Category Archives: Mindful Eating

30+ Healthy Snacks Under 200-Calories (download your copy today!)

Are you a snacker?  Snacking is definitely a good thing as long as you’re smart about it. Eating a snack or two between meals can take the edge off your hunger so that you don’t overeat at meal time.  The … Continue reading

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Countdown to Thanksgiving: 5 tips to keep you feeling well (+ holiday dessert recipe)

Thanksgiving is meant to be just that – a day to give thanks – but a lot of people find this time year incredibly stressful. There are worries about family dynamics, meal preparation, and overeating that can turn the day … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Help You Stop Overeating (+ Pumpkin Zucchini Chocolate Chip Bread recipe)

Has this ever happened to you? Not hungry, you walk into a room, see food, and grab some just because it’s there. That just happened to me yesterday. I wasn’t thinking about food or feeling hungry at all when I … Continue reading

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Calling all parents: tips on raising healthy eaters and being one yourself.

As the new school year gets underway, I’ve been getting more calls than usual from parents wanting to schedule appointments for their children.  This is the time of year when kids are visiting their pediatricians for immunizations and school-required physicals.  … Continue reading

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Who says you can’t lose weight quickly and painlessly? Read on …

January is just about over. Are you still committed to your weight loss diet? I’ve had many weight conversations with clients who got off track during the holidays; they ate more, exercised less, and gained weight. Now they want to … Continue reading

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Stress blocks weight loss. Get these stress-busting tips…

How many times during the day do you hear that little voice in your head saying something like this? I need to hurry up or I’m going to be late! Dang. I’M LATE AGAIN. My desk (room, car, kitchen…) is … Continue reading

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This weight loss approach really works. Must try…

How many diets have you tried over the years? How many New Year’s resolutions have you made to go on a weight loss diet? Maybe they got you the results you wanted, but how long did they last? If you … Continue reading

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Eat dessert and enjoy every bite!

Getting together with family and friends is something we do around the holidays. These gatherings typically include rich foods and lots of sweets. If you’re like most people, this excites and stresses you out at the same time. It’s a … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Mindful Eating

In two days from now, it will be Thanksgiving. Do you have a plan for eating? Will you count up your calories and attempt to stick to your diet; or will you throw caution to the wind and stuff yourself … Continue reading

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5 Simple Steps to Mindful Eating

MINDFUL EATING is not a diet. It’s a conscious way of eating and enjoying food for both good health and pleasure. It uses our internal cues for hunger, appetite, and satiety to guide us in eating. When we slow down … Continue reading

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