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Veganism and Eating Disorders: A chat with an anthropologist

In this podcast I talk to Karen Korn. Karen is the mother of a sufferer of Anorexia, and has spent the last couple of years helping her daughter battle this deadly disease. Karen is also an anthropologist, and has some ideas about veganism and eating disorders that I think are interesting. She’s got more of a tactful and thoughtful message than I have I think, as I just tend to bulldoze in with my “nobody who has had an eating disorder can be a vegan” approach, so her ideas might go over better for those of you who bristle at my own. Anthropology is the study of humans. It’s also the study of human culture, and food is often a large part of our culture, isn’t it?. Regardless of religion or race, there is always a food-orientated holiday somewhere on the calendar. We go through phases as a culture over time too, not so long ago the main phase in Western culture was low fat. You all know how I feel about that one, I only dedicated my book’s title to it “Love Fat.” While we seem to be making positive shifts towards understanding once again that fat is an important nutrient, we’ve moved on to a new phase or trend in food. All this “Clean eating” and speciality diets. Yes, veganism. It’s an interesting discussion, we begin by talking about Karens own daughter’s experience of Anorexia and how she went about noticing the problem, to making the first steps around getting treatment. I asked Karen to shoot me some resources to do with ethical eating, vegainsim etc. Well there is a whole huge long list from her — don’t miss the “solutions” at the bottom— enjoy!Linkshttp://www.beyondveg.com/index.shtml http://naturalhygienesociety.org/diet3.html#4 http://tabithafarrar.com/2016/06/back-veganism-eating-disorders-conversation/ = LOL You’ve been in my Bookmarks for a while nowhttp://www.livescience.com/26278-risks-raw-vegan-diet.html http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/04/17/is-veganism-good-for-everyone/meat-is-brain-food http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/04/17/is-veganism-good-for-everyone http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/04/17/is-veganism-good-for-everyone/a-choice-with-definite-risks http://www.mdpi.com/2075-4698/4/2/127 Which diet is best? Vegan, Vegetarian, Paleo, WAPF, Low-Carb….? http://www.onegreenplanet.org/lifestyle/understanding-neocarnism/ http://www.science20.com/news_articles/vegetarians_found_to_have_more_cancer_allergies_and_mental_health_disorders-133332 https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolutionary-psychiatry/201211/youre-vegetarian-have-you-lost-your-mind https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/real-healing/201211/vegetarianism-and-eating-disorders http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3466124/ https://ijbnpa.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1479-5868-9-67 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195666311006271 Study: Vegetarians Less Healthy, Lower Quality Of Life Than Meat-Eaters http://www.naturalhealthprotocol.com/vegetarianism-and-body-chemistry.htmlthan-meat-lovers/#sthash.25dQeQQH.jnh7BGCi.dpbs Why I Stopped Being Vegetarian http://www.scientific-alliance.org/scientific-alliance-newsletter/can-vegetarians-save-world http://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9781137554888#reviews https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/vegetarian-or-omnivore-the-environmental-implications-of-diet/2014/03/10/648fdbe8-a495-11e3-a5fa-55f0c77bf39c_story.html http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2010/07/is-vegetarian-diet-green Why vegetarianism will not save the world What if the whole world went vegan? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/foodanddrinknews/8012205/Eat-meat-and-save-the-planet-says-eco-warrior-and-former-vegetarian.htmlSolutions:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permaculture https://permacultureprinciples.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquaponics http://sift.ncat.org/small_scale.php http://sustainablefoodtrust.org/articles/small-scale-farming/ http://sustainableagriculture.net/publications/grassrootsguide/local-food-systems-rural-development/ http://asi.ucdavis.edu/programs/sarep/about/what-is-sustainable-agriculture http://www.regenerativedesign.org/programs/integral-permaculture-fall-2016-2017#.V7Xk3j4rJ0s

29mins

4 Sep 2016

Rank #1

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Dr G: Tummy Troubles in Eating Disorder Recovery

