immediately obvious which food is quote unquote causing the problems. You have to take their test and pay the money to take their test right in order to know but the problem with these kinds of tests is that I G G. Antibodies in the blood. Don't actually mean you have a food intolerance or food sensitivity in fact research shows that it's actually the reverse. I G G. Antibodies are markers of food tolerance or food desensitization. So if you take one of these tests at home or at the doctor or at the natural path or whatever and it shows that you have I G G. Antibodies to a bunch of different foods. It just means that you've been exposed to those foods you've eaten those foods recently and your body is not sensitive to them. Your body actually tolerates them very well and the way to know if you've been given one of these bogus tests is if your results are along. Color Code often color coded list of foods that you're supposedly intolerant to like ten twenty thirty forty fifty foods right and I've seen people many people who've had twenty or more foods on these lists things that they regularly eat. Which of course makes them feel like? They can't eat anything anymore because they have a sensitivity to every food under the sun. And it's like Oh my gosh this is all the stuff I eat all the time. So what am I gonNa do and the truth is it's exactly the opposite. They're seeing these. Iggi antibodies in the blood because they eat those foods regularly because they're not sensitive to those foods but unfortunately when people get these kinds of results and they don't know that the I G test is bogus. They often start restricting in response to these results and that can just make everything worse. All of their symptoms worse than their mental health. Worse as well. Because they're disordered eating ramps up to the next level so I would definitely recommend steering clear of any supposed- food sensitivity tests that you see advertised to consumers on TV or elsewhere and also being really judicious about the medical providers. You go to with questions about food. Sensitivities and the kinds of tests that you'll accept from those providers so if a provider tries to give you an I G G test for food sensitivities G. as in girl run for the hills right the only food sensitivity tests that are actually validated. And that are supported by the allergist and immunologist boards are I G E tests e as in elephant and an aide test. A is an apple. Is what rules out or diagnosis sillier disease so GE and a are validated tests for particular reasons. And I G G is not a valid scientific test for anything and even with the I g test by the way is an elephant. You're not supposed to task indiscriminately for I G G results. It's only if you feel like you've had a known reaction you've definitely noticed something in response to a particular food you can get an I g e test to confirm or rule that out or sort of narrow down what the issue might be but I'd Ge and a really should only be used in specific contexts by doctors who know what they're doing with those tests and really in most cases and I know that there are some exceptions to this. There are some great natural paths and other alternative health practitioners that. Listen to this podcast. But in general medical doctors are really the ones that are gonNA prescribe those tasks and they're going to be the ones who are most likely to choose the appropriate test and not give you some bogus. I G G test which is not valid right but I have seen unfortunately some gastroenterologist prescribe and I G G test which is horrifying. So if there's no scientific basis to those tests

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Diet and Digestion Issue

Food Psych

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Diet and Digestion Issue

"The question is from a listener named Carla who writes dear Christie first of all I would like to express my gratitude for your podcast not just because your words and ideas reach me personally but because you're educating a whole new generation of people about accepting themselves and others around on your podcast has been quite helpful so far but I do have a question that maybe you could help me out with as I feel this. Topic is not readily discussed still. I've been struggling with being a part of Diet. Hi It culture since I was probably five years old and now I am twenty along the way of suffered disordered eating and perhaps a form of binge eating disorder. I've been doing so so much better in the last two years but have one thing on my mind that causes me problem. Sometimes which is digestion. It seems like once you notice your digestion getting messed up as mine did during severe periods of restriction you cannot put it out of your mind that easily anymore. I suffered constipation for some time during my eating disorder days which do not suffer today anymore but I'm still highly highly aware of it for example. My digestion works out quite well. If I had my predictable daily routine sleep enough etc but sometimes if it happens that I don't manage to go to the toilet as predicted I feel like my whole day is not going well and I also have different food preferences and sometimes even feel simply tired down. I notice not not something I can force as bodies have their own wisdom but I'd like to know how to cope with this uncertainty and lowered mood especially when I'm traveling. I want to go out there in the world and explore or as much as I can without being dependent on my digestive processes and worrying whether I'll be loaded constipated or something else and know that the still might be taboo topic on public platforms platforms but I feel like you're a person could help kindest regards Carla so thanks Carla for that great question and before I answer just my usual disclaimer that these answers and this podcast in general are informational and educational purposes only at art a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice so yeah this is such a great question and it really is not discussed enough in our field but I just want to empathize with your situation because I actually went through something really similar myself in the early days of my recovery so I can feel your pain and I know digestive. Discomfort is a big pain. I've shared here before on the podcast that I was diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome and also acid reflux or gird is the acronym for it right around the time that I was

