The Truth about Your Hunger
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by Marcelle Rose
2d ago
Many people who struggle with emotional and disordered eating perceive hunger as the enemy, when in fact it’s an important signal. They either feel it intensely in the pit of their stomach or crave food when they are not necessarily hungry. Often, they may be using food as a coping mechanism, a replacement for something they truly need. If either of these scenarios resonates with you, read on to understand what might be going on. I often see people so afraid of hunger that it takes over their lives, making them feel as though it is something they "should" be able to control. Conversely, many ..read more
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Juliet's Road to Recovery from Binge Eating
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by Marcelle Rose
1w ago
Juliet came to me for help with binge eating whilst also struggling with her energy, digestive issues and low self esteem. Food had become her source of comfort for dealing with stressful situations and feeling low. Despite facing numerous challenges , Juliet embraced a new approach to her relationship with food. She took small, consistent steps, allowing me to guide her while empowering herself with awareness, self-compassion, and effective strategies. Juliet made incredible progress, even though she initially had little hope of creating change in her life. Here’s what Juliet had to say: “I ..read more
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Unravelling your Body Image Story
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by Marcelle Rose
3w ago
Understanding the complex relationship between your body image and eating behaviour is crucial for developing a healthy relationship with food. To make sense of this, it is first important to understand how your body image developed over time. From an early age, societal and cultural pressures will have moulded your perceptions of the ideal body size, weight, and shape, often tying these ideals to your self-worth. The pursuit of an often-unattainable body can lead to unhealthy dieting practices, disordered eating and eating disorders, relationship issues, and significant mental and emotional ..read more
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Could this be the Secret to Balanced Eating and a Happy Gut?
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by Marcelle Rose
3w ago
If you often eat while working, using your phone, or watching TV, you may hinder your body's ability to digest food effectively or tune in to your appetite. Eating while distracted or stressed can increase the likelihood of overeating and making unhelpful food choices. With the rise of remote work, separating work from eating habits has become increasingly difficult. Even in office settings, people commonly work through lunch breaks and eat at their desks. Is this the same for you? In my work with clients, I've seen how mindful eating can help to transform their relationship with food and lea ..read more
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How to Transform Your Relationship with Exercise
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by Marcelle Rose
1M ago
For many women, physical activity feels daunting and unappealing. Factors including, mobility issues, finding sportswear that fits, joint pain, feelings of shame, and negative childhood experiences can make the idea of physical activity feel like a huge challenge. Is this something you struggle with? For others, exercise becomes an unhealthy obsession where they feel compelled to run, spin or work out at the gym regardless of exhaustion, illness or injury. Perhaps you use exercise to justify eating, or restrict food intake unless you've exercised? Whatever your unhappy relationship with exerc ..read more
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How your Body Clock Drives Hunger and Metabolism
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by Marcelle Rose
1M ago
Did you know that your internal body clock, known as the circadian rhythm, has a direct influence over your metabolism and appetite? The circadian rhythm governs the daily cycles in your body, with the master body clock regulating the rhythm of each cell. This intricate system controls your hunger, digestion, and the timing of hormone and enzyme production related to these processes, affecting your appetite and satiety. Your circadian rhythm influences when you feel hungry and how your body processes food. For instance, digestion efficiency can vary depending on the time of day. Hormones ..read more
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The Diet Myth: Why most diets fail
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by Marcelle Rose
1M ago
Many people find that their first attempt at dieting is successful. They stick to the rules over a relatively short period of time and the weight is lost – it is seen as a successful diet. Later down the line when the individual regains the weight they see it as their own failure –do you relate to this? Do you blame your lack of will power and restraint for weight regained? The truth is there are biological and psychological reasons why, the majority of diets fail in the long term.   Statistics reveal that it is diets that fail and not you or your lack of will power. This issue is c ..read more
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The Secret to Beating Binge and Emotional Eating?
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by Marcelle Rose
1M ago
When it comes to binge eating, emotional eating, or restrictive eating behaviours, many believe that without a judgmental inner voice pushing them, they will become lazy or perhaps feel completely out of control. However, it is this punishing inner voice that erodes self-worth and undermines a belief in yourself that you have the ability to achieve anything you set out to do. Conversely, being kind to yourself and embracing self-compassion can play a pivotal role in healing your relationship with food and your body. Self-compassion is often misunderstood as self-indulgent, selfish, or a sign ..read more
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3 vital reasons to ditch your scales
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by Marcelle Rose
2M ago
A friend recently shared that she had joined a well-known weight loss app subscription that promotes eating behaviour change. Initially, I thought this sounds promising. Surely, if big bucks have been spent on campaigns that emphasise mindset change and eating psychology, rather than just pushing another diet, it has to be a good thing, right? However, when my friend mentioned that a daily weigh-in was a requirement, I was somewhat perplexed. I am not a fan of scales. In fact, I often suggest that my clients give them away or throw them out! Trying to break free from a dieting mindset while ..read more
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ADHD & Binge Eating: Unravelling the Connection
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by Marcelle Rose
2M ago
Did you know that around 30% of binge eaters also have ADHD? A number of the women I have worked with, discovered later in life that they had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  This is no coincidence. For those who struggle with binge or emotional eating there are a number of factors that overlap with symptoms of ADHD. Until recently ADHD in girls and women had been overlooked, partly because ADHD symptoms can manifest differently in girls compared to boys, leading to underdiagnoses. Women may exhibit less hyperactivity and more of the internalised symptoms such as being ..read more
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