Weekly Health Blogs From Around the Web

Pete Cohen at the weight loss guru talks about the Diet Dilemma

“A problem human beings share is a tendency to fall for the ‘see food’ diet. Our primitive genetic coding sometimes tells us when food’s available, just incase there’s a shortage tomorrow – and if crispy, golden, succulent goodies confront us at every street corner, we don’t always stop to ask our stomach if we are genuinely hungry”

Diet blog talks about Drinking Milk Helps Weight Loss

We’ve got all sorts of things for weight loss: pills, diet books, surgery, and even vibrating machines you strap around your belly. But, who would have thought the answer would be as simple as drinking milk.

A new study claims consuming milk and calcium helped people lose more weight, regardless of diet”

Dr Kals weight loss tips talks about Thoughtful Eating: Think Before, During, and After

The reason that most diets don’t work is that they’re seen as short-term goal-setting quick fixes. As most people know but don’t necessarily practice, permanent weight loss results from lifestyle changes.

While many weight loss tip lists have emphasized what to eat, weight loss advice often ignores another important dimension of lifestyle change how to eat.

Diet girl talks about Intuitive Eating – what and why?

“Intuitive eating is a nutrition philosophy based on the premise that becoming more attuned to the body’s natural hunger signals is a more effective way to attain a healthy weight; rather than keeping track of the amounts of energy and fats in foods. It’s a process that is intended to create a healthy relationship with food, mind, and body”

Lisa Schilling talks about Do You React or Reason? Recognizing Reptilian Brain Mentality

“Do You React or Reason? Well that depends on which part of the brain you activate. To greatly over-simplify neuroscience, the brain can be divided into three main areas of function. Most advanced is the forebrain or the neocortex, which is responsible for thinking and reasoning. It has also been called the primate brain”

Dietriffic talks about 5 Benefits Of Early Morning Workouts

“Do you keep putting off your workouts? It’s a struggle at times, I know! What we need to do is put some firm habits into action. Getting a regular routine going, with workouts taking place at the same time of the day is essential.

People who do that tend to stick with it much longer than those who adopt a more sporadic approach”.

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