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"But generally speaking, the statistics say about anywhere from ten to fifteen million men in the US are affected by eating disorders, like anorexia, bulimia binge eating disorder about anywhere from two to three million men have something called body, Dismore, Fiqh disorder, which is where you are preoccupied with a part of your body. It could be your knows it could be your penis size. It could be your hair, your muscular already to a point that really gets is significantly interfering in their lives. And in which they obsess in often avoid situations because of their negative body image. And then when you include what we call sub clinical body, image and eating disorders, so people that might not meet the kind of clinical criteria, but are close to. That amounts actually in the mill anywhere from five to ten million men and in fact, a lot of men might fall, right under that radar where even in research studies or in treatment samples might not be picked up because maybe they're not because again, a lot of the criteria of how even define some of these, particularly with eating disorders was almost exclusively based on women. I mean even the, the studies. I mean, if you look at some of the very popular eating disorder questionnaires and surveys, they'll be items like I don't like my thighs and you have to rate your level of agreement with that. I don't like my but I don't like my breasts. You know, terms that are, you know, men don't really relate to the concept of thought is now if you ask, if you were that to say, I don't like my quads you know, I don't I'm not satisfied with my fitness shape or things like that, or my muscles size, then you're going to have a different endorsement of how men respond to that. So there's still a lot more. Work in identifying. But I know just clinically with the majority of men that I treat who struggle with these things I am one of few if not the only person that knows that they struggle with it. It's still something, that's very, very shameful that with the boys that I treat obviously, their parents family members. No, I have been seeing a trend where there's better identification now and people are coming into treatment earlier, which is a good thing. And at the same time, I've also seen an increase in these problems with boys and men. So let's talk about what's going on there as you highlight in the book, like this really wasn't a problem would say from my grandfather's originally that World War Two generation in, but he started seeing to happen in the seventies and eighties. Like, what changed what's going on? That's causing this uptick. Yes. So that's absolutely true. So historically, we can document eating disorders in women to the sixteen hundreds of it's historically for spiritual. Religious media, pop culture. All of those reasons with men, we really didn't see it so much in an until again those late seventies early eighties. And we attribute a couple of things to that. So one is that if we, we've done studies looking at even advertising in media that somebody had the brilliant idea, probably realising while, hey, we have half the population hating their bodies in profiting off of that. Why don't we make the other half of the population, not like the way they look and profit off of that. And so we started to see particularly in the early eighties. This rush of advertising featuring half nude male models. Things like designer underwear like think about it. I mean, in this would our grandfathers have cared about designer underwear like Calvin Klein or Armani. You know absolutely not. It would have been fruit of the loom or Hanes, you know, something just very functional. So the idea of men, even thinking about those things started to become much more advertised of for them. Also, if you think about the early eighties it in Hollywood, you have people like Sylvester Stallone Arnold Schwarzenegger, and actors who were not of who clearly rather their bodies were these issues of commodity in currency for them as opposed to the Hollywood actors in the forties in the fifties. But also, we started to see a whole tied changing on in a very positive way around how women in men's started to see themselves in obviously in the late sixties in the seventies, we had the women's liberation movement in feminist movement, which we talk about in the book is being a very positive cultural change..