Tabitha talks to Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani about all things gastrointestinal in eating disorder recovery! We talk about bowel movements, irritable bowel syndrome, delayed gastric emptying, and so much more!   Medical Minute Videos: Gastroparesis: https://youtu.be/ANke8zW_Uu8Bloating: https://youtu.be/XAMplGpuO2QMetabolism: https://youtu.be/i27GwLaE3PQBlog Posts: The Unmeasurables of an Eating Disorder: http://www.gaudianiclinic.com/gaudiani-clinic-blog/2017/1/11/the-unmeasurables-of-an-eating-disorder Cave Person Brain, Part 1: http://www.gaudianiclinic.com/gaudiani-clinic-blog/2017/7/31/cave-person-brain-part-1 Cave Person Brain, Part 2: http://www.gaudianiclinic.com/gaudiani-clinic-blog/2017/7/27/cave-person-part-2 Unzip Your Digestive Tract FromYour Emotional State: http://www.denverhealth.org/medical-services/acute-center-for-eating-disorders/acute-medical-mondays/article/unzip-your-digestive-tract-from-your-emotional-state-20328Why Do I Swell Up?: Dehydration, Edema, and the Effects of Purging (Vomiting, Laxatives, and/or Diuretics): http://www.denverhealth.org/medical-services/acute-center-for-eating-disorders/acute-medical-mondays/article/e2809cwhy-do-i-swell-upe2809d-dehydration-edema-and-the-effects-of-purging-vomiting-laxatives-andor-diuretics-23148 How starvation works against metabolism: http://www.denverhealth.org/medical-services/acute-center-for-eating-disorders/acute-medical-mondays/article/test-article-18548 Gastroparesis: An often painful and dangerous eating disorder complication: http://www.denverhealth.org/medical-services/acute-center-for-eating-disorders/acute-medical-mondays/article/gastroparesis-an-often-painful-and-dangerous-eating-disorder-complication-18626 AED Guidelines: https://www.aedweb.org/index.php/education/eating-disorder-information/eating-disorder-information-13

37mins

20 Sep 2017

Rank #2

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Neural Rewiring For Full Recovery From An Entrenched Eating Disorder

In this podcast Tabitha Farrar explains why she believes that neural rewiring is a crucial and often not understood aspect of achieving full recovery from a long-term restrictive eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder. 

24mins

13 Aug 2018

Rank #3

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Thom Rutledge: Learning To Talk Back At The Eating Disorder Voice

In this podcast I talk to psychotherapist and author Thom Rutledge about addition, eating disorders, and ignoring the negative inner voice.Thom Rutledge, LCSW is a psychotherapist in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the author of several books, including Embracing Fear, The Self-Forgiveness Handbook, The Greater Possibilities, Simple Truth and is co-author (with Jenni Schaefer) of Life Without Ed. Thom has been featured on NBC’s Today Show, CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Australia’s Channel 10 and has consulted with The Dr. Phil Show. For more information about Thom’s books, workshops and availability for Skype or telephone consultations, visit www.thomrutledge.com.Thom’s books: https://www.amazon.com/Thom-Rutledge/e/B001H6NZWG/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 Thom’s Nutshell Wisdom Gift Shop: www.cafepress.com/nutshells Thom’s FREE Download Page: www.thomrutledge.com/free-downloadsSupport this podcast via Patreon!You can support this podcast and ensure the continuation of it by pledging a patreon donation here: https://www.patreon.com/Eating_Disorder_Recovery_PodcastWe want your feedback on these podcasts!Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Subscribe to these podcasts in iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eating-disorder-recovery-podcast/id1138563928?mt=2Community Links:Adults in recovery community Slack Group: http://tabithafarrar.com/slack-forum/ Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/EDMealSupport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ED_MealSupport

57mins

14 Mar 2017

Rank #4

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Hunger in Anorexia Recovery

Hunger is a fascinating and crucial topic in Anorexia recovery. Navigating hunger can be difficult when hunger signals are either nonexistent, sporadic, or unrelenting. At times of under-nutrition, most people with restrictive eating disorders such as Anorexia experience a vast reduction in hunger cues — this is a very normal result of the body moving into starvation mode. When we start to eat in recovery, hunger signals can be all over the place! In this podcast, Tabitha Farrar gives some insight into hunger based on her own experience and also those of the people with whom she was worked.  Support this podcast via Patreon!You can support this podcast and ensure the continuation of it by pledging a patreon donation here: https://www.patreon.com/Eating_Disorder_Recovery_Podcast We want your feedback on these podcasts!Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Subscribe to these podcasts in iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eating-disorder-recovery-podcast/id1138563928?mt=2Community Links:Adults in recovery community Slack Group: http://tabithafarrar.com/slack-forum/ Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/EDMealSupport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ED_MealSupport

