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By eating foods and taking vitamins and nutrients that will keep your body healthy and fit by winter1101 Posted Sat 02 Feb 2013 1:01pm The symptoms for a yeast infection and bacterial vaginosis are very closely related, so you will need to find out which type of infection you have if you are experiencing this infection for the first time. Prostatitis treatments. Stress can be another trigger of the infection. A new remedy is Lactobacillus acidophilus which naturall ... Read on »
Drop It and Eat--A GUIDE TO DROPPING THE SENSELESS RULES ABOUT FOOD AND EATING AND LEARNING TO TUNE IN TO YOUR BODY'S SIGNALS. by hikerrd Posted Wed 18 Aug 2010 5:58pm Hope you find this blog based n 24 years experience valuable! Lori Lieberman, RD, CDE, MPH, LDN    Read on »
Fall Foods: Why Seasonal Eating Primes the Body for Fat Burning by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 11 Oct 2012 11:00am This is a guest post from Mira and Jayson Calton of Calton Nutrition . As many of you know, I’ve written extensively on the seasonality of eating , and the fractal nature of early human existence. In this guest post, the Caltons share a few of their own insights and discoveries on seasonal eating patterns, and provide a new perspective on weig ... Read on »
How I Transformed my Body Eating REAL FOOD (and how you can too) by kulamama Posted Tue 10 Jun 2014 2:38pm Like it? Share it! How I Transformed my Body Eating Real Food I don’t usually write about weight loss because I truly believe: Size does not matter. Every body shape is beautiful. Diets don’t work. Health can be achieved at any size. That about sums up my beliefs on the matter.  H ... Read on »
What Foods You Really Need To Eat To Add Lean Muscle To Your Body by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 31 May 2012 4:08am Share This Page For many, building muscle mass naturally is strictly about pumping iron in the gym, but they neglect the muscle building diet needed outside the gym. It doesn’t matter how many reps and sets you do, if you don’t give your body the calories and nourishment needed, your body will not grow muscle. You may have so ... Read on »
Feed Me: Writers Dish About Food, Eating, Weight, and Body Image by Laura Patient Expert Posted Sun 22 Mar 2009 3:13pm I always bring too many books and too many groceries with me when I go away to write. This year there was a special twist in that the title of Harriet Brown's new book, "Feed Me" served as a personal theme for the week: when I go away alone I do so partly to re-learn what it is that I think about, enjoy, read, write, and EAT when I have no one ... Read on »
Eat for Life – 10 week program to help you savor your food and respect your body – Register Now! by Lynn R. Posted Wed 22 Aug 2012 9:24am I’m happy to announce that registration is open for my successful non-diet weight management approach to eating for health and enjoyment.  This ten week class starts in September so you need to register soon.  If you live in Columbia or Kansas City, you might enjoy taking the in-person class being held on the University of Missouri campus.  Ot ... Read on »
Interesting thoughts on body image in anorexia by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 11 Oct 2009 10:00pm I found an article by the world-famous neuroscientistVS Ramachandran that really got me thinking. The title of the article is " Sexual and food preference in apotemnophilia and anorexia: interactions between 'beliefs' and 'needs' regulated by two-way connections between body image and limbic structures," and most of it is uber -technical and, thoug ... Read on »
Fighting Back Against the Food Police by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:04pm In treatment, we not only referred to the eating disorder voice as "Ed," we also named the enforcers of his laws. They were the "food police," the "diet cops," and any number of other incarnations. That police are sometimes referred to as "pigs" didn't escape my notice, either. So here we are, describing all of the laws that the food p ... Read on »
A simple trick for avoiding over-eating in the evening by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 06 Dec 2013 5:28am How much we eat is a factor of many different factors including how hungry we are, how palatable food is, how much ‘reward’ we get from food and social setting. The body has complex systems in place that, when functioning well, help ensure that we eat enough food but not too much. Some of this control is ‘endocrinological’ (hormonal) in nature: ... Read on »