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Food Psych

"Kind of become. Absurd. These sort of see it. I think over time that way. Much more clearly for what it is, which is intimate invention. And it takes advantage of people in such a way that now I think, when I have because I still have OG should I wear this? I don't look thin in it or whatever those still crap up because that wiring is so old and so deep. But now, when it triggers instead of feeling shame what I feel is anger. Actually, it makes me mad that I serve I've that it makes me mad for my clients. It makes me mad for when I see people on Facebook hosting how much weight they lost on their latest diets since the new year whatever it just makes me sad and it makes me angry. And that's okay. I'm okay with that ranch totally. Why think there's something really valuable about anger in the sense of, you know, it creates some distance that you wouldn't be able to be angry about a situation if you were accepting that situation as the status quo is what it is. There's no. Turn it. I think anger is like a productive force because it allows you to get some distance into say, like this ain't right? There's something here, we need to fix. And I'm angry about it. That's powerful. Absolutely. If the horse power that I spent in that my pure spent growing up was not used to try to be thinner was not used in body. Shame. Imagine what that or power might have done. I know I think that's what this all comes down to write. I know for me. That's a huge part of what drives my work. That's kind of the biggest part of what drives my work is, they're all he's brilliant amazing, beautiful people in all senses of the word that are just frittering away or having their time, really stolen away from them on this planet because of this shit. It's does not okay. You know, we need to get angry. We need to figure out a way to harness are amazing energy and creativity and our minds towards something bigger and better. I think that's that's definitely been a piece of it for me too. So I turned fifty last year. I think that piece of the sense of the shortening of time of the passage of time in a different kind of way, I think I feel even more passionately of this is an epic waste of time energy to be worrying about this. It is our time itself leading why are we spending time doing this? So I think that that piece I would love to see people able to step into that sooner me, too. I think that's such an important driving force for this work. And yes, something that I for sure, want to help people do, and so in your experience with binge eating disorder in developing your, you know, it sounds like you sort of develop your own approach to treating eating issues really inborn out of your own approach to serve helping yourself heal from your binge eating, and then sitting with clients and sort of working through this idea of letting go of the rules and finding a new way what has been your?.

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When It Comes To Race, Eating Disorders Don't Discriminate

