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The weight loss mistakes you didn’t know you were making

  Here are some mistakes that people make all the time when trying to lose weight. They don’t know they’re making mistakes because these mistakes because they’ve heard these are the right things to do to get to goal. Are you making any of these mistakes? Eating breakfast Oh, I know you’re supposed to eat […]

Try the I love to eat diet

I love eating. It’s my favorite thing to do. Eating is good. People who love to eat are normal. I don’t get along very well with people who don’t like eating. I don’t think they’re trustworthy! There is no need to apologize for loving to eat. There’s no need to apologize for loving rich foods […]

5 reasons why losing weight is torture

Lose weight, feel great. How often have you heard or read that? There’s no escaping the message that “losing weight will make you happy,” but some people will tell you it’s torture. Losing weight isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be. There are downsides to weight loss such as: 1. The food There’s no […]

Diet recovery plan

The day after the Super Bowl there are a lot of unhappy people. I don’t think they live in New England. That nail biter of a game might have contributed to the overeating that is part of the Super Bowl experience. Some folks are feeling both elation and desperation. It could be because they woke […]

Stop eating like there’s no tomorrow

Weighing too much, for me, was a combination of things. I love food, I am naturally inclined to recline, and I tell myself a lot of lies.  I discovered that I’m not different than many other people whose weight tends to rise above “happy” levels. “Happy Weight” is the range usually no more than 5-10 […]

Don’t Become a Fat Victim of Your Environment

There is food everywhere you go, and everywhere you look. There are signs and video and audio messages describing delicious food, telling you where to go to get it, promising it’s worth the trip and a good way to spend your money. You are hard-wired to want food when you think about food. You think […]

Does Obesity Research Offer New Excuses to Keep Us Fat?

As the general manager of a science-based commercial weight management service ( as opposed to a gimmicky marketing-based diet company) I am kept up-to-date on the latest scientific research that helps to solve the puzzle that is how to achieve sustainable weight management.  I shared some of that research in my blogs, 5 Things That […]

What Do You Need for Weight Loss Support?

I wrote a blog called “Can Weight Loss Can Be Depressing?” I experienced moments of frustration and disappointment. I was confused sometimes about why when I did very well adhering to the food plan, I gained instead of lost. I was never what could be described as “depressed” because so far my life has been depression-free. […]