“I think losing weight, on any program, is done from a house built on a flat piece of land but weight maintenance needs a house built on a slippery slope.”-Pat Coakley So, why do I say this? Because losing weight can be done over and over. Our individual stories can attest to that. Statistics from […]
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Holiday Madness, Literally. Food and Tempers on Your Menu? By Hostess decree: Only food at my table. Perspective has returned! This week's podcast gives some suggestions for food management the day AFTER Thanksgiving-to me the most critical day of Thanksgiving week–an article below to help you with the other type of Holiday madness! Good luck! […]
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“The nutritionist said I should eat root vegetables. Said if I could get down thirteen turnips a day I would be grounded, rooted. Said my head would not keep flying away to where the darkness lives. Andrea Gibson This week, tips on how to manage your weight when the darkness comes to live at your […]
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“In one of the largest surveys of its kind to date, nearly 30,000 women told researchers at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine that they'd rather lose weight than attain any other goal, a figure that alone suggests just how complicated the issue of appetite can be for women. This is the primary female […]
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Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in morning, sailor's warning. So, what are the warning signs for weight watchers (the generic term not the national chain)? That was Diet Reboot Part I Today's podcast is about that we do with our warning signs. Sailors don't go out to sea if they see their […]