- To hell on a cream puff. Mathewes-Green, Frederica // Christianity Today;11/13/95, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p44
Reports that gluttony is not about experience but about our inclination to associate it with external effects shows how reluctant we are to confront the sin the heart. Food as power; Satan's ploy; The grayness of gluttony; Fasting for the masses; Dare to be disciplined.
- Mind over appetite. // Body Bulletin;Nov96, p3
Presents awareness exercises to make individuals less likely to eat when they are not hungry and less likely to eat beyond the point of fullness. Raisin medication taught to overeaters at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center's Stress Reduction Clinic.
- Fat chances. Dichter, Peter // DCI;Sep97, Vol. 161 Issue 3, p73
Talks about the eating habits of the author's patient who gradually developed an excessive craving for desserts. Psychologic testing made on the patient; Contributing factors on his excessive craving of food; Result of hypnosis treatment on his condition.
- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Lucas, Cynthia; Schrnitz, Raymond; Barton, Daniel; Clubine, John; Beckman, Leonard // Our Sunday Visitor;2/7/2010, Vol. 98 Issue 41, p22
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues, including "Is Islam a Force for Good? Or for Violence?" in the January 3, 2009 issue, "Gluttony--The Most Wide-Spread Deadly Sin," in the January 17, 2009 issue, and "U.S. Bishops Set Sights on Immigration...
- Overeating goes trendy. // Healthy Weight Journal;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p85
Reports on the increasing number of advertisements in the United States that are promoting overconsumption of lowfat foods.
- crapulous. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p542
A definition of the medical term "crapulous," which refers to the effects of excessive drinking and eating, is presented.
- polyphagia. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1847
An encyclopedia entry for the term "polyphagia" which refers to gluttony or the act of eating large amounts of food is presented.
- Gluttony. Perrine, Jennifer // Natural Bridge;Spring 2013, Issue 29, p67
The poem "Gluttony" by Jennifer Perrine is presented. First Line: Call it obscene, this appetite that sprouts; Last Line: morsel, I savor you, swallow you whole.
- Your turning point. Draper, Dave // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Mar2001, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p66
Ponders on the increasing number of overweight people. Changes in the eating habits of people; Consequences of gluttony; Choices that one can make with regard to body weight.