You’re having the worst day and it’s one stressful thing after another. How you’re responding may actually be making things WORSE for yourself instead of better. Find out if your adding to your stress or taking away from it! Continue reading →
If you want to gain weight, make sure you don’t eat. Yes, you read that right. NOT eating often leads to weight gain and there are both physiological and psychological reasons for this happening. Continue reading →
Perhaps you’ve got a couple of pounds you want to lose. What should you do? Diet? Exercise? Both? Read on for the answer as well as 6 tips to get you started! Continue reading →
I made Diana Pierce of NBC KARE 11 compete in my version of The Hunger Games. I ask her nutrition questions and she either wins a loaf of muddy bread or a fresh fruit arrangement. See what happens! Continue reading →
I recently met with a financial planner who takes a very accurate bird’s eye view of one’s complete financial picture. The experience made me see the parallels of working toward a healthy financial and physical future – both require regular investments NOW with a huge payoff later. Continue reading →
When it comes to calorie intake, the message often revolves around total taken in – as long as you consume fewer calories than you burn, you will reduce body fat. Unfortunately, calories in/calories out is not all there is to the equation as timing also plays a critical role in body fat and resiliency. Continue reading →
Low glycemic snacks are a steady source of energy, minimize stress on your system and are less likely to be stored as fat. Learn what quick and easy snacks make better choices. Continue reading →
This week’s challenge is to use your brain’s subconscious tendencies to eat less. By eating off a smaller plate or drinking beverages out of a smaller glass you consume less without even knowing it. Continue reading →
This week’s challenge is to only eat to about 80% full at meals – what the Japanese call Hara Hachi Bu. Continue reading →
Have you started thinking about your goals for 2012 yet? Here are a few tips for success from my latest NBC KARE 11 Health & Fitness segment. One of my goals should be to stop making insane facial gestures… Continue reading →
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