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Show Notes – Why Do You Overeat? When All You Want to Be is Slim.

Eating Disorder Pro Radio Show

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On this week’s episode we spoke with Zoë Harcombe, author of Why Do You Overeat? When All You Want to be it Slim. We talked about a variety of topics including food addiction and we shared tips to help people overcome overeating!

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In this episode we covered:

6:13 – About Zoë Harcombe
9:00 – How Zoë Harcombe become interested in the obesity epidemic.
10:00 – Zoë Harcombe’s position on food addiction.
11:10 – The Four Stages of Food Addiction.
16:40 – The Minnesota Starvation Experiment.
18:40 – Zoë’s Story.
23:15 – Bulimarexia.
28:30 – Characteristics/Attributions of Food Pollution
33:50 – The Paleo Diet.
36:40 – What do you recommend for those that don’t tolerate milk?
40:20 – Do you change dietary recommendations for a patient with leaky gut?
44:12 – What type of exercise do you recommend?
48:50 – Are GMOs labelled in the UK? Why isn’t the government protecting us from GMOs?
52:45 – Which of your books should my listeners read first?

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