AmIHungry.com – Focuses on mindful eating to help develop a healthier, happier relationship with food. Mindful eating is eating with the intention of caring for yourself and with the attention necessary for noticing and enjoying your food and its effects on your body. This website addresses reasons we overeat and gives you tools to overcome them. Overseen by Michelle May, M.D.
Bingeeating.com – What it is, who does it affect, what are the symptoms, management options. Complete a B.E.D. symptom checklist to help you and your doctor have a more productive conversation about your eating.
ANAD.org (Association of Anorexia and other Associated Disorders) – Recommended by Rogers Memorial Hospital. Get information on eating disorders , and help to overcome fears and issues with eating. Find information, blogs, programs, support groups, mentors, and more.
Rogershospital.org – Nationally recognized, not-for-profit, behavioral healthcare provider for individuals suffering from eating disorders. Located in Oconomowoc, WI. 800-767-4411.
Mindbodygreen.com – Lifestyle media brand dedicated to inspiring you to live your best life, giving you everything that’s great for you mentally, physically and nutritionally. Large variety of topics and articles to choose from.
Greatist.com – Collection of articles that cover all things healthy, providing the most trusted and fun fitness, health, and happiness content on the web. Includes tips, recipes, exercises, and mental health topics.
Notice: Scientific studies show that one specific “diet” is not superior to any other “diet”. In the end, weight loss involves decreasing caloric intake, which can be done by any number of diets. The best “diet” is the one that works for you and the one that you can stick to most of the time for the rest of your life.
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Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat. Michelle May, M.D.
*** This informative book is written for those who are interested in learning about the psychology of eating. It explores the why, when, what, how and where of eating and how you can modify your attitude toward food. Dr. May seeks to change your habits by getting you more in touch with your body, hunger and emotions and by relating these factors to food.
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Niagara.Edu: Checklist for symptoms of eating disorders
HelpGuide.org: “Building Better Mental Health”
HelpGuide.org: “Emotional Eating vs. Mindful Eating”
National Eating Disorder Association: “Binge Eating Disorder”
HealthyPlace.com: “Night Eating Syndrome”
You can also search online using the search words – binge eating scale, binge eating questionnaire, or eating disorder symptom checklist – to seek out other self-assessment tools that you can use.