There are some common dieting tips/suggestions that actually make good sense when you’re trying to eat more mindfully and perhaps manage a gastrointestinal or other health condition. Let’s take a look at 12 dieting tips I’ve re-framed with the goal not to lose weight, but to feel good after eating.
Breaks are so necessary! Allow yourself to take them every once in awhile and you might just find you’re more productive, creative, flexible, strong, fast, etc. after the break. I took a little break from the blog this week. It’s not that I didn’t have time, but I […]
Breathe through the hurt, the stress, the anxiety, and the pain. Breathe through the joy, the pride, the ease, and the peace. Your breath will see you through.
Have a less than healthy habit you’ve been meaning to change? It’s never too late to work on it! It might seem overwhelming to think about completely changing a behavior you’ve spent a lifetime developing, but when broken down into separate steps using the SMART goal system, soon you’ll be a pro at creating those healthy habits you know will help improve your health and quality of life.
For those of us who never receive treatment for our eating disorders, there are still several ways to help ourselves.
Here are 5 key methods of support treatment programs offer and how you can mimic this support at home either in lieu of treatment, or once discharged:
Professionally, calories are a way of quantifying the energy value of foods. Calories are necessary to sustain life. Personally, calories shmalories! I could easily figure out how many calories I eat on a daily basis, and I could easily tell you how many calories are in any given […]