So first of all I want to say that I realize that no one on the internet can solve my problems and I should really see a professional, but right now i'm on very thin ice and I just …
I start chemo on Friday, June 15th, 2012. I'm told I will probably be nauseous during chemo since I was when pregnant and I'm young enough (47) that it will affect me this way. I h …
So what's a person to eat these days? Cause the more we "learn" about food, the more one realizes that all foods are trying to kill you. Meat has lots of iron which is toxic to m …
Anyone else sort of offended for lack of a better word that people are actually worrying that we’re orthorexic?
Apparently orthorexia is the new cool eating disorder and unfortunately some of us are getting swept away, because paleo is getting to be a marketed "trend diet" (packaged paleo co …
I have this horrible habit when I'm bored in which I check this site multiple times a day and look up nutritional questions that come to mind. It's more addicting than Facebook (I …
Has anyone had the "orthorexia discussion" with a family member or significant other? How did that go? For those who have not familiar with Dr. Bratman's criteria/definition, you …
I don't think the name should even end in "exia." I don't get why caring about your health is a problem, and I would argue that any really intelligent, intellectual, passionate per …
How do you decipher between orthorexia/anorexia and paranoid schizophrenia?
Day by day, I am becoming a person who shuns restaurants and when dining out is unavoidable I am considering becoming a "restaurant vegan". I am becoming more edified in my belief …
Probably a weird question, but is there any sort of evolutionary basis for eating warm/hot meals? Sometimes when I'm eating, I feel like I enjoy my food less because I'm racing ag …
I think we all are. Right? At least to some extent. Initially I thought this was a joke. But apparently it's not. Now people that eat healthy have a mental disorder. http://www.n …
I find that a major factor in my general level of well-being (as identified by good digestion, energy, and sleep) is how little I am thinking about my general level of well-being. …
Kurt Harris and Mark Sisson both argue that you don't need to eat 100% Paleo all the time. It seems to me if your goal is weight-loss that's pretty uncontroversial, while if you we …
How should we define orthorexia? According to this article: http://health.yahoo.net/experts/dayinhealth/new-eating-disorders-are-they-real we may already have it. Not sure I agre …