NPR's World Story of the Day

07:12 min | 2 years ago

When It Comes To Race, Eating Disorders Don't Discriminate

"Eating disorders had the highest mortality rate of any psychiatric diagnosis this week. One organization is trying to spread the word that eating disorders affect all of us from NPR's coats, which podcast Charene, mice Marashi has more. Carla Moseley wants you to know that people with eating disorders, look like her two. I'm a woman of color, and I certainly didn't know that people like me had eating disorders. It seemed like it was a white rich female adolescent disorder only one of those identifiers fits Moseley whose black and binged purged for years. She also struggled with obsessive thoughts about food. I've experienced so many holidays and social. Events where I wasn't present with people because I was focusing on. What was on the table? What was going in my mouth? Then once I ate. It is gonna make me fat the next day food haunted her at times food comforted her at others. And when she threw food up she says, it was actually a way to purge pent up sadness and anxiety. She says there was a period in her life where she was throwing up every single night Moseley's an actor. She's been a regular on the daytime soap the Bolden the beautiful since twenty thirteen but a decade before that she was working on a kids show in Australia at night. I was doing this really violent thing by myself up all night. And then during the day, I was like smiling and entertaining children, and it was very strange, Dr Jekyll Mr Hyde moment, and I was kind of like barely keeping it together. And then my aunt passed away. Her aunt was like, a second mom, and when she got that news, the very first thing she did was run. Into the bathroom to throw up. Her colleagues were aware this was going on and begged her to get help which she did. And speaking honestly about her eating disorder, and her recovery is Moseley's way of giving back. She says she was lucky to have colleagues who supported her, and she knows not everyone has that luxury. So she's using her platform as a black actor with sixty thousand Instagram followers. You know, my picture shows up in their feet every day. And that's a wide range of people. I'm on the number one soap opera in the world is possible that by my telling my story people can be helped Carla Moseley's an ambassador for the largest nonprofit in the US helping people affected by eating disorders the national eating disorder association or Nita this week marks its annual eating disorder awareness campaign. And this year's theme is inclusivity the tagline come as you are. And one of our big goals with ambassadors is to really carry forward. This message of commas. You are that's the head of Mita Claire Miskito ambassadors like Carla or sharing their stories this week and miss go wants other people to do the same using the hashtag come as you are. She says thirty million Americans have struggled with an eating disorder at some point in their lives, and that number is probably higher because the stereotype of who has an eating disorder affects how we talk about eating disorders who seeks treatment who gets treatment and how they're treated miss. Go hopes people of all genders and racial and ethnic backgrounds will participate it's really about against celebrating community and busting these myths that prevent an have prevented so many people from coming forward. Another myth people with eating disorders are all thin Chevy's Turner who founded the binge eating disorder association in two thousand eight says that's just not true. She's struggled with both binge eating disorder and atypical anorexia. That's when you restrict your food intake in your calories. But you don't look super thin. I have always lived in a higher weight body. And so part of what the greater eating disorders community back in two thousand eight was not doing was really representing people in higher way bodies with eating disorders binge. Eating disorder wasn't recognized on the American psychiatric association's diagnostic manual back. Then as something Turner worked on changing and that officially happened in twenty thirteen now that there's more research on binge eating. She says demographic data's emerging the Latino community actually has the highest rates of binge eating disorder, and they are followed by the black community. A researcher told me that Latina she worked with who crossed the border from Central America and Mexico had gone without food for so long. They started binge eating once they finally had it so food insecurity can be a trigger. Trauma can also be a trigger as well as anxiety and depression, but most of the studies on what causes eating disorder. Have been done by white researchers on white women with diagnostic tools designed by white. Researchers for white women Turner who's white wanted to address this lack of representation in her own way. So she invited an equity expert who's black to speak at the binge eating disorder association's annual conference a few years ago. She says that expert desert Atalay got up on stage. And she said I just want to let y'all know that this is a room full of white supremacy. And until that point I had not really realized just how white are organizations were and just how much we were not listening Chevy's Turner has a new job. Now, she's at the national eating disorder association. She joined forces with Clare miss go at Nita to quote, unify the eating disorder community and miss go acknowledges, they have some work ahead when it comes to being more inclusive as a white woman. I'm sort of putting forward that typical picture of who struggles needed doesn't have a Latina ambassador yet. But they reached out to someone to help get the word out about come as you are her name's Gloria Lucas, and she started her own thing because like Chevy's Turner. She felt like the eating disorder community wasn't serving her knees as a Latina with an eating disorder who identifies as chubby. So she created not going up positively pride. Now, Gordon means a woman with the big butt. And it's also sling rights, I think that people relate to that. Right. That's big Spanish like, oh, this is familiar, Lucas, his Instagram. Also called nine going up, positively pride has eighty thousand followers, and she gives toxic schools and in bilingual bookstores, basically wherever she can gather an audience of people of color to share her own recovery story, and how she came to the realization that trying to prove her worth in a society that doesn't value her was making her sick. She says she read that eating disorders are saying reactions to insane circumstances, you know, but I think that KamAz your is like everybody from all different types of backgrounds. Come as you are and talk about our struggles with food right because eating disorders thrive in isolation. The national eating disorder association's come as you are campaign. Ends march. Third Shereen mighty Marashi. NPR news.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Lots of lots of learning there is it relevant to your actual practice. And how you help people the PHD. I mean besides qualifying you to actually do it. Yeah. I on that learning a lot. Condemning side of it not as much as I think the academic institutions would like to thank right. I mean, I do you know, I meet so many people that don't have Dr Ed or don't have a masters that that are doing unbelievable and amazing things. And so I think I think what it really there's a few things that I think, you know, having a doctorate degree gave me and really the first was credibility with other people who cared about that. And there are people who do, and there are people who should certainly I mean because that education and that knowledge in the wisdom that you gain from going to graduate school for a few years is really really important in key. But I think you know, now, I'm I'm twelve going on thirteen years out. And I would say that now much more my practice relies on intuition and skills that I've gained from experience. Not that I gained from classroom. Right. Yeah. That makes sense. Yeah. I mean, you know, classroom learning is just so limited an lock you in in a pattern of thinking. Yeah. I went to. Fantastic program that was really clinically based. So you know, I knew I didn't want to be a researcher. I knew that I didn't want to be sitting behind a computer interviewing people for data. I wanted to be sitting with people listening. So I knew so I picked a program based off of that. And it was a great program. It was it was clinical, and you know, from our third month in at school. We were we were doing the work. I mean, we were sitting clients. So by the time, I got out I had nearly are ready for years of experience under my belt. So it, you know, in that in that way. I, you know, I think it did give me so many tools, but classroom learning is is really it's such a fraction of of an understanding when you actually sit a help shooting learn how to diagnose in name things. But it doesn't necessarily help you transform people are get him out of there. Right. Yeah. That's where the experience comes in. That's so what do you have like a specialty, then so, you know, for a long time, it wasn't until maybe even the last year or so I've kind of branched out into into a more general practice, but for a long time, actually I worked significantly with eating disorders ruin. Yeah. So individuals who were struggling with anorexia bulimia binge eating disorder people who had exercise addiction, and then you know, out of just sort of a clinical diagnosis individuals that really were struggling in their relationship with food. You know, they were yo-yo dieting all the time and couldn't figure out how to make things work or. Just generally unhappy with their body. So I had a pretty I had a bunch of those people at my crossville, Jim. I'm sure for years. I I could point them on like, oh my gosh. Yeah. Person cheating and then running eight miles. Exactly. Right. And that's an addiction. Yeah. Huge interesting. Yeah. Big time. So recently, I've, you know, I've kind of started branching out a little bit more into other areas. But that was that's where I stayed for a long for a long time. And I think still in Dallas sort of what what I'm more known for specifically, I like the work, but it's it's really hard work, you know, eating disorders actually have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. Are you serious mortality? I thought you were going to say recividism recieve. How do you say that we're recidivism recidivism? Right. Yes. Cow. Yeah. So probably both but mortality mortality, so so you know, I've had clients pass away. You know, there's a there's a high suicide rate among individuals with eating which was a significant co morbidity with trauma. So the work is really heavy. It's a lot of stuff. I mean, a lot of people kind of joke about it. When I tell people that I work with eating disorders, and they grab my shoulder. And they're like, oh, I need to see us come from trauma and abuse..

