Posts Tagged ‘Women and Food’

Mind Over Food

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 […]

The Metabolic Power of Vitamin A – Awareness

One of the most unusual scientific revelations of the last century is the mathematical proof that the act of observing any phenomenon in the universe – be it the flight of a bird of the rotation of the planet – has a direct influence upon that phenomenon.  According to the laws of physics, we have […]

What Exactly is Bulimia?

In our high-pressure, image-focused society, some people turn to drastic, unhealthy measures to try to change their bodies. No one wants to develop an eating disorder, but what may start out as experimentation with a disordered eating behavior can escalate into a habit, and then a consuming lifestyle. In this blog, we will investigate bulimia […]

Nutrition, Rhythm and Metabolism

One of the lesser understood but clinically useful nutrition strategies when it comes to weight, energy, mood and appetite regulation is the little known field of bio-circadian nutrition. Simply put, when we eat is often as important as what we eat. Like all aspects of nutrition science, there’s a very elegant continuum of possibilities that […]