Sunday Smorgasbord

It’s once again time for your weekly Sunday Smorgasbord, where I trawl the web for the latest in ED-related news, research, and more, so you don’t have to.

Low Food Intake Predicts Suicide Risk in Body Dysmorphic Patients.

Persistence, perseveration and perfectionism in the eating disorders.

Anxious girls’ brains work harder.

Beyond Picky Eating: Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder.

Body Image Booster: Adjusting Our Stories.

Positive cognitive coping strategies and binge eating in college women.

Ten Steps of Co-occuring Disorders Recovery.

Plasma, salivary, and urinary oxytocin in anorexia nervosa: A pilot study.

Sign the petition: Empowering Families workshops to carers of people with eating disorders.

The comorbidity between eating disorders and anxiety disorders: prevalence in an eating disorder sample and anxiety disorder sample.

Intriguing study unlocks the mechanism of taste–taste is a perception that originates in the brain, NOT the mouth.

Young adults with diet-related chronic health conditions are at higher risk for EDs.

Exercise is not an unmitigated good.

What can Cognitive Neuroscience Teach us about Anorexia Nervosa?

How to tell when the “healthy ideal” masquerades as the “thin ideal”.

A prospective study of predictors of relapse in anorexia nervosa: Implications for relapse prevention.

Anxiety May Hinder Your Sense of Danger.

CBT4BN versus CBTF2F: Comparison of online versus face-to-facetreatment for bulimia nervosa.

New study finds that consumers link eating meat with their concept of masculinity.

When working out is too much of a good thing.

Many Mysteries Unsolved in Binge-Eating Disorder.

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4 Responses to “Sunday Smorgasbord”

  1. I love your blog, you are a really good writer!!! Thanks for being here and for the support and hope you bring!!

    Greetings from M
    /xoxoxo!!!

  2. As someone who has always viewed anxiety (and anxiety disorders) as being at the root of her own experience of anorexia nervosa, I especially like this paper: “The comorbidity between eating disorders and anxiety disorders: prevalence in an eating disorder sample and anxiety disorder sample”.

    The behaviours of anorexia often bring temporary relief of anxiety, so it is hardly surprising that people get stuck in a dangerous pattern of behaviours!

  3. Some of these ‘bites’ are almost 3 years old.
    In October, we lost our brilliant and amazing girl to this horrendous disease.
    Families need current information. We need good information that we can offer to professionals and families dealing with this disease.
    When I was searching for help for my daughter, I contacted you and you told me how busy you were and said that you would get back to me. It never happened. I get it, you really were quite busy.
    We had to search and find the BEST people for her. We did find them with difficulty-yes, we are angry because we lost our precious gift from God, but as a family we want to work for ED family support and information.
    IT NEEDS TO BE GOOD AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, CURRENT.
    Everyone needs to be on the same page and working towards the same goal. That is what is missing-the end goal of health no matter the organization or the path to achieve that. We need to set labels aside and keep our faces towards the ‘light’.