Have you ever heard of "flight or fight syndrome"? It explains a lot about stress and diabetes. Flight or fight syndrome was first described by an American physiologist by the name of Walter Cannon in the 1920s. Cannon figured out that when we're...
Yesterday, I had oven-fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and broccoli for dinner. I should have been satisfied. Calorie-wise, there was no way that I should have been hungry after dinner. I took a book out to the hammock in my back yard and I tried to read. It's a good...
If you're a people-pleaser, you may have a hard time trying to refuse food. I was just talking with a client recently. Sadly, his brother passed away unexpectedly. Friends and relatives brought "at least 500 pounds" of food to my client's home. The food was piled up...
A few days ago, I asked a client what she thought was the biggest thing holding her back from changing her health. Her answer? Stress eating. She said she was afraid she'd be unable to cope with stress if she couldn't turn to food for comfort. She wouldn't...
When it comes to food & health, the overly responsible person will prioritize everyone else’s needs above her own, leaving no time to care for herself.
For much of my younger life, I made decisions based not on what I really wanted, but on what outcomes I feared least. I was afraid to be alone, so I married a man who was not a good match for me.
Every year, women of all shapes & sizes resolve to diet their way thin in the first few months of the year.
She despised her body weight, and she disliked overweight in anyone else. The size of her body and everyone else’s was a continual topic of conversation. The message was mixed: Food is love, eat it up in large portions, but stay thin to be lovable.
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