- September 1st, 2014
Millions of people struggle with appetite control and eating disturbances—but food addictions cannot be resolved with willpower alone. Those who suffer from chronic overeating are left on an anguishing rollercoaster ride of difficult emotions, social challenges, and destructive physical consequences.Controlling Appetite With Vitamin and Mineral SupplementsBy James Greenblatt, MD, with Virginia Ross-Taylor, PhD
- December 1st, 2013
The holidays can be difficult for anyone trying to watch what they eat, but they’re even worse for those with an eating disorder.
- September 1st, 2008
For Ana Forrest, yoga began as a form of poor man’s therapy. Sexually abused as a child, living in poverty, not having enough to eat, Forrest’s early life seemed a setup for addiction. In the beginning she turned to drugs, alcohol, and food—anything that could help her check out. At 18, her addiction was bulimia. She ate and ate and then purged.Sun Salutes offer an alternative 12-step program.By Elizabeth Marglin