Have the courage to see yourself as enough. Trust that belief that you once had in your enough-ness. Keep connecting to it again and again. It'll soon become your new core belief.
A new study by Ryan Elder and Gina Mohr suggests it may not just be the texture of these foods that matters; maybe the sound that chewy, crunchy foods produce acts as a sixth flavor that affects our appetite and sense of fullness.
In my childhood, my nickname was, "Margaret, Margaret, the big fat target!" Today I can laugh, but for many years I cried about it. What's interesting is, during all the years I cried about it, I also believed it. As long as I believed it, I lived it.
Is the majority of our population truly incapable of getting off the couch, or have we been miseducated on how to best incorporate exercise when looking to shed pounds?
Good news, ladies: There are tried-and-true tricks (that won't disrupt your lifestyle) to maximize your burn from a.m. to p.m. Take advantage of any or all of these five easy power-up hacks.
Juicing removes the two biggest benefits of eating fruits and vegetables (fiber and antioxidants). Essentially leaving us with a nutrient supplement bathing in glucose and fructose.
There were days I allowed the opinion of others to affect my better judgment. There were days that I wanted to give up (and I did). But the commitment I had for my dreams and myself gave me the resiliency to get back up and keep going after every defeat and failure.
Whether your goal is to exercise three-to-five times per week, or to save $100 to $200 per month, establish a reasonable range. When you hit its low end, challenge yourself to keep going. You'll likely find that a little taste of success can motivate you to get to the next level.
If you've "been there, done that" with every diet and plan on the block. Maybe its time to look a little deeper. There's a lot more to the puzzle than that and it has very little to do with whats on your plate.
Reading magazines this week, I learned that: Half of American adults eat lunch alone. (New York Times Magazine, 2/28/16) There are currently no open...
Yesterday I saw an article about Zach Miko, a model who is of a larger size...in the modeling world I suppose this means he eats at least one square m...
My goal was to write the best book ever written by someone considering weight loss surgery. That's a subjective goal, but I gave it everything I had and was not going to turn it over to the public until there was nothing I could do to make it better.
We think a "snack" will assist us with that emotion. It will take it away, or make it better, or soothe us, or help us celebrate or make us feel worse... or who knows! But we eat when we feel. And that is not necessarily the purpose of food.
Ella visits the park and meets a new boy. He yells. "You're so fat!" Full of anger, no joy. His anger hurts Ella and makes her feel sad. She ques...
Clean eating can be a slippery slope down into the abyss of rigid, restrictive, dieting habits and back into food obsession. The problem with clean eating is that it implies all foods are either "clean" or "dirty."
Your choices, goals, and aspirations are yours. Mine are mine. All I'm saying is, let's all start owning our own choices. You absolutely shouldn't feel insignificant for being a certain size -- and no one should ever be bullied. But please, let's stop whining and complaining and getting offended over every comment