Tag Archives: overeating

How to eliminate food cravings

December 29, 2012

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by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  If you are overwhelmed with an urge to wolf down chocolate or cookies, you should head straight to the kitchen. Although mindless snacking packs on the pounds like no other pastime, certain foods can make a difference in your need to nibble. Dietitians will tell you that eating low-calorie, fiber-rich […]

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You must halt energetic eating to lose weight

September 29, 2012

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by Dr. Judith Orloff —  There is more to overeating and obesity than meets the eye. One big reason that many diets fail is that traditional weight-loss programs do not factor in the way we process subtle energy, or what Chinese medicine refers to as life force or chi. Subtle energy penetrates and surrounds the […]

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Break free from emotional eating

August 14, 2012

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by Stacy Maxwell —  Emotional eating is a significant contributor to the U.S. obesity epidemic. Some experts state that up to 75 percent of overeating is due to emotions. Let us take a look at the difference between emotional and physical hunger, eating triggers and some tools you can use to break free from the […]

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10 real ways to de-stress

July 12, 2012

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by Jo Ann Joy —  Everyone tells us to relax, but they never give us practical advice about how to do it. It does not help when someone says, “You have to learn to relax.” That comment just puts more pressure on us and turns relaxing into one more chore. Despite people telling us to […]

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The end of yo-yo dieting

February 27, 2012

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by Dr. Michelle May —  Increasing numbers of individuals struggle with obesity and yo-yo dieting, a term descriptive of an old paradigm of weight management — one that was destined to fail for the majority of people. It is an apt metaphor, however, because a yo-yo goes either up or down, just like a diet. […]

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