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Trapped, boiled, devoured: how to eat well in the wild

7 minutes

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Essay/Nutrition & Exercise

Is this medical bulimia?

A new medical device enables the expulsion of stomach contents for weight loss. Are you feeling disgusted? Should you be?

Nitin K Ahuja

Idea/Mind & Body

Unconscious ‘sleep-eating’ might be a hidden cause of obesity

Laurie Gwen Shapiro

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Essay/Mind & Body

The hunger mood

Hunger isn’t in your stomach or your blood-sugar levels. It’s in your mind – and that’s where we need to shape up

Michael Graziano

Video/Addiction

How cooking for yourself can free you from the grip of salt, sugar and fat

2 minutes

Essay/Fairness & Equality

Fat but fit?

The medical evidence is overwhelming – obesity is bad for you and it would be a major mistake to give up fighting it

Caroline Weinberg

Essay/Beauty & Aesthetics

Rise of the ripped

With bodies sculpted to look like comic-book heroes, today’s muscle men create an impossible template for masculinity

Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore

Essay/Food & Drink

Freedom from food

It takes time to plan a meal, to say nothing of cooking and eating it. What if we could opt out of food altogether?

Nicola Twilley

Essay/Mental Health

The self-starving brain

Anorexia remains a deadly and mysterious illness. Could radical new brain treatments offer the possibility of a cure?

Kenneth Miller

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Essay/Food & Drink

Against the grains

A carbs-rich diet has been blamed for the alarming explosion of obesity and chronic disease. What does the science show?

Melinda Wenner Moyer

Video/Nutrition & Exercise

Vive l’Afrique! On the road with the Kenyan national cycling team

26 minutes

Video/Mind & Body

Sage advice from Leisure World, California’s geriatric synchronised swimmers

10 minutes

Video/Self-Improvement

Runners drop their guards and confess their deepest anxieties and greatest hopes

12 minutes

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Essay/Biology

The obesity era

As the American people got fatter, so did marmosets, vervet monkeys and mice. The problem may be bigger than any of us

David Berreby

Essay/Food & Drink

One week, no food

Intrigued by the buzz around medical fasting, I tried it. A rollercoaster of boredom and energy ensued

S Abbas Raza