Stereotype Event Detroit 2013!

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Join us at Mirepoix upstairs at Holiday Market in Royal Oak on Thursday, November 7th, 2013 for an artist reception and gala to raise awareness about eating disorders. Enjoy wine, strolling appetizers, and dessert, while exploring featured specially curated local submissions sold in virtual auction and also available for purchase at the event. Explore our […]

Identifying Hungers: A Tool In Recovery & Living!

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This article is one of the best I have ever read about mindful eating. Understanding, recognizing and honoring the “seven hungers” is a fascinating and exceptional approach to learning about our relationship to food and hunger. Read on; I think you will agree. “Clocks and programs cannot tell you when you’re hungry, but your body […]

6 Ways to Let Go and Achieve Happiness

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We are all on a quest for happiness, but often times we have no direction on how to get there. But instead of trying to obtain something you don’t have, have you ever tried letting go? Here are 6 tips, on letting go, that will assist you on your quest for happiness. I personally have […]

“Good” Foods, “Bad” Foods: How Our Beliefs About the Foods We Eat Affect Our Health

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“For millennia Spiritual masters have known how powerful our thoughts are in our lives. Now, researchers in quantum physics and consciousness are confirming this. Regardless of what were are engaging in, our thoughts hold tremendous power over us. Therefore, our thoughts about food have a direct effect on our health. If we feel guilty about […]

EXPOSURE 2013: Women’s Skateboarding Sponsorship

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I need your help to raise funds & awareness for my event! EXPOSURE is a benefit event that not only provides a much-needed avenue for pro and amateur female skateboarders to excel but this year has partnered with The Community Resource Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3),that raises money for victims of domestic violence. We encourage girls […]

How to Make a Restaurant Trip Successful

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When I take clients to restaurants to eat they are intimidated for many reasons. They do not have control over how the food is prepared and they are nervous about the portion size and social setting. Although these things are scary, they do not have to ruin the fun of eating out! There are several […]

What is Normal Eating?

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We hear many different messages about eating, how to eat and what to eat. Defining normal eating is a difficult task and can mean different things for different people. Ellyn Satter (http://www.ellynsatter.com), a social worker and registered dietician, suggests that normal eating includes: “Going to a meal hungry and eating until you are satisfied. Being […]

When Eating Pure Goes Too Far

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There is a lot of attention in the media focusing on eating healthy foods. Overall, eating a balanced, nutritious diet will improve your health. However, a problem arises when overtime this drive to eat healthy turns into an obsession. This obsession is known as orthorexia. Orthorexia is defined by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics […]

The Gluten Free Diet Trend & Eating Disorders

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Gluten-free is a new dietary trend that has emerged over the past several years. In individuals who struggle with eating disorders, the concern is whether they may actually have celiac disease or these individuals are self diagnosing as a way to restrict intake of food. Celiac disease is defined by the National Institutes of Health […]

Stereoptype Event on June 14, 2012

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Bringing Awareness of Eating Disorders & Body Image in Everyday Life!  Please join us for an extraordinary evening at the Detroit Opera House  June 14, 2012 - Hosted by The Inner Door Center. Check out Stereotype-Invite for more information.