TAG: Wellness

Meal Regulation: “When” Is As Important As “What”

Meal Regulation So you want to stop yo-yo dieting, binging, or overeating? Science says one of the biggest key factors in achieving this is something called “meal regulation,” eating at predetermined, regular times throughout the day. The reason eating at scheduled times is so helpful is because most people fall into 1 of 2 traps: […]

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The Gifts That Come From Breaking Up With Sugar

Big changes are hard…and sometimes when things feel difficult we can lose sight of all the amazing, wonderful things that come with a sugar and flour free life. Since the book’s release, I’ve been hearing each day from people I’ve never even met about how breaking up with Sugar has transformed their lives. It’s inspirational […]

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Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes

When it comes to understanding the need to change our behaviors, my wise teacher, Marsha Linehan, cuts right to the chase:  “Distress tolerance, at least over the short run, is part and parcel of any attempt to change oneself; otherwise, impulsive actions will interfere with efforts to establish desired changes.”  In shorthand: If nothing changes, […]

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Not Another Diet

I know that the idea of being on a “food plan” can feel restrictive or scary, almost as if you’re on another crash-and-burn diet. It can bring up those thoughts and emotions that protect us from the harm that’s diets have caused us in the past. After all, restrictive dieting is very harmful and has […]

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