My patients are always telling me how hard it is to get healthy because friends and family will mock their attempts. Myself, being quite familiar with haters, got to thinking about what tips I can give to help deal with the weight-loss hecklers. Here are three:
It can be tricky to know how you should store and prepare fresh foods to get the most nutrients.
Some people crave salty snacks, like chips, pretzels, and pumpkin seeds. Others crave desserts, like chocolate, candy, and cookies. If you are anythi...
As I begin working with new clients, very often I hear, "Margaret, I'm an emotional eater." I ask them, "What emotions do you eat?" Emotional eate...
Between 2010 and 2025 one billion people earning more than $10 a day will move from rural areas into a city.
no one eats perfectly 100 percent of the time, but if anyone out there best knows what foods to avoid, it's definitely the experts who make a living showing others how to eat healthy. Here's a look at the foods and products nutritionists and dietitians said they certainly wouldn't consume:
In my own life and in my professional experience with other women, I have found that the seven foods below are among the best ones to make our diet nutritious and healthy.
I LOVE cupcakes. Especially the kind that comes with heaps of vanilla buttercream frosting. And I have to be honest... if you put one in front of m...
Day in and day out, we need to stay active and at the very least, an easy rule of thumb is to break a light sweat at least once a day. It does not have to be intense, but on a non-working out day, it's a good rule to follow. This can be achieved by doing things like taking the stairs or carrying your groceries home from the supermarket.
Ever wonder why so many people are fat in a country where so many others go hungry? Does the question ever cross your mind? In an article by Joel Berg, executive director of the New York Coalition Against Hunger in New York City, he talked about the paradox.
But between us and that opportunity are the parasites of science who have no apparent interest in the weight of evidence, and instead feed selectively on studies depending on whether they endorse the opinion they've already decided is true.
Don't settle for less, when losing weight can be a journey worth sharing and prove to be less of a hassle and more of a fond memory. This is not a seasonal thing. My body is not just summer ready, I am committed to staying in shape and healthy year-round!
This week, September 28-October 2, 2015, is Malnutrition Awareness Week. It is an opportunity to spotlight a growing but under-recognized problem facing older adults in America: the hidden epidemic of malnutrition.
It's important to begin to see the HOW behind what you're doing. Because until you see the "how," you won't be able to create lasting change.
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However, once you implement these five helpful and unique actions into your life on a consistent basis, your quality of sleep (and life) will immediately improve.
If you choose to plan for chaos and use The If-Then Technique to outline ways that you can "reduce the scope, but stick to the schedule," then you can find options for staying on-task even when your day gets off-course.
Surface solutions like shopping for a new dress or shade of lipstick can help you feel better for a little while, but they don't get you to unwrap the real issues that are gnawing at you from the inside out.
Fall River, Massachusetts, is a low-income community, and for that reason alone, food and obesity are big issues here.
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