39mins

15 May 2017

Rank #5

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Actually it IS about the food: a talk with psychotherapist Danielle B. Grossman

Dannielle B. Grossman is a California licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in Truckee, California. She also works by phone and FaceTime with clients throughout California.  Danielle understands that food deprivation and fear responses around eating are at the core of all eating disorders and disordered eating patterns. She helps clients to truly get it that their struggles with food are not their fault and do not mean ANYTHING negative about them. It is a powerful and empowering shift when clients can observe that their patterns with eating are simply their brainbodies doing their job to ensure survival amidst real or perceived threats to getting the food they want or need. Then, the work of therapy is getting out of this chronic threat mode with eating by developing patterns with food that are based in full nourishment, unconditional permission to eat and an ability to honor all signals of hunger.  Danielle’s work is based in compassion, an understanding of trauma and survival responses and current science in the fields of weight stigma and eating disorders.  truckeecounseling.com.

29mins

4 Jun 2019

Rank #6

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Intention, Motivation, Commitment: The difference between wanting to recover, and actually recovering

New Year 2019.  In this podcast, Tabitha talks about her own recovery, and why wanting to recover isn't enough. 

23mins

1 Jan 2019

Rank #7

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EDAW 2017 Adults with Eating Disorders: Loneliness

In this special podcast for Eating Disorder Awareness week, I share some stories and experiences from adults in recovery from eating disorders. Today the focus is entrenched behaviours and overcoming the identity crisis that so many people in recovery from long term eating disorders have to deal with. Adults in recovery from eating disorders face different challenges than children and teenagers do. The idea behind AEDRA — Active Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults is that we focus on adults and the specific problems that an adult in recovery will face. Today I read your comments and thoughts on loneliness. Anorexia and other eating disorders are incredibly isolating. But recovery brings hope. New relationships will form and old ones will heal. Active Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults website: http://www.adulteatingdisorderrecovery.com/en/ Private adults only online support group: http://tabithafarrar.com/slack-forum/ Email Tabitha: info@tabithafarrar.com Twitter @Love_Fat_    and @ED_MealSupport We want your feedback! Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Cheers!

33mins

2 Mar 2017

Rank #8

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Negative Energy Balance or Energy Deficit in Restrictive Eating Disorders

In this podcast I explain negative energy balance (energy deficit) in restrictive eating disorders. I talk about what it actually is, how it is different in a person with an eating disorder compared to a person without an eating disorder, and how if feels. Energy deficit is important to understand as it helps us figure out why something that feels really good for us can actually be very bad for us. In order to recover, sufferers have to learn to resist the lure of negative energy balance and the soothing aspects of it. While this creates anxiety and uncomfortableness at first, it is an important aspect of recovery. Understanding the mechanisms behind restrictive eating disorders can help us figure out what we need to do in order to overcome them. We want your feedback! Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Cheers!

24mins

17 Jan 2017

Rank #9

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Eating Disorder Recovery Treatment Requires Food — Tara Deliberto

In this podcast I interview Tara Deliberto. Tara is the director of the new Eating Disorders Partial Hospitalization Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. In this podcast we discuss Recovery resource services such as Eating Disorder’s Partial Hospitalization Program. How having to eat puts us in a constant state of fearfulness. The difference between treating the eating disorder and treating the underlying cause. Why the eating disorder needs treatment first and foremost. Why and how eating disorders are deadly. Programs aimed at helping adults in recovery.Links to the resources discussed in the podcast:1. http://www.nyp.org/psychiatry/services/center-for-eating-disorders2.  http://taradeliberto.blogspot.com/3.  http://www.bite-ed.com/bite-eatingdisorders-blog/ Tara Deliberto on Twitter  We want your feedback! Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Cheers!

29mins

10 Jan 2017

Rank #10

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DBT for Eating Disorder Recovery

In this podcast, Tabitha talks to Dr Lucene Wisniewski on how DBT can be implemented in treatment for eating disorders such as Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder. Lucene Wisniewski, PhD, FAED is a clinician, trainer and researcher whose interests center around using empirically founded treatments to inform clinical practice.  Lucene, an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, has taught more than 150 workshops, lectures and presentations on Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavior Therapies internationally and has over 40 publications in peer reviewed journals and invited book chapters.  From 2006-2014, Lucene was Clinical Director and co-founder of the Cleveland Center for Eating Disorders, a comprehensive eating disorder treatment program offering evidenced based care. She served as the Chief Clinical Integrity Officer of the Emily Program, a multi-state eating disorder program from 2014-2017.   Lucene has been elected fellow, has served on the board of directors, and as the co-chair of the Borderline Personality Disorder special interest group of the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED).  In 2013 the AED awarded Lucene the Outstanding Clinician Award to acknowledge her contribution to the field of eating disorder treatment. She is currently the owner and founder of Lucene Wisniewski, PhD, LLC and DBTOHIO.   www.lucenewisniewski.com We want your feedback! Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Cheers!

