Overeating: Stop Eating When You're Not Hungry (cont.)

We live in a food-rich environment with seemingly unending choices of healthy and less-than-healthy foods. That's why, says Musante, we "must learn to live with food, to use food in an appropriate and healthy way and at the same time begin to understand your unique relationship with food."

Originally published Aug. 22, 2003.
Medically updated Jan. 13, 2006.


SOURCES: David Katz, MD, director, Prevention Research Center, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn. Lauren Solotar, chief psychologist, the May Institute, Walpole, Mass. Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD, WebMD Weight Loss Clinic dietitian. Gerard Musante, PhD, consulting professor, department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, Duke University Medical Center; founder, Structure House, Durham, N.C.





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