Monthly Archives: April 2016

FOOD, FAMILY AND DIABETES: GUILT AND DENIAL

In her continuing series about the psychology of food and eating, Dr Jen Nash looks at issues of guilt and denlal.
At Enjoy Food this month, we’ve been focusing on baking and buying treats but, as we all know, after having a treat you can find yourself with an unexpected and ‘not-so-sweet’ aftertaste… guilt.

The healthy […]

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FOOD, FAMILY AND DIABETES: EATING WHEN YOU’RE NOT HUNGRY

In this new series about the psychology of food and eating, Dr Jen Nash explains the habit of eating when you’re not hungry and offers practical ways to deal with it.

How often do you eat when you’re not really hungry? One minute your hand’s in the biscuit tin, the next that biscuit’s found its […]

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