41mins

21 Mar 2017

Rank #11

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Dr G: Muscles in recovery, and how you can have an eating disorder in any size body

In this podcast Tabitha talks to Dr Gaudiani about what happens to the muscular system when a person is in recovery from and eating disorder and/or malnutrition as a result of dietary restriction.   Jen's book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sick-Enough-Jennifer-L-Gaudiani-dp-0815382456/dp/0815382456/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=1553546290 Clinic: www.gaudianiclinic.com

23mins

27 Mar 2019

Rank #12

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Recovery Stories: Unrestricted eating and freedom

In this podcast, Tabitha talks to Drake, who is in recovery from an eating disorder and wanted to share some hope. 

19mins

12 May 2018

Rank #13

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Tabitha Talks to Emily Troscianko on Overshoot in Eating Disorder Recovery

In this podcast Tabs talks to Emily Troscianko about what we refer to as “overshoot” in eating disorder recovery. In this podcast we discuss: Why not to stop halfway in recovery What exactly overshoot is in eating disorder recovery The importance of fat as an organ Why overshoot is a natural part of recovering from an eating disorder Why trusting the body is so crucial … but so hard! The greatness of life without an eating disorderAbout Emily TrosciankoEmily Troscianko does research on the psychological effects of reading fiction, especially as they relate to mental health. She also writes a blog about eating disorders and is coauthoring a textbook on consciousness. She suffered from anorexia between the ages of 16 and 26, and is thankful that it wasn’t longer. http://www.troscianko.com, is where you can find out more about Emily, and her blog is at, https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/hunger-artist. I you are interested in learning more about “overshoot” the following resources may be of interest to you. Overshoot Blog One Aim to Overshoot We want your feedback! Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Cheers!

31mins

12 Dec 2016

Rank #14

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Dr Jennifer Gaudiani: Sick Enough

In this podcast, Tabitha talks to Dr Jennifer Gaudiani about her new book "Sick Enough." Introduction Part One: Not Enough Calories 30,000 Foot View: What happens when you starve yourself? Going into Hibernation Hormones and Bones The Empty Tank Extreme Presentations Starting to Eat Again Part Two: Purging 30,000 foot view: What is Purging, and Why Does it Cause Medical Issues? What Happens to the Body Physically? Electrolytes and Stopping Purging Part Three: Binge Eating Disorder and Weight Stigma Binge Eating Disorder (BED) Part Four: The Unmeasurables Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Associated Conditions Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) and Associated Conditions Part Five: Specific Populations (A Series of Short, Case-Based Chapters) Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (DMT1) and Concurrent Eating Disorders Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) Orthorexia Elite Athletes Male Patients Gender and Sexual Minorities Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Older Patients Comorbid Substance Abuse Caring for the Patient Who Declines Treatment: The Spectrum from Mandated Treatment to Hospice Care Conclusion https://www.amazon.com/Sick-Enough-Medical-Complications-Disorders/dp/0815382456/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1537389096&sr=8-1&keywords=gaudiani

23mins

27 Sep 2018

Rank #15

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Rehabilitate, Rewire, Recover: Force feeding yourself as an adult.

In this podcast I talk about the skill of being able to force feed yourself as an adult in recovery from anorexia.  In the process of making yourself eat food you are afraid of you achieve both nutritional rehabiliation and neural rewiring goals. You train your brain that these foods are not a threat to you, and you eat the types of food that your body really needs in order to get out of malnutrition. When you are faced with food that you are not used to eating, or in larger quantites that you usually allow yourself to eat, you go into your sympathetic nervous system -- that's the fight or flight one. Food doesn't taste that good when you are stressed about it! But, if you continue to force yourself to eat, your brain learns that the food is not a threat, and in time, you remain calm when eating. This is what leads to the neural rewiring of your brain that these foods are not a threat to you. 

