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Kathleen
11:00 am

Clean Up Your Eating

Even though my favorite season is Fall because I am a nester at heart, my digestive system loves spring! At this time of year I crave fresh, whole foods. I want my plate filled with big salads that are topped with colors and textures from an assortment of vegetables. Read More

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Kathleen
6:14 am

The Hamster Wheel of Dieting

Dieting. That one word can cause anxiety levels and blood pressures to rise. Many of us go on multiple diets every year, and many of us have rules about diets. Here are some examples: a. We can only begin a diet on a Monday. b. Eating a cookie early in the day ruins the whole diet, so we eat the whole bag of cookies. c. A diet will fix what is "wrong", and after the diet we can go back to our "normal" way of eating. d. Two weeks is enough time to lose 10 pounds. The rules we create in our minds rarely, if ever, mesh with the results of the diet or with the needs of our body. As a result, we become stuck on the hamster wheel of dieting. If you have ever found yourself thinking any one of these things, or something similar, then read on. Read More

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