3 Clues to Understanding Your Brain

In this fascinating TEDTalk, Vilayanur Ramachandran discusses his studies of the brain and how brain damage can reveal the connection between celebral tissue and the mind. He uses three startling delusions as examples.

 

 

Why is this interesting in regards to binge eating:

The brain is a vast, complex organ scientists are still trying to understand. By learning about how the brain works and where our impulses, thoughts, urges and responses come from, we can understand how binge eating becomes a “wired” habit. And–the exciting part–the brain adapts. The more I learned about how my brain works, the easier it became for me to break away from my binge eating habit.

 

If you want to learn how to break through your habit of overeating or binge eating, my Binge Eating Breakthrough ebook is for you. You'll learn powerful tools and distinctions to be able to understand and overcome your urges to eat more than you want. You'll also learn step-by-step strategies for managing your cravings and feeling control with food.

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