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April is Emotional Overeating Awareness Month

Five Tips to Combating Your Desire to Overeat During Hard Times NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- April is Emotional Overeating Awareness month and this year emotional eating is at an all time high as the stress that accompanies our economic downturn is affecting us all. ...

Yerkes researchers find link between psychological stress and overeating

ATLANTA--Researchers at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, have found socially subordinate female rhesus macaques over consume calorie-rich foods at a significantly higher level than do dominant females. The study, which is available in the online edition of Physiolo...

Genes Might Help Drive Overeating

DNA-based brain chemical changes mean more food is needed, study suggests WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17 (HealthDay News) -- Chronic overeaters may have their DNA to blame, research suggests. Scientists from the University at Buffalo say people with genetically lower levels of dopamine, a brain...

No Kidding, Children Obese Because of Overeating

The culprit behind childhood obesity is getting all the more evident after this pathbreaking study. Overeating and not lack of exercise, is known to cause obesity in children accoding to the study. // This study is slotted as the first absolute study on this skyrocketing trend of childhood obe...

Boot Camp for New Dads Now Working with Renowned Katherine Stone - Educating Fathers about Postpartum Depression

... weight within the first few months after birth, other moms stay the same weight. Significant weight loss from a lack of appetite or weight gain from overeating is sign that something is wrong. Crying often - Mom's occasional crying is normal as her hormones fluctuate and she has difficulty getting that ext...

Eating Habits in the Obese May Echo Drug Addicts' Patterns

...eads to more drug use. "I stop short of calling overeating an addiction," she added. "I don't think it has al...operties, but I think we can learn something about overeating behavior from the drug world. We're applying the s...ks for one person may not work for another person. overeating may be because of some reason other than hunger. T...

Five Eating Patterns That Worsen Stress

... how it feels in your mouth and your body. Mindless eating tends to lead to overeating or bingeing; by staying focused on what you're eating, you're less likely t...ions. Adapted from The Binge Eating & Compulsive overeating Workbook: An Integrated Approach to Overcoming Disordered Eating (New Ha...

First International Conference on Appetite Control Begins This Week

... disciplines from around the world to discuss developments and unanswered questions of appetite control linking hyperphagia in uncommon disorders with overeating in the general population. I nt e r v i e ws are w e l c ome during the c onf e r e nce as w e ll ...

Five Hot Show Ideas for Spring-Related Topics

...discuss the body image issues that can be at their worst in the spring and summer. She has helped hundreds of patients make the journey from emotional overeating to being at peace with food, and she can help your audience. CONTACT: Dr. Sheila Forman, (310) 995-2529 (CA); drsheilaforman@msn.com " target...

Rodale to Publish Dr. David A. Kessler

...he Food and Drug Administration Finds What Drives overeating NEW YORK, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 2...cal School . Early Praise For The End of overeating "Dr. David Kessler has written a fascinating...its exploitation by the food industry. The End of overeating is an invaluable contribution to the national con...
Overeating in Biological News

Killer carbs -- Monash scientist finds the key to overeating as we age

A Monash University scientist has discovered key appetite control cells in the human brain degenerate over time, causing increased hunger and potentially weight-gain as we grow older. The research by Dr Zane Andrews, a neuroendocrinologist with Monash University's Department of Physiology, has ...

Pay attention! Small packages may lead to overeating

Tempting treats are being offered in small package sizes these days, presumably to help consumers reduce portion sizes. Yet new research in the Journal of Consumer Research found that people actually consume more high-calorie snacks when they are in small packages than large ones. And smaller pa...

Study finds link between individual stress and adolescent obesity

...becoming overweight may be a result of biological (perturbed hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal glands) as well as behavioral responses to stress, such as overeating and lack of exercise. "It could possibly be that the obesity is leading to these stressors too," Lohman said. "And so the work that we're doing rig...

The 'clean plate club' may turn children into overeaters

...or Collin Payne of New Mexico State University, "When children have little control over what they eat- or don't eat, they may react by acting out and overeating when away from home." "Preschool-age children are at a vulnerable age, and are forming eating habits that will follow them throughout their life" s...

Decreasing insulin resistance prevents obesity-related cardiovascular damage

... help find the answer. He suspects resistance may again be the problem but this time it's to nitric oxide, a powerful dilator of blood vessels. overeating increases glucose so the body increases insulin production in an effort to use or store this important energy source. In people headed toward diabetes...

For insulin sensitive overweight patients, 1 session of exercise improves metabolic health

...d "Alteration in Lipid Metabolism After One Day of overeating Are Reversed by a Single Session of Exercise." The...in fatty acid (FA) metabolism in response to acute overeating and exercise. Five obese women performed three sep...ng after the trials, the researchers observed that overeating suppressed fatty acid oxidation below the control ...

Limiting fructose may boost weight loss, UT Southwestern researcher reports

... too many calories for their activity level. We're overeating fat, we're overeating protein; and we're overeating all sugars." ...

Sleep restriction results in increased consumption of energy from snacks

... WESTCHESTER, Ill. Bedtime restriction in an environment that promotes overeating and inactivity is accompanied by increased intake of calories from snacks. This behavior may contribute to the increased risk of weight gain and obes...

Monell scientist Mark Friedman awarded Guggenheim Fellowship to study diet and obesity

...le Friedman to expand his research on how diet composition in particular the interaction of dietary fat and carbohydrate affects metabolism to cause overeating and obesity. The findings will serve as the basis and provide direction for a larger program of research to elucidate the mechanisms that drive diet-i...

U of M finds teens who eat breakfast daily eat healthier diets than those who skip breakfast

...hat skipping breakfast seems like a good way to save on calories, findings suggest the opposite. Eating a healthy breakfast may help adolescents avoid overeating later in the day and disrupt unhealthy eating patterns, such as not eating early in the day and eating a lot late in the evening. ...
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