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Eating Disorders and Sugar Addiction

Eating Disorders and Sugar Addiction


During this workshop, we will discuss the main eating disorders – Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder, Purging, Night Eating Syndrome, Sugar Addiction, and other specified feeding or eating disorders.

Oxygen Advantage will cover the following:
1. The effects of disordered eating on exercise and training
2. How the nervous, endocrine, and energy systems and breathing are affected
3. What a dietician’s role can look like and what your role as a trainer or client can look like
4. The expected timeline of recovering and what happens with relapse
5. What markers to track to help yourself or a client on the road to physical recovery
6. What exercise and type of training are the most suitable to help clients recover and how to have conversations around this
7. Language and communication skills that can help you keep clients on the road to health and wellness recovery and not drive them further into disorder and chaos

Suitable for instructors.

Price 350AED

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About Oxygen Advantage

A simple yet revolutionary approach to improving your body’s oxygen use, increasing your health, weight loss, and sports performance—whether you’re a recovering couch potato or an Ironman triathlon champion.

Achieve more with less effort: The secret to weight loss, fitness, and wellness lies in the most basic and most overlooked function of your body—how you breathe. One of the biggest obstacles to better health and fitness is a rarely identified problem: chronic over-breathing. We often take many more breaths than we need—without realizing it—contributing to poor health and fitness, including a host of disorders, from anxiety and asthma to insomnia and heart problems.


As one practicing and benefiting from the Wim Hoff Method I read this book to get more insight into the science and effect of oxygenation of the body. Although McKeown’s method is different than Hoff’s they both share many similarities and are attempting to achieve much of the same. This book provides the physiological effects of the method in great detail, something I wish that Wim Hoff provided more of in his course. – Michael