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By Andy Jackson As I grew up in an alcoholic home and buried my feelings, I eventually developed an eating disorder by the time I was ten. The only emotions that I felt were fear and pain. I was very …

The post My Struggle for Self-Acceptance appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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By Thomas R. Barnett, LCDC-III What if I told you that I see something every day that no one else can see and that it haunts me all of the time. What if I swore that the thing I am …

The post The Stranger in the Mirror appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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By Francis Iacobucci The Sunday after Thanksgiving I received a text from a trainer at my gym: don’t forget to sign up for a session this week to burn off all those calories! As someone who has struggled with body acceptance …

The post Pretzels and Cheese appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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By Tommy Barnett Which is worse, the fear of eating food or the shame you experience after you eat something? The pain of hunger and the necessity to live always led me to eat. I can remember being so afraid …

The post Powerless Over Food appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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by Jason Arnold, PhD, ND Currently there are approximately around 30 million people in the United States struggling with some form of eating disorder whether it be Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, or Bing Eating Disorder (National Eating Disorder Association, 2018). …

The post Considering Gut Health in Treating Eating Disorders appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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By Justin Mazza All my life my I have been involved in some sort of organized physical activity and developed a competitive nature; from baseball and basketball to soccer and martial arts- I have constantly been involved in a structured …

The post The Futility of Comparisons appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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By Anne Bouchard Our family has a son with an eating disorder. He’s had it since the age of three, and his condition has not really changed. We found out by accident that he had a food allergy to peanuts …

The post It’s Time to Talk About ARFID appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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by Anne Hall The increasing prevalence of eating disorders amongst men is something that more and more people are becoming aware of: In the United States alone, 10 million men will suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at some …

The post Male Eating Disorders in the LGBT Community appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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by Brian Pollack Key Points from the Article: – Males aged 40-75 years of age participated. – 6.8% of males reported having eating disorder symptoms – Only 9% of those men were identified on the EDE-Q – Male ED questionnaires …

The post A Comment on “Eating disorder symptoms in middle-aged and older men” (Mangweth-Matzek, Kummer, & Pope2016) appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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by Jerel P. Calzo, PhD, MPH You might have looked at the title of this blog post and asked yourself why there would be a post about dietary supplements (e.g., protein powders, creatine) and performance enhancing drugs (e.g., anabolic steroids) on …

The post Are use of dietary supplements and performance enhancing drugs also disordered eating behaviors? appeared first on N.A.M.E.D..

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