The only meaningful shortcut to eating healthfully and moderately is to eat food as close to its origins as possible. Your kitchen is the best place to get it.
Eating whole, unprocessed food is the easiest way to moderate your intake (we call it eating for cessation) and enjoy every bite. That...
Science says no.
The common understanding about weight gain in midlife has no science to support it.
Instead, what it shows is that men and women have no substantial differences in metabolic rates, menopause in and of itself does NOT create a dip in metabolism, and age-related decline...
An effective weight loss program has three main components.
- Self-exploration - you need to understand what you need and what feels right to you–that's how it becomes sustainable for you.
- Weight mastery - focus on permanence from day one. Any diet will help you lose weight; lasting weight...
You not only can but should.
90% of people who lose weight on a diet watch it creep back on within a year. Slowly at first and then all of a sudden. Sometimes, more than before.
If one of them is you, here's some information to relieve you of the guilt and shame.
No diet was going to keep...
Losing Weight Is Still Worthwhile. Just don’t diet to get there.
Anti-diet messages have gotten so mixed up with weight loss that many people wonder, is it ok to want to lose weight?
Yes, but it matters how you go about it. After twenty years of struggling with dieting and its bad ideas...
The problem is in plain sight.
How much of your food is processed, and do you understand what that's doing to you?
“I want to eat naturally and be able to stop when I’m not hungry anymore.”
Seems reasonable. The daily struggle to keep yourself from eating too much is a...
The most sustainable weight loss comes from a process of discovery, not a focus on a particular number. Starting with a goal weight is a slippery slope into an unsustainable diet.
Goal weights are an invention of diet companies. They are an unnecessary ‘motivator’ and do more...
It's not but you're approaching it with bad ideas.
Myopically focusing on calories, carbs, and steps makes it impossible to get somewhere better.
Weight loss isn’t simple so why do we keep treating it that way?
The short answer is that we’ve allowed diet companies to define...
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So, You Think You Know About Food Processing
You want to eat. You want to live. That happens by understanding food processing, a subject poorly understood but incredibly impactful in everyday eating. This mini-course will help you choose what to put on your plate to eat to satiety, and not beyond.