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

"Aids for recovery and help them break out of restrictive patterns of thinking about portion size so when i talk about meal plans that's really what i'm talking about is something that helps you eat enough and enough is really important concept to me you know that's the title of my book and really i think it's so important in recovery from eating disorders because eating enough knowing that you are enough having enough with diet culture you know being fed up with it all of those things are ways that we heal and so you know when it comes to the eating part eating enough is a way that you heal so for you you know michelle who asked the question that was having someone else set your menu and serve food right and most residential treatment centers that i've heard of or at least the good ones anyway that is what everyone starts off with you know everyone starts off having their meals set out for them having no choice in their menu but you know there needs to be someone really knowledgeable and recovery minded determining how much on what kinds of food is going to be served on that menu because you know if you think about it it wouldn't do you in a good to have your friend who's in the throes of a restrictive eating disorder decide your menu right that would probably look like a pretty disordered menu so if the goal is having you eat enough so that your body and brain can heal from your eating disorder and that by the way goes for anyone with an eating disorder weather it's restrictive eating disorder pure binge eating disorder a binge restrict combo or you know any sort of compensatory behaviors as well all types of eating disorders require that you eat enough so that your body and your brain can heal from the eating disorder and so you know if you wanna have a menu that's like that it's essential to have someone in charge of serving your food who has a good relationship with food themselves right who's not disordered and who can create a ballpark estimate of what's going to be enough to accomplish that healing for you and monitor you.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"So we met and we were watching this basketball game and then all of a sudden i heard the word vibe aunts and my antenna just went like whoop up because i now know vibe aunts and i've never talked to anyone about it and i've never known anyone who's taken it and it was like you said that and and this whole world opened up showing me that a lot of people know vibe and things like that so for people listening if you're not familiar with what that is it's a stimulant use for adhd and also for like binge eating disorder one of the uses but it's similar to adderall and it's kind of like this crazy way to wake your brain up and i've taken it a couple of times and every time i've taken it i've felt so amazing and like i could rule the world and so i heard you mention it and then needed to talk to you but then a few days later i saw a a net flicks a documentary titled take your pills i seventeen and it actually i thought it was better than i think it only has like three stars or something unlike imdb but i liked it better than three stars i'd say three point eight stars it did get a little repetitive after a while but it was all about stimulants and i've never talked about stimulants on the show because i've never really known anything about them but all of a sudden i am aware that this is a massive world that i've been too naive to kind of know about i guess.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

