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
Episode25

Episode 25: Compulsive Overeating, Emotional Eating, and Binge Eating: What are the Differences? (Interview with Cookie Rosenblum)

In Episode 25, Cookie Rosenblum returns to the show as a guest to talk about compulsive overeating, emotional eating, as well as a binge eating.  Cookie explains why it’s important to understand the differences, and how to start changing these problematic eating behaviors. Learn more about the Freedom Group HERE (The Freedom Group is Cookie’s […]... Read More
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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
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Challenge Cultural Body Messages (with Ayurveda)

I often speak out against restrictive dieting, because not only does it promote binge eating, it is a harmful practice that is not effective in helping you reach and maintain a healthy weight. Giving up restrictive dieting does not mean giving up health or fitness, in fact, it’s quite the opposite. When you stop restrictive dieting (and binge eating), you can focus on […]... Read More
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What if Stopping Binge Eating Means Possible Weight Gain?

Recovery from binge eating isn’t about weight loss. Recovery from binge eating is about letting go of a harmful, health-sabotaging behavior, rising above the shame and pain it brought, and moving on with your life. However, the reality is that weight concerns and the desire to lose weight can be present in recovering binge eaters, so the […]... Read More