I caught an episode of Letterman last week where he interviewed Alec Baldwin. Dave was asking him what he had done to lose weight. Alec said he found out he was allergic to sugar and had given up sugar, in all forms.
Just what I knew would always be true is now coming to be
Once I let go of alcohol my body is just as I dreamed
For the millions of individuals affected by eating disorders, (anorexia, bulimia or binge eating) food is a constant obsession. Life is consumed with controlling or fanticising about food intake. Let’s take a look at the lives of three fictitious characters to fully understand this phenomenon.
Do you fight food cravings? Are you constantly hungry and nibbling? What do you nibble on? Or do you even know?
Many people are caught up in unhealthy habits that are compelled by their daily diet.
Do you eat only when you’re hungry? Is food simply fuel for your body? Is it easy for you to ignore that cookie, beer or piece of cheesecake? Do you give your body premium high-grade fuel to run on or do you exist on low-octane fuel that leaves you sluggish and in need of maintenance?