"I'll be sure to linked to that in the show notes as well wonderful thank you we'll be putting updates about the book on the body wise website as well it's with my co author founder of binge eating disorder association she meets turner the book is called binge eating disorder the journey to recovery in beyond really excited about it so yeah thanks that's awesome i'm so excited about a too well thank you so much for being on the show it's delightful talking to you and i really appreciate it you too christine his delight thank you so that's our show thanks again so much amy partying for joining us on this episode and thanks to you for listening as always if you're looking for some practical tips to get started on your anti diet journey grab my free audio guides seven simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food just head over to christi harrison dot com slash strategies to get it that's christie harrison dot com slash strategies if you've gotten something out of this podcast please help us reach more people who need to hear the anti diet message which is everyone by sharing this episode on apple podcast or itunes or your favorite podcast platform sharing on one of the apple platforms helps bring us up higher in the podcast rankings so that more people discover us so that we can continue to drown out the pro diet messages and keep rising up in the health rankings you can also leave us a nice rating and review and your podcast provider of choice which i always so appreciate and it's another way to help new listeners discover us as well to get full show notes from this episode including all the resources we discussed plus a full transcript head over to christi harrison dot com slash one forty nine that's christie harrison dot com slash one four nine and to get the transcript just scroll down to the bottom of the page where it says get the transcript this episode was brought to you by online course intuitive eating fundamentals if you're ready to make peace with food become an intuitive eater and leave diet culture behind once and for all learn more and sign up for the course at christie harrison dot com slash course that's christie harrison dot com slash course food psych is edited and engineered by podcast fast track and i'm so grateful for all their help over the years in making the.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

"At their own diocese and work through them because i think that that's what gets in the way of really seeing the individual that sitting in front of you and treating them with the same compassion the same empathy the same diagnostics skills that you would somebody in a smaller body so i think that we as providers have a responsibility to work through this stuff i mean we all are in the same culture so we're all impacted by diet culture and i think that the vast majority of clinicians are not trying to do harm i think people go into the field because they want to help people but the reality is that if they haven't worked through their own way bias than they are harming people and i think it's true for individual providers and i think it's true for institutions you know where you see that there are residential treatment facilities who market that they treat anorexia bulimia binge eating disorder end quote unquote obesity well body size again is not an eating disorder so just that in and of itself has so stigmatizing unproblematic and it's happening all over the place in the eating disorder field so i think for providers to really work through their own staff around this their own biases and then their own feelings about their own body and just doing their own work i think is so important and i think some of how to change that is that those of us who are in the field and are doing this work to start naming at and talking about it because i think part of the problem is there's been this kind of stigma or this idea and a feel that were not supposed to self disclose were not supposed to admit that we struggle and we're human of course we struggle you know of course we have our own stucco going on and i think the more we condemn that and talk about it the batter yeah and then i think for people who are struggling are suffering i wish that they were not having to do the emotional labor and the work of advocating for themselves over and over again but i think unfortunately that right now.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,

