What happens to our minds when we restrict ourselves from food? Believe us: a LOT! Hannah and Tareq share seminal experiments and more recent research into the world of restriction and how it affects our psychology. From binging to feelings of guilt and the infamous binge-restrict cycle, this episode breaks it all down. The conversation ends with some recent work into calorie restriction mimetics… a new path forward or hype?
- Caloric Restriction Mimetics against Age-Associated Disease:Targets, Mechanisms, and Therapeutic Potential (Madeo et al., 2019)
- The Relation of Dietary Restraint and Affect with Food Choice and the Experience of Guilt after Eating (De Young et al., 2019)
- Psychological Consequences of Food Restriction (Janet Polivy, 1996)
- The Effects of Under Eating (National Centre for Eating Disorders UK)
- The Psychology of Hunger (American Psychological Association, 2013)
- The Biology of Human Starvation (Keyes et al., 1950)