If there was a reason at all to take the saying “you are what you eat” seriously, it would be the study in question. How many times has a stressful day at work culminated into one coming home, feeling lazy, ordering a pizza, wolfing down the whole thing accompanied by a soda or some alternate fizzy drink, which is then followed by ice cream or cookies, whichever be the preferred dessert. Several. Right? Continue reading
The United States is observing the National Eating Disorders Awareness Week from February 26 to March 4, 2017, to highlight the issue of eating disorders and make available critical resources to people in need. Every year, the campaign is spearheaded by the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) which provides support to individuals and families suffering from eating disorders.