WEIGHT LOSS NATURALLY

WEIGHT LOSS NATURALLY
Can weight loss occur without starvation diets and medication? Yes, you can be empowered to undertake the process in a very natural and holistic way. Most of the time a small adjustment in diet that compliment ones exact metabolism can make the difference. Once that adjustment becomes permanent (behavior modification), it has a greater chance of staying with the individual for a life time. To identify those adjustments accurately, a full medical analysis ...

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Morning Tips to Help Weight Loss

MORNING TIPS TO HELP WEIGHT LOSS

Late January, and we are still concerned about reaching our goal weight in time for spring weddings and graduations. If you are not on a structured weight loss program there are a few morning tips that can keep us moving in the right direction.

In the fast pace of daily living, many of us often skip breakfast figuring it will save time and even keep our weight down because we are eating less. ...

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DETOX BASICS

DETOX BASICS

Does it seem like your experiencing constant fatigue, headaches, joint pain and bad breath? Maybe it’s skin rashes, itchy skin, irritability or even constipation. These are some of the many different types of symptoms that arise over time from the accumulation of toxins in the body. Science has shown that toxic overload contributes to more serious conditions such as auto immune disease.

The toxins in our bodies are either internal or external in origin. Toxins from ...

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ECONOMICS AND WEIGHT LOSS

Economics and Weight Loss

We have been hearing at every turn that obesity across America is hitting epidemic proportions and that the insurgency of fast food restaurants over the past two decades has a lot to do with it. Now it’s time to get this behemoth moving in the other direction. Weight loss cost money and takes time, energy and commitment. Making changes in behavior and lifestyle will help keep the weight off once a goal weight is ...

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Michelle Obama’s “Lets Move” Campaign (Providence Journal 1/15/12)

EDITORIALS
Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” Campaign
By Eriene-Heidi Sidhom

On Tuesday, February 9, 2010 First Lady Michelle Obama announced her campaign, Let’s Move,in an effort to combat the growing problem of childhood obesity.1 The campaign’s goal is ambitious, to say the least: eliminate childhood obesity in a single generation so that today’s kids grow up to be adults of a healthy weight. 2

The Problem at Hand

Childhood obesity must be addressed both because it negatively impacts our children and because we ...

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OBESITY AND CANCER RISKS

OBESITY AND CANCER RISKS

Did you know that obesity is strongly associated with an increased risk for developing certain types of cancer? In 2003, the American Cancer Society stated that obesity increased the risk for the following types of the disease:
• Breast cancer (after menopause)
• Cervical cancer
• Colon or rectal cancer
• Esophageal cancer
• Gall bladder cancer
• Kidney cancer
• Liver cancer
• Multiple myeloma
• Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
• Ovarian cancer
• Pancreas cancer
• Stomach cancer (in men)
• Uterine cancer
Scientists are currently working to uncover the ...

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Weight Loss in January

 

January Weight Loss Folly 

 

Did you ever observe people you know talking about weight loss as a resolution only to find that a year later they are still talking?  Although their intentions are noble, the actions required to make any progress are scarce.  For the people that actually take action, it is found to be short lived in most cases.  The reason for this is that losing weight is hard work and requires encouragement and supervision by a third party ...

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Health Goals and the New Year

Tis the season to be jolly!  Yes, that time of year is here again.  We are all happy to be with family, friends and colleagues celebrating the end of another year and talking about resolutions for 2012.

As we pass through the holiday season and finally get the courage to step back on the scale in January, we can easily see that weight loss needs to be a priority in our thinking.  This can be challenging. We also know that unnecessary ...

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What is motivation?

What is motivation? What does motivation look and feel like to you? There are many definitions of what motivation is: It is the desire, drive, or incentive to achieve a goal. The desire is the driving energy that ignites the action to move forward. Motivation looks and feels different for everyone. What motivates one person towards a specific goal may not motivate another.

Change and growth take place when a person has risked himself and dares to become involved with experimenting ...

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Wellness Coaching

Wellness coaching is more listening than talking, more asking than telling, and more reflecting than commenting. Coaching is not advising patients on how to solve problems, nor analyzing the root causes, but rather co-creating a collaborative environment in assisting people to achieve a higher level of both physical and mental well-being. Getting people to optimal wellness is at the forefront of today’s hopes and dreams of physical and mental health professionals. Wellness coaching uses a positive psychology approach to help ...

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