Sigma Nutrition Radio #281: Eating Disorders, Binge Eating & Body Image
- Looking at root causes, rather than characteristics, of eating disorders
- The behavioural/psychological interventions that are currently deemed to be effective
- Defining a binge eating episode
- Body image & self-worth
- Dietary restraint: Rigid dietary control, flexible dietary control, and intuitive eating
- Eating competence
- “Body checking” and “body avoidance”
JPS Health & Fitness #56: Ft. Eric Helms
In this episode of the podcast, Jacob interviews researcher Jake Linardon and Dr Eric Helms on the prevalence of eating disorders in the fitness community.
Dr Linardon has a PHD in eating disorders and is a head lecturer at Deakin University. Dr Helms is also a researcher and science communicator aiming to improve the application of scientific practices in training and nutrition for physique and strength sports.
The Competitive Edge Podcast: Do You Ever Binge Eat?
This week on The Competitive Edge - Fitness Uncensored, we speak to Dr Jake Linardon from Break Binge Eating. If you binge often... or even just occasionally, this is a podcast you need to hear!
Revive Stronger #179: The Science Behind Eating Disorders
- 01:20 What made Jake interested in that field?
- 04:19 What disorders are there?
- 09:15 Common threat of association of physique and self-worth
- 11:24 Bodybuilding and body image disorder
- 14:28 Does extra cardio count towards compensation?
- 17:50 Are people predisposed to eating disorders?
- 21:22 How to assess before eating disorders actually happen/occur
- 25:31 Spectrum of behaviour for sustainability
- 31:18 Intuitive eating and bodybuilding
- 35:10 Is force-feeding a bad eating habit as well?
- 37:16 Tracking vs intuitive eating
- 42:07 Best ways to recover from eating disorders and when to seek help
- 49:24 The media and its effects on eating disorders and other risk factors
- 54:23 Education as a preventive measure
Trust Your Body Project #33: The Science of Binge Eating
In this episode, I talk about:
- How I got into the world of binge eating and body dissatisfaction research
- The problematic way to approach binge eating
- Misconceptions behind binge eating
- The difference between objective and subjective binges
- Binge eating stigma
- The causes of binge eating
- Trauma and binge eating
- Why shame reduction is key
- What the research says & doesn’t say about binge eating
- Distracting yourself from a binge