You lost five pounds the first week. The enthusiasm got you to the second week, and you lost four pounds again. How is it then that now, in half of the second month, you’ve lost only three? Nothing’s wrong with you. But, at this point, it’s official: the weight loss honeymoon is over. And now the real work of dieting begins.Continue reading...
Did you look forward to receiving chocolate on Valentine’s Day? Great!
If there were foods you could carry around in your purse as secret weapons to boost your health and energy, these are the 12 you've been looking for.Continue reading...
What Mark Pinhasovich said....
This week begins in the elimination room. The ranchers are brought in to join the unknowns in order for Ali to share some news with them: The two factions will officially be in direct competition as they are going red versus black! But that is not all. There is also a temptation to take care of right away.Continue reading...
You know that eating less is easier said than done. If losing weight were really that easy, 68 percent of American adults wouldn’t be overweight or obese, and we wouldn’t, on average, gain one pound a year between the ages of 20 and 60. So, how can you lose weight - or at least, prevent weight gain - without feeling deprived and unsatisfied? Instead of focusing on what to eat less of – focus on what to eat more of!Continue reading...
Don't sabotage your workout routines with unhealthy overeating. Instead, find out what you need to do to get your eating under control. Eating so you're full and satisfied, rather than giving in to emotional overeating to fill a void or simply because the food is there, takes some planning—and a few good strategies. Here they are:Continue reading...
What Mark Pinhasovich said....
We continue last week’s episode this week. Since there was no weigh-in last week, there are going to be two people sent packing in this episode. Who will fall below that yellow line and end their tenure?Continue reading...
If you repeatedly overeat despite your best efforts, you may be using food to cope with underlying feelings of anger and resentment. While eating may seem to be a temporary fix, it perpetuates a self-destructive problem. To find a permanent solution, add a some forgiveness to your weight release program.Continue reading...
The ranch is still reeling from the twins’ 9-pound gain from last week’s weigh-in. As much as Don says he did not throw the weigh-in, no one seems to believe him, myself included. It is EXTREMELY difficult to put a number like that up and have it be “accidental.” There is another one of those famous twists going on this week, as per the usual. We have a temptation!Continue reading...
Toni Raiten-D’Antonio, author of Ugly as Sin, The Truth About How We Look and Finding Freedom from Self-Hatred sets some sobering evidence of American women’s problems with eating. She says, “Experts at the University of North Carolina have found that three-quarters of women have disordered feelings, thoughts and behaviors related to eating.”Continue reading...
Week three of Biggest Loser is when people on the show really start to “get it.” Everyone starts to figure out their workouts, their diets, and generally what is working for them. But we still don’t know what the deal is with these new trainers. They are finally revealed!Continue reading...
On January 1st, millions of people resolved to lose weight. I hope you weren’t one of them.
Let’s face it. Even if you are counting calories because you have a lot of weight to lose, at some point, as you get closer to your maintenance weight, you have to wing it and learn to eat like an intuitive eater. Healthy Weight Week is about eating like you are not “on a diet.” January 16 – 22, 2011 is the 18th Annual Healthy Weight Week founded by Frances Berg, RD. As her website says, “It’s a time to celebrate healthy living habits that last a lifetime and prevent eating and weight problems, rather than intensifying them, as diets do. “ The premise is to create a lifestyle that promotes a healthy weight by using techniques that prevent eating and weight problems.Continue reading...
Season 11 of The Biggest Loser is sure to bring a great bunch of contestants, new inspiring stories, and crazy twists and changes in the game. Brand new to the ranch are 22 contestants, which consists of 11 teams of family members. We meet a former Olympian, Rulon Gardner, a 21-year-old girl who has lost over 100 pounds already and still has a lot more to go, Courtney Crozier, and the biggest contestant ever, Arthur Wornum, weighing in at over 500 pounds and standing only 5’8″.Continue reading...
If you’re like most dieters you’re very conscientious about the foods you eat, and, of course, that’s important. But equally important are the thoughts you choose to feed your mind. Here are some tips for empowered thinking that will strengthen and support you through your weight loss journey!Continue reading...
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