It’s hard to believe it's National Heart Month again. I'm joined by Taylor, who you may recall from our popular YouTube video "Shrink and Move: Small Steps That Lead To Big Rewards". https://healthywage.wordpress.com/2011/11/14/shrink-and-move-small-steps-that-lead-to-big-rewards/ Taylor has many reasons to monitor his health closely. He has a family history of cardiovascular disease and he has Type 1 … Continue reading Don’t Be Shackled By Your Health: Break Free! ™
Your choice who to root for, and your choice how to spend your calories on Sunday. Super Bowl is a special day for many people, but for me, it’s even more special this year for two big reasons—I’m from San Francisco and it’s my birthday. Whether you’re a Niners or Ravens fan, it’s bound to be a great … Continue reading It’s My Party and I’ll Eat Well If I Plan To…
“A New Year's resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other”--Anonymous New Year's Resolutions often fade into the background by the end of January. It seems diets are the same way. Lots of excitement week one, and then back to old habits soon thereafter. I think it's because they come … Continue reading Make 2013 Different: Transforming Good Intentions into Lasting Lifestyle Changes
Choose ahead how to wisely enjoy your Thanksgiving meal. Plan it and put it in writing ahead of time. What will you say about it on Friday 11/23rd? Decide now. You can choose smaller portions of some of the traditional high calorie options, or you can make lower calorie dishes. Weight Watchers, Eating well, Cooking Light, … Continue reading Healthy Thanksgiving Tips & Recipes
On my recent trip to Africa I got to see first-hand the types of things I thought I'd only experience through National Geographic or The Discovery Channel. Watching the elephants, giraffes, and zebras graze peaked my interest in learning more about plant based diets. I spoke with my colleague Toni Bloom, RD, about it; and she agreed to let me … Continue reading Eat More Like an Ellie
Ellen Resnick, Director at the Center for Thoughtful Weight Loss is in Ngorongoro Crater in Africa today filming zebras to demonstrate how our thoughts influence what and how much we choose to eat. Watch as Ellen demonstrates cognitive restructuring with Leslie in her latest video Shrink and Talk: What Zebras Teach Us About Weight Loss. … Continue reading Shrink and Talk: What Zebras Teach Us About Weight Loss
Watch as Ellen Resnick, Director at Center for Thoughtful Weight Loss, does a follow up Youtube to the popular Shrink and Wash: Using CBT for Permanent Weight Loss™. The answer to the big question “what happened to the rest of the bunny?” after that fateful day when Wendy was overly tired and ate the head … Continue reading What happened to the rest of the bunny?