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Changing lifestyle habits – eating & exercise – part 1 (high school) by sensualappeal Posted Fri 09 Nov 2012 7:28am I decided to talk a little bit, briefly but not, about the different changes in my eating habits I have experienced through my youth and adult life so far. I think many of us will be able to relate to my story and how my personal eating habits have changed through the years, with this on-going roller coaster and finally to where I am right now ... Read on »
Will Eating Red Meat Kill You? by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 14 Mar 2012 9:22am This is another special guest post from our favorite study-dismantler, Denise Minger . Read all of her previous Mark’s Daily Apple articles here , here , here and here , pay her website a visit, and stay tuned for her upcoming book “Death by Food Pyramid” due out later this year. We’re already 74 days into the new year, which can only mean ... Read on »
Diet Vs Lifestyle by Jill Knapp Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Sep 2009 10:34pm I have had many conversations lately with people about the word diet and lifestyle change. First I want to give you the definition’s I found on both. Diet = A regimen of eating and drinking sparingly so as to reduce one's weight to eat and drink according to a regulated system, especially so as to lose weight or control a medical condition. ... Read on »
Diet Vs Lifestyle by J.Knapp Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:03pm I have had many conversations lately with people about the word diet and lifestyle change. First I want to give you the definition’s I found on both. Diet = A regimen of eating and drinking sparingly so as to reduce one's weight to eat and drink according to a regulated system, especially so as to lose weight or control a medical conditio ... Read on »
Liposuction vs. Transformation: Procedures Can't Change You, But YOU can!! by Dr. Barbara Berkeley Medical Doctor Posted Tue 03 May 2011 11:36am by Barbara Berkeley, MD You know that person of your acquaintance who had bariatric surgery and gained it all back?  What happened? The answer is simple.  They believed that the procedure alone could "fix" them.  But our current surgical treatments for obesity are sold the wrong way.  Rather than being fixes, they are helpers.  Most p ... Read on »
Drafting Your New Year’s Resolutions? Create A List For Healthy Habits In 2011 by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sun 26 Dec 2010 3:18pm NIH Health Information New Year’s resolutionsthey’re easy to make but easier to break. Why is it so hard to make the healthy changes that we know can help us feel better and live longer? And why is it so hard to make them last? NIH-funded scientists are learning more about how we can make healthy changes and, even more ... Read on »
Q and A Session For Everday Health New Year New You Part Two by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 04 Feb 2011 1:56pm Everyday Healths expert’s answers and my replies. 1 ) We all make New Year’s resolutions, and often these resolutions involve weight loss or fitness goals. But many of us quickly lose traction and don’t achieve our goals. What are the psychological and emotional reasons behind these failures? Elisa Zied, MS, RD, CDN () Founder ... Read on »
Intuitive Eating - My Microscope, The Intuitive Eater & How it Gets Buried by Angie All The Way Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Mar 2009 4:22am I'm not too proud to examine myself as exhibiting behaviours that I see in books. I have respect for science. I have a psychology degree for cryin' out loud! And some might say that Psychology may not be as black and white as say, Biology, but I think that those kinds of points of view are usually lacking the element of insight and imagination. We ... Read on »
Getting back up to speed: The 4 corners of my new life. by RunnerGirl .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Jul 2013 12:18pm What a wild crazy journey the past few months have been.   But such is the roller coaster of life, right? I went through a whole depression/ mourning period the past bit and now I am finally feeling myself.  Not my old self, but rather a new self.  Mike and I have been defining our "new normal" and in this journey I finally feel like it is lif ... Read on »
Positive New Year Changes by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 28 Dec 2010 11:05am According to John Norcross, a Professor of Psychology and Distinguished University Fellow at the University of Scranton, a clinical psychologist in part-time practice, and editor of the Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 40-46% of people will be successful with New Year Resolutions after 6 months. Having studied New Year resolutions for ... Read on »