Breakthrough Science: Curing “Incurable” Diseases

Breakthrough Science - Healing “Incurable” Sickness

The “incurable” diseases are not as incurable as you think. I expected to bedridden and befuddled by now due to my “incurable” disease – secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. For 7 years, I’d been going steadily downhill, despite taking the latest, greatest drugs. In 2007, I could walk short distances using two walking sticks, and could…

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4 Trends That Are Shaping the Future of Nutrition

4 Trends that Are Shaping the Future of Nutrition

Marc David here, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I’ve spent the last 3 decades doing my best to advance the fields of nutrition and eating psychology, and I’m happy to say, there’s lots of good news to look forward to. At the same time, there’s plenty of room for improvement in…

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Dr. Sara’s Book Club #4: EatQ by Susan Albers, PhD

Do you love diet books? Read them for fun? I understand that most people just want to find ONE weight loss program that works and call it a day. But when it comes to our relationship with food, I find the wide variety of approaches absolutely fascinating. I love to learn more about what’s involved…

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Food Addiction = Disease: Stages & Consequences

I’m going to draw heavily again from Kay Sheppard’s book on food addiction along with my professional and personal experience to lay out for you the stages and consequences of the disease of food addiction. It’s when we look at food addiction as a bad habit that needs to be changed by sheer force of…

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