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Have you ever been plagued by the thought that to say NO to certain foods you simply need more willpower? Willpower. We hear it a lot when it comes to reaching our goals, losing weight or stopping binging. The truth …

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Make sure you try Beacon’s Recipe of the Week: Kale Meatballs! Ingredients: 1 pound grass-fed ground beef (85/15) 10 ounces frozen organic chopped kale ½ cup grated red onion 2 teaspoons minced garlic (4 cloves) 1 large egg 1 tablespoon …

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Having a healthier relationship with food starts with honesty. Honesty with yourself about what this relationship looks like and what your trigger foods are. What are trigger foods? Trigger foods are typically your most common binge foods. The foods you …

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Binge eating occurs because we feel urges to binge. So how on earth do we stop an urge? By not giving into the urge! Do you ever feel powerless to a binge? Like the urge to binge happened so fast …

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If you’re currently lacking confidence in your ability to stop binge eating, you may start to wonder if you’ll ever be able to change your behavior. You may think it’s never going to happen and you’ll be stuck in this …

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With summer in full swing and temperatures rising, so can our stress surrounding the presence of familiar faces and voracious appetites at home: our children. Whether they’re youngsters on school summer break and snacking on sweet treats all day, or …

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Check out Beacon’s Recipe of the Week: Salmon Avocado Salad. Ingredients: Creamy Dill Dressing:       1/3 cup mayonnaise       2 tbsp avocado oil       1 tbsp apple cider vinegar       1 tablespoon …

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The guilt and shame in the aftermath of a binge can often leave you back in this redundant negative cycle all over again. You eat an entire four slices of pizza when you meant to have one, you feel really …

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The expression ‘diet culture’ pertains to a society that is so flooded with dieting propaganda that it has begun to impact how we relate to ourselves and each other. “A culture fixated on female thinness is not an obsession about …

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