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Are You and Your Employees Gaining Weight?

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If you or your employees are gaining weight, you may be a part of the problem.

Remember the days when you actually put on a hat and coat, waited for […]



Frequently Asked Question #7

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Question:  Why does weight loss seem so difficult to achieve and maintain?

I think you may underestimate the power and entrenchment of the habits and rituals connected to eating and […]



Frequently Asked Question #6

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Question:  You say you can lose weight and keep it off and still eat “real” desserts. Is this true?

Yes. You can eat real desserts (and real food) in the real […]



Changing Your Conditioned Responses to Certain Foods

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When trying to lose weight, there are certain foods that each person is more attracted to than other foods. Some find the morning cup of coffee quite addictive. To others […]



Unrealistic Expectations Can Cause Failure

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Weight gain is an evolutionary process. Some people call it creeping weight. The scale turtles inexorably upward – a tight skirt, a belt notch, an I-can’t-zip-up-my-pants inch at a time. […]



Frequently Asked Question #3

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Question: Why is it helpful to differentiate between a physical hunger and an emotional hunger?

There’s only one reason to eat: Because you want to nourish your body. And if while you […]



Frequently Asked Question #2

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Question: If all I eat are salads and diet soda, how come I still can’t lose weight? Could coffee, tea, and diet foods contribute to weight gain? They have no calories.

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