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Let’s Talk About Bingeing

LET’S TALK ABOUT BINGEING Today, I want to talk about Bingeing. Most of you will identify with that word, and although I tend to use the phrase “emotional eating” more frequently, bingeing is really what we are talking about.   I tend to use the phrase ’emotional eating’ deliberately on this FB page, because I…

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#EatingFreely – My Prawn “Carbonara” Recipe

Now – I know some of you will FREAK OUT when you see this meal. BUT, I want you to think about this: 1. All the ingredients are fresh, natural food. So your body can completely metabolise them all. You can also substitute bacon (grill your rashers then cut up into bite size pieces), or…

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#EatingFreely Day 1 – Perfect and Imperfect Planning…

#EatingFreely Day 1 Video from Eating Disorder Recovery on Vimeo. #Eating Freely – Day 1 Diary Notes Breakfast: Potato slices fried in coconut oil, with scrambled egg. Coffee. I cooked two large extra potatoes yesterday when I was making dinner, to have for breakfast this morning. Coconut oil is massively beneficial to our health so…

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#EatingFreely – A Daily Diary Experiment

OK, so I am going to try something new this week. I am going to report onto the page about how I am eating, and exercising, so you all have an opportunity to see how I live my mantra of eating freely, and feeling pretty much guilt free all the time – no matter how…

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Cravings.

CRAVINGS. They happen for three reasons (not all at the same time): 1. Your body is craving something specific – like magnesium, which may be why you crave something like chocolate. You will learn today and Wednesday about how to begin balancing out your diet PROPERLY with all the essential nutrients and components your body…

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FREE Online Webinar – The Neuroscience of Mindful Eating 21 May 2016

FREE ONLINE WEBINAR WITH EMMA MURPHY, MIACP WHERE: ONLINE! WHEN: SATURDAY 21 MAY Early Session: 12PM GMT (7pm Perth, 9pm Sydney) OR Late session: 6pm GMT (10am San Fransisco, 1pm New York) Although Mindfulness seems to be ‘everywhere’ today, the core concepts of mindfulness are very much rooted in neuroscience, and it is about far more…

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Removing Blocks and Getting Things Done

Most of us have “To Do” lists that are a mile long. Some are work focused, some are personal, most are a mixture of both. Regardless of whether we  want to change professionally or personally, once we identify what we want to change, we seem to think that this is all it takes. Not true!…

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Diets, Personal Readiness and Neuroscience…

A client sent me a link to this TED talk yesterday following a therapy session.  During the session, we had a chat about it.  My client said “it was amazing how I just felt something ‘click’ when I listened to this talk, she has a really good graph that shows how just four healthy habits…

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Living in Scarcity vs Living Wholeheartedly

I have just finished listening to Brené Brown’s audiobook, “The Power of Vulnerability”.  Having paid for the book on Audible, I was surprised (and a little peeved!) to find it in full on YouTube, but then, I can’t listen to You Tube in my car which is where I do most of my audiobook listening. From…

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The Difficulty With Willpower

Today’s blog is a combination of two recent articles/presentations by the American Psychological Association (APA).  I’ve combined both an article and a video, as together they provide strong support for the structure and content of our online program, Feeling Focused™, designed to help challenge Emotional Eating, Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder. Our program combines CBT…

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