Just about everyone has had this experience at one time or another: You have a habit, a behavior, or even a life circumstance that you really want to change, but even though you know it’s completely up to you, you can’t seem to make the shift, no matter how hard you try. It can be […]
Archive for February 20th, 2015
We’ve all heard the classic story that says the body stores fat when we take in more calories – that is, more units of food energy – than we use. And this is true – as far as it goes. Think of it as a simplified version of a much richer, more complex, even epic […]
Orthorexia actually means “fixation on righteous eating.” People who have orthorexia don’t necessarily count calories, nor are they driven by thinness, although they can have those elements. But they do channel perfectionism into eating according to a health standard that is rigid and pure, such as a perfect paleo diet, or only organic and unprocessed […]
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One of the most fundamental building blocks of nutritional metabolism is neither vitamin, mineral, nor molecule. It’s our relationship with food. It’s the sum total of our innermost thoughts and feelings about what we eat. This relationship with food is as deep and revealing as any we might ever have. The great Sufi poet Rumi […]