Intuitive eating: How to make it work for you (and your clients)

Reviewed by: Pam Ruhland, PN2, Certified Intuitive Eating Lay Facilitator What is it? | Principles | Weight loss | Mindful eating | Advice for coaches Many people think they know…

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Seven Secrets to a Healthier You

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Diet, disease, and the microbiome

There is growing interest in the human body’s microbiome and its connection to chronic disease. A new study examines that connection, along with how the foods we eat influence the…

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Want healthy eyes? What to know at 40 and beyond

Did the print on that label suddenly shrink? If you’re in your 40s or beyond, you may have asked yourself that question as you struggled to read something that you…

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Eventually, an easy-to-follow manual for weight loss

Eventually, an easy-to-follow manual for weight loss“. This book is not a diet book but it pushes a healthy lifestyle because diet implies short term but changing lifestyle implies long…

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Summer camp: What parents need to know this year

It’s time to make summer plans, and for many families, those plans include summer camp. After the year we’ve had, the idea of getting out of the house, being active,…

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Can fitness counter fatness?

In a recent study, researchers attempted to answer the very question posed in the title of this post. Before delving into the findings of this study and how it fits…

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What is the difference between hunger and craving? - medsurfer.com

What is the difference between hunger and craving?

Have you ever felt true hunger? Or is it craving? How do you know the difference? How can you control hunger/craving?

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Omega-3 fatty acids and the heart: New evidence, more questions

My patients commonly ask me whether they should try one supplement or another. Often my answer is equivocal, because for most supplements we just don’t have enough evidence to give…

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A look at the 2020–2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs), published by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), provide science-based recommendations on what to…

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