I Rarely Eat Sugary Cereal, and I Never Feel Restricted: Healthy Changes after Recovery, Part II

I don’t have a rule against eating sugary cereal, and I actually do eat cereal sometimes, but the vast majority of the time, it’s not the kind I used to crave when I was dieting (and the kind I’d binge on too). Greatly reducing my cereal intake – and almost completely eliminating sugary varieties – […]... Read More
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Episode 41: Q&A: Why Can Other People Eat Healthy and Lose Weight?

In Episode 41, Kathryn answers a question about comparing yourself to others who are seemingly successful at weight loss, fitness, and health. You’ll also hear information about an upcoming FREE webinar (see below) that relates to the topic of healthy lifestyle changes. WEBINAR: Making Healthy Changes without Dieting, with Daniel Thomas Hind (May 16th, 8:30pmET […]... Read More
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Moderation, Choice, and Creating Your Way of Eating: Healthy Changes After Recovery, Part I

This is the first part of a 2-part blog series on creating healthy changes for yourself after you end binge eating…that is, if you want healthy changes. There are certainly no requirements, and there’s nothing you have to do. You don’t need to eat healthily to achieve or maintain freedom from binge eating, but I know that so […]... Read More
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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

Paleo eating, my diet, and fudge

     People have asked what I ate during recovery. I didn’t share exact details in my book because I didn’t want people to feel like they should follow what I ate, because everyone has different needs. I certainly didn’t recover because of my diet (I am using the word “diet” in this sense to mean […]... Read More

Drug Addict Status

     If you are a binge eater, even if you have never seen the research, you know that there are similarities between food addiction and drug addiction. A recent study showing that you can get hooked on food the same way you can get hooked on drugs is detailed here: http://www.cnn.com/2011/HEALTH/04/04/food.drug.addiction.same.to.brain/index.html This study found what binge eaters […]... Read More