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overeat

(ō′vər-ēt′)
intr.v. over·ate (-āt′), over·eaten (-ēt′n), over·eating, over·eats
To eat to excess, especially when habitual.

o′ver·eat′er n.

Patient discussion about overeat

Q. diet over 50... I'm over 50 and I'd like to start a diet. Due to the fact that I'm at home helping my husband most of the time, I can't go for long walks and so and I'm near all kinds of food all the time...what would you recommend me to do in order to lose weight??

A. oh, I think do more sports is better that diet. That's will be more health.
Do you know P90X?
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I also really enjoy the recipes that came with the px90 nutrition plan, my husband is a chef and these recipes are very tasty and fulfilling. I am getting into great shape at my own pace with the encouragement and support of my own personal trainer that I used to pay $50.00 a session and also have my own personal nutritionist to go along with it with my own personal eating plan. I also purchased the recovery formula and the orange taste is great and has plenty of nutrients to assist me to recover from the workout. I absolutely love it and will send you before and after pics when i am done.
Hope this can help you.

Q. Over-medication” for bipolar patients. Does anyone have any information on “over-medication” for bipolar patients? About any societies that is overdependence on drugs or medicines to treat bipolar disorder?

A. pharmaceutical drugs can be of great help when the disease breaks out. but in the moment that the person is again under control, you should find out the causes and cure them one after another. psychosis, schizophrenia, paranoia break out, because your emotional body can't keep all traumata anymore under control. the last body - the physical body will react out of control because too many emotions have not been assimilated in time. kineology is here of great help to analyse and eliminate one cause after another. detoxication is another thing which must be considered. healthy food - biological food, source water (still water) - each case needs individual help.

Q. How to Stop Vitiligo from spreading all over the body? Can any one please tell how to stop Vitiligo from spreading all over the body

A. Normally treatment of vitiligo may take a long time. So patient should be relax and hopeful to treat this skin condition.
While start any treatment one thing is very important that not be depressed and anxious because this is the factor which can increase in vitiligo.
Take care when go out in afternoon.
Maintain a well balance diet plan which you can easily find by any dermatologist.
There are many treatment options are available for vitiligo as listed at http://www.antivitiligo.com/vitiligo-treatment/


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Fiona Hunter's Five Step Plan to Healthy Snacking: 1) Don't starve yourself between meals; snack at regular intervals throughout the day and you're less likely to overeat at meal times.
While most of us probably can't explain why we make particular food decisions, Wansink maintains people overeat largely because of their environment.
If you combine these triggers, you can see why it's so easy to overeat. Since sugar/fat and fat/salt combinations are the most common food triggers, a fact that the food and restaurant industry understands well, you needn't look far to find environments that place these foods directly in your path.
The non-inclusion of overeating disorders in the DSM is an apparent indication of the popular school of thought that those who overeat do so because they want to.
Experts claim the new restaurant chain will encourage people to overeat at a buffet featuring roast meat, pizza, Chinese meals, pasta, chips and puddings.
Brian Wansink has some suggestions in his new book, Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think (Bantam Books, 2006), on how to control the tendency to overeat on special occasions.