Diet culture is rife with seasonal tips on overeating, but most of them just fuel food guilt. Instead, what if we just ate and moved on?
Dinner: salad. Dessert: one tub of ice cream and a block of chocolate.
Nope again- that would make them physically uncomfortable and normal eaters avoid that feeling when they can. Plus- they
Janice: Can you tell us a little bit about each of the four sections of the book? Andrea: The book was written for adolescents
Plus how to feel full more quickly.
Years after her weight-loss surgery, the comedian has learned to embrace her body.
If you could learn to pause before taking the first emotional bite just long enough to allow yourself to fully experience
”I can sleep when I die,” was my response when people asked me how I managed to work so many hours and only get 4-5 hours
So these two pieces together: Eating when you're comfortably hungry, and giving yourself unconditional permission to eat whatever you want is where you'll find your off-switch.
What if you were to ask yourself this one question, each time you ate something. What might happen as a result?
No topic should be off limits.
More and more I'm seeing patients who use food to deal with their emotions. They come from all walks of life including C
Years ago, I had a friend in Aspen who was a very large man. He'd been an offensive lineman on his college's football team, and here in town he'd packed on a few more pounds through plenty of booze and unhealthy eating habits.
We've all been there: you've just started exercising, or increased your exercise activity, and you suddenly start feeling
At this age, my daughter loves food just because. She is not me. She is not growing up around constant hostility. She is not unhappy. She does not want to either starve herself into disappearing or eat herself into oblivion. She simply loves food.
I hope you see that if your eating feels out of control at the moment, it isn't because you are weak or defective or lacking in willpower. From your body's perspective, there is always a good reason and becoming curious about what is really going on can help you make real change.
Few foods are always bad or always good; it's fine to indulge in dessert sometimes, of course. So the researchers were curious: Would a more balanced message reduce that backfire effect of the negative messages?
How many times have you come home from a great vacation with an unwanted souvenir in the form of a nasty cold or stomach