Episode31

Episode 31: Making Healthy Changes After Binge Eating Recovery: An Interview with Daniel Thomas Hind of EvolutionEat

Kathryn talks to Daniel Thomas Hind of EvolutionEat about improving eating and lifestyle habits, without dieting. Daniel explains that eating healthier is a process and a skill that you can train and develop so that it’s sustainable.  This episode primarily applies to those who have stopped or reduced binge eating, or who have never suffered from […]... Read More
Episode 29

Episode 29: Getting Out of the Diet Cycle: Interview with Lydia the Lifestyle Coach

Kathryn talks with Lydia the Lifestyle Coach about the harmful nature of restrictive dieting and its ineffectiveness as a weight-loss strategy. Lydia explains how she helps women and men end dieting and move toward a healthy relationship with food.  Lydia also discusses the importance of body acceptance in recovery. Learn more about Lydia, or get […]... Read More
Episode24

Episode 24: Improving Your Ability to Dismiss Binge Urges

In Episode 24, Kathryn gives three tips for improving your ability to apply the 5 Components of Dismissing Urges to Binge. The discussion is directed toward those who are new to the Brain over Binge approach or those who are struggling to dismiss binge urges. Get the free eBook (“The Brain over Binge Basics”) Learn […]... Read More
Ep20Prevent Dieting

Episode 20: Prevent Dieting to Prevent Binge Eating: Be Aware of What You Say to Children

Thank you for listening to the Brain over Binge Podcast. In this episode, Kathryn talks about why dieting prevention is a key part of preventing binge eating. You will learn that one important way to prevent dieting is to be careful of what you say about food, weight, and diets around children. You can also […]... Read More
episode18

Episode 18: Don’t Let Food and Weight Talk Get You off Track

Thank you for listening to the Brain over Binge Podcast. In this episode, Kathryn discusses what to do when you hear others talking about food and weight, whether that talk comes from friends, family, classmates, coworkers, social media, entertainment, or advertising.  You will learn how to stay detached from what people say about diets and weight […]... Read More
motivations for dieting

What are Your Motivations for Dieting?

The first urges to binge commonly appear after a period of restrictive dieting.  The binge urges are a primal survival response –  when you restrict food, the primitive part of your brain starts to encourage you to eat as much as possible. To get rid of the binge urges, it’s necessary not only to stop acting on them, but also to get your […]... Read More