"Xia and then bulimia and finally binge eating disorder was given a classification a now finally we're just getting some understanding and awareness around things like higherweight eating disorders and yes eating disorders the don't fit those three general categories that are sort of more nonspecific or float between them or have other behaviors associated with them and so like the science and the research is evolving and the insurance and medical model of treatment of eating disorders hasn't really caught up yet yeah it's really behind the times i think it's really not at i like slightly i think it's making changes but at a snail's pace like one guy from yeah like something i saw what else and treatment in america that i really appreciate it with this substance of treatment model and at times if they have recovery companions and they had like some of the coaches and things like that and i was like oh my goodness what are they have that eating disorders like the exactly i would've loved someone to come here with me and just spaniard you know the first week at har with me once i get out of treatment on like that would be amazing and it was like wow well you know therapist can't do that the into their clients harms any you can't just get someone off the street you need someone who specialized in eating disorders sir something i've designed at came up with his welker a cup of living is transition assistance that when people are literally coming out of residential treatment and going harm pitch pay or maybe they just going to school and they want someone to come with them to help set them up for life in recovery is if someone's insurance cops i'll go to the treatment center and only the drive by her with them and then i'll be like hey let's do your first grocery shop together let's do your best nielsen's next to get a let's go to find out where school isn't it like no you pocking the caucus at school you don't pocket a cop that's like six blocks away inner and so.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"Couldn't do that but it was like let's figure out another way to use technology so that you could have that support that you need in the middle of the day which has your high whisk time for restricting fascinating fascinating we've been talking now about anorexia and as you pointed out that's the least common of the eating disorders that you might see what about binge eating what can be done for that were actually pretty good but not perfect it treating bingeeating and i think the nice thing about that is we've got a real clear behavioral endex we can count how many binches per week or how many binches per day you have so we really know when someone's getting well um um cognitive behavioral therapy is still the treatment of choice for binge eating disorder um and now what we're doing that's much better than we've ever done before is again were using technology in order to help people record their binges and figure out what their high risk periods are that sort of signal an impending bench and the past he would give people these little paper and pencil diaries were they went right down i binged on tuesday morning at eleven a and people hate attack at war's harassing ashamed folate was clergy you know but now you can use your smartphone there are apps that you can use um we use app called recovery record which has just super um because it also gives you a lot of reinforcement an encouragement to continue working toward recovery you're listening to doctors cindy bulich she's distinguished professor of eating disorders in the department of psychiatry in the school of medicine at the university of north carolina chapel hill and she is professor of nutrition at the gillingham school of go.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"Diet um or a diuretic abuse water pills the third and actually most common eating disorder his binge eating disorder and that's people who have the binge episodes said the evenign will usually large amount of food and feel out of control but they don't couple it with the purging behaviors and that often but not always goes handinhand with being overweight or obese i can see how it could lead to being overweight easily do we have any idea what triggers such behaviors the bench eating is actually very interesting i do a lot of work with people with binge eating disorder and many of them trace their out of control eating all the way back to early childhood so they will say and we call it something different and kids we call it loss of control eating 'cause it's really hard for them to quantify how much they eat but these people will talk about memories of just making batches of cookie dough and taking it up to their bedroom and his eating the cookie dough straight or their parents finding drawers filled with chocolate rappers so they had this loss of control behavior really early on mm i know this is reviewing a secret but up when we moved terry's parents from their house to a retirement community we found so much chocolate and other snacks mostly chocolate hidden away in various places i mean amazing places in drawers in the freezer in the refrigerator tucked away behind everything at terry's mom is not overweight if anything she is really thin near assuming that my mother is the chocolate eater oh i don't think so really i don't think so.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Welcome to the site central show why each episode presents an indepth look at issues from the field of psychology and mental health with host gay powered and co host vincent m wales hello and welcome to this week's episode of the saarc central podcast my name is gave howard air with me as always is vincent and wales and today we are going to discuss binge eating disorder in chicago is no surprise that have many people there while i'm overweight but are used to be really really overweight and then who is now spelt and sexy was you you have an interesting definition of spelt sexy men carr's damn the bottom line then if we're being honest with ourselves you and i are both overweight truth now i don't know why you're overweight why are you overweight did a bad eating habits genetics you now lack of exercise pick your reason probably all of the above who who i am overweight because i have been eating disorder it pretty much means that i eat for any emotional rusen if i'm angry i eat front sad i use if i'm bored i eat upon scared i needs union sort of became a my defacto defence mechanism for the world and it caused me to balloon out of five hundred fifty pounds you might be describing it but just left out a key part of it which is eating large amounts of food a large amount of food very rapidly right it all you described was emotional leading which applies to me as well but you have the other factor.

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"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"binge eating disorder" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"It's it's it does need to be taken into consideration it can't be ignored ghettos ray who who and so what does treatment look like inonu of course this is very um across you know the diagnosis in the person but would would treatment look like for example like were binge eating disorder lakewood might some things um that you would do with the client in your office wealth quite a bit of a couples have behavioral therapy and that's basically um getting an understanding of how the person thinks like an easy way to describe it layman's terms way describe masai glass half empty or glass halffull in a pessimist optimist what have you you so we're trying to figure out what the clients negative thinking you know just what that typically look site on to like a said last half empty and giving the client tools of ways to have alternative ways of thinking of a healthier perspective you know oftentimes say somebody was on fired from their job the of course it's going to be very normal for them to to have some negative thoughts at ono how my going to pay my mortgage or when will i get another job or on not good enough because slightly fired near where have you but having a person change their money change their thoughts about you know i will get another job i least i will use my resources what heavy in the same thing with emotional eating um or binge eating part me but it's sort of like on well if i eat all of this ice cream today i promise i'll be good tomorrow you know and so it's getting folks to change the way they they thinking in saying no i can have some of this ice cream today and some tomorrow that's another way of thinking of it so it's it's changing berry rational or negative thoughts into more functional.

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