Exercise and Nutrition


Binge Eating Disorder in Men.

Binge Eating Disorder in Men.

Although anorexia and bulimia get their rightful share of press attention, a more common, and no less serious eating disorder often goes unreported.  Binge eating disorder is characterised by repeated bouts of compulsive eating, often for hours at a time.  Such eating usually occurs in private, and often at night.  Sufferers report that they feel no sense of control over their eating, and it often distresses them either at the time of the binge or...

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Active Body, Healthy Mind.

Active Body, Healthy Mind.

We all know that exercise is good for us. Exercise means we live longer and suffer from less physical illness. That is an established fact. What is less well understood is that exercise is also a boost to your mind. Exercise is great for your mental health too. Vigorous exercise for at least half an hour three times a week can be just as effective as an antidepressant or a talking therapy for people who...

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Curing Depression Naturally – Top 3 Supplements

Many people are understandably suspicious of Big Pharma and the range of antidepressants they offer.  The side effects, or perhaps one should really say, the other effects of antidepressants include suicidal thoughts and behaviour and in up to 73% of men, sexual problems like retarded ejaculation and erectile dysfunction.  Nice.  Not only this, many people are also understandably suspicious of the revolving door between Big Psychiatry, academia, the drug companies, the regulating bodies and the...

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Eating Disorders in Men: The Elephant in the Room.

Eating Disorders in Men: The Elephant in the Room.

There is a narrative about eating disorders that is very simple, very powerful, yet gets in the way when eating disorders in men get discussed.  The narrative goes like this: Men only value slim girls. The images of women portrayed in the media are designed to appeal to men.  As a result the media misrepresents the female body. This puts unrealistic expectations on women to be slim. The consequences are that eating disorders are caused...

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Exercise and Nutrition.

Did you ever see the documentary movie starring Morgan Spurlock ‘Super Size Me’?  The movie follows Morgan, a certified fit and healthy young man, as he spends a month eating nothing but junk food from fast food restaurants. Alarmingly, the food had such a negative effect on his health, before the month was up the doctors monitoring him were pleading with him to stop eating the stuff.  It was literally killing him. From a mental...

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Welcome to a New Men’s Blog.

Welcome to a New Men’s Blog.

It’s a new year and nothing stays the same.  But why a new blog for men? The internet has seen a revolution in men’s interest content.  It used to be that men were (supposedly) only interested in fashion and fitness.  And let’s be honest, many men are a bit uncomfortable about the fashion, and fitness also left many of us cold, but for different reasons. What this mainstream media narrative of men left out was...

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