The ketogenic diet is only one of the most recent options in the rotation of the notorious fad diets. The American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics holds the position that the use of the keto diet may be used to treat epilepsy in children. The ketogenic diet has no established benefit for other populations and [...] Read More
Contributor: Staff at Treatment Placement Specialists In a society where it’s impossible to pass a bus stop without being reminded of the culture of dieting and the cultural significance we place on dieting and body image, there are two connections that nearly everyone regards as gospel. Gaining weight is bad. Losing weight is good. Flip [...] Read More
Eating disorders are associated with severe disturbances in people’s eating behaviors along with an unhealthy preoccupation with food, body weight, and self-image and body shape. Hence, each patient’s relationship with food and nutrition can play an influential role in the recovery process which is why it is essential to know how to evaluate a nutrition [...] Read More
The corporations and societal stigmas behind the perpetuation of the diet culture such as “grazing” are master manipulators, and one of their greatest tricks is posing diets as “lifestyle changes” or “anti-diets.” If it looks like a diet, quacks like a diet, and involves restriction and encourages you to ignore the needs of your body [...] Read More
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