Reading List

5 Steps to a Healthier Lifestyle *

Posted: Aug 29 in Health And Wellness, Reading List, Weight loss by

Most people dream of a happier outlook and the ability to make healthy choices, but it’s difficult to know where to begin to make that desire a reality. Making big changes is great, but often it can be overwhelming and impossible to change your life overnight. [Read more]

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Women, Health, and Money: Could Low Income Cause Weight Issues? *

Posted: Aug 22 in Health And Wellness, Reading List, Weight loss by

Women in low-income households have to deal with numerous challenges. And it turns out, their weight might be one of them. Experts found that individuals with less income tend to eat more unhealthy foods when they’re stressed. This can sabotage their diets and lead to a plethora of health problems. That doesn’t mean it’s hopeless, however. [Read more]

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Intermittent Fasting *

Posted: Feb 06 in Fad Diets, Nutrition, Reading List, Weight loss by

I recently had the pleasure of teaching at a medical weight loss conference alongside Dr. Jason Fung, author of “The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss.” Although fasting is not a new concept, Dr. Fung’s book promotes intermittent fasting as a tool to help with weight loss. Instead of focusing on what  you […]

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Best Weight – Book *

Posted: Aug 11 in Medical Weight Loss News, Reading List by

Every once in a while a book comes along that really revolutionizes the way we think about diet, weight loss, nutrition, or life-long weight control. Many of these examples are on our reading list. Atkins introduced the thought of higher protein, lower carbs. South Beach introduced the idea of healthy fats and healthy carbs, and […]

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Book Review: Women Food and God *

Posted: Oct 15 in Reading List by

I had the good fortune over the past several weeks to read through Geneen Roth’s new book, “Women Food and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything.” This is a deeply introspective look by an individual who has been grappling with emotional issues surrounding eating behavior for several decades. She has dedicated the last 3 […]

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