16mins

9 Mar 2018

Rank #16

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Dr G: Metabolism

In this podcast, Tabitha talks to Dr Gaudiani on the topic of metabolism in relation to anorexia and other restrictive eating disorders.  We talk about: How the metabolism works How restriction affects the metabolism Mental hunger Physical hunger How to eat in recovery to boost your metabolismSupport this podcast via Patreon!You can support this podcast and ensure the continuation of it by pledging a patreon donation here: https://www.patreon.com/Eating_Disorder_Recovery_PodcastWe want your feedback on these podcasts!Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Subscribe to these podcasts in iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eating-disorder-recovery-podcast/id1138563928?mt=2 Community Links: Adults in recovery community Slack Group: http://tabithafarrar.com/slack-forum/ Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/EDMealSupport/Please follow and lik

21mins

23 Oct 2017

Rank #17

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Dangers of Restricting Carbohydrates and Other Food Groups in Eating Disorders with Caitlin Croteau

Learn the dangers associated with restricting carbohydrates and other food groups for everyone but especially people in recovery from an eating disorder. In this podcast we discuss: The importance of carbohydrates as brain fuel The importance of carbohydrates as mood boosters Combating the thin ideal The influence of society and the normalisation of disordered eating. Why restricting can lead to binging Recovered sufferers in the field of eating disorder therapy The problems with lack of regulationAbout CaitlinCaitlin Croteau is an expert in helping her clients find body freedom. She comes with a decade of experience working in the fitness industry, nutrition field, and in health coaching. She is the founder of Finding Body Freedom, an online holistic wellness practice that provides health and nutrition coaching, intuitive eating and lifestyle programs, and retreats. She has her B.S in Health Science: Nutrition, is an RD, CPT, and RYT-200 Hour. Cait is currently attending Plymouth State University for her Master’s in Health Education and Eating Disorders. Her goal is to rid the world of dieting, help her clients quit the dieting mentality and welcome in freedom to live guilt free, and to decrease the prevalence of eating disorders worldwide. This episode was based on the Huffington Post Article by Jennifer Rolin on reasons that you do not need to restrict carbohydrates. Read it here. We want your feedback! Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Cheers!

43mins

6 Nov 2016

Rank #18

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Recovery Stories: Elisa Oras, feast eating, and coming out the other side

In this podcast Tabitha talks to Elisa Oras about recovery.  Topics covered include: - Anorexia in people in larger bodies - Bulimia, and binge/purge subtypes - Feast eating in recovery - Eating lots of food! - Non-traditional recovery routes - The important of listening to your body and allowing yourself to eat and rest.  If you would like to learn more about Elisa: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWY-0as5iyX36Uy7gPLyBg Website: http://followtheintuition.com/ Book: http://followtheintuition.com/book/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/followtheintuition/  Support this podcast via Patreon!You can support this podcast and ensure the continuation of it by pledging a patreon donation here: https://www.patreon.com/Eating_Disorder_Recovery_PodcastWe want your feedback on these podcasts!Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Subscribe to these podcasts in iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eating-disorder-recovery-podcast/id1138563928?mt=2

43mins

7 Feb 2018

Rank #19

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Dr Lauren Muhlheim on Exercise In Eating Disorders

Tabitha Farrar talks to Dr. Lauren Muhlheim on the subject of compulsive exercise in eating disorders such as Anorexia. We discuss: Why exercise in eating disorders is a problem The dangers of exercising when you are underweight How to know if exercise is part of the eating disorder rather than a healthy pastime The problem of recognizing exercise as an eating disorder symptom Experiments in starvation in rats Exercise and excessive movements in children with eating disorders What lab experiments and observation in children can teach us about exercise as a symptom of an eating disorder Article in Verywell on exercise written by Dr. MuhlheimDr. Lauren MuhlheimDr. Lauren Mulhleim is a clinical psychologist at Eating Disorder Therapy LA who specializes in providing evidence-based cognitive behavioral psychotherapy for a variety of problems experienced by adults including eating disorders. Dr. Muhlheim regularly volunteers her time for several organizations including the Academy for Eating Disorders, the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, and Best Friends LA. She is my go-to professional and a highly valued member of the eating disorder advocacy community. In short: Dr. Muhlheim gets eating disorders. Check out her website for more information and resources and follow her on twitter @drmuhlheim We want your feedback! Please take a second to fill out this survey with feedback so we can make these podcasts even better: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM Cheers!

31mins

27 Nov 2016

Rank #20