Sunday Smörgåsbord

It's time again for your weekly Sunday Smorgasbord, where I trawl the web for all the latest ED-related news, research, and more, so you don't have to.

NPR weighs in on food addiction and brain chemistry.

Inside one boy's anorexia: "How can I burn the most calories?"

Subconscious saves the day when the hungry brain fails.

Dealing with the Guilt of Overeating.

Women's diets not a man's domain.

Male students eschew balanced diet in favour of supplements.

Psychiatric Comorbidities of Female Inpatients With Eating Disorders. It's a few years old, but it's really interesting.

Social Anxiety Sufferers May Regard People Too Highly. In a word: yep.

How neuroscience can help you design your kitchen.

Aberrant Brain Activation During a Response Inhibition Task in Adolescent Eating Disorder Subtypes.

Becky Henry's new book, Just Tell Her to Stop, is now available for pre-order.

Identification and Management of Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents. This research sparked numerous news stories like:
Rates of Eating Disorders on the Rise in Kids.
Rate of Eating Disorders in Kids Keeps Rising.

Does Extremely Picky Eating in Adulthood Signal a Mental Disorder?

Treating eating disorders and paying for it.

Linear growth in anorexia nervosa.

Inside the online sisterhood of eating disorders.

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flaweddesign said...

i always look forward to sundays. :) great post and info. i looked up clinical trial and now i know how because of this. i'm happy for the boy who was treated for anorexia but sometimes i get so frustrated that people can be treated once and be ok for life. i'd like to see an honest 10 year follow up with that boy and all others who claim their anorexia is just 'gone' after treatment. said...

Thanks for the link to my piece on dealing with guilt after overeating!

Holly said...

"Online Sisterhod", so true to my experiences on a similar site. Wow. Man.

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