Diet Psychology and the Case of “Delicate Debra”

Diet Psychology
By Scott Abel In terms of knowing, accepting and understanding that diet-psychology is ALWAYS going to be more important than “nutrition knowledge and information” -> Take a real client of mine, Debra for instance: Her story follows. And I offer it because it is a common story for ladies, although there may be subtle variations for each individual of course. Debra’s first memories of being...

Gain Weight, Look Better?

Weight Increased while body composition improved
By Chris Sandel, author of The Health Trap Losing weight doesn’t necessarily lead to better looks. Likewise, gaining weight doesn’t necessarily make you look worse. The look of your body is more about changes in the relative proportions of muscle and fat. The number on the scale is almost completely irrelevant in most cases, and many people are making their body composition worse by...

Re-Examining Calories In vs Calories Out

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By Rob Archangel In an effort both self-motivated, and in the interests of research, I have gone over to the dark side, readers. I am now tracking my calorie intake in an experiment to personally test the ‘calories in, calories out’ (CICO) paradigm, and better understand why so many bright and respected minds find success in conscious calorie manipulation if done...

Information about Safe Weight Loss without Dieting

Everyone seems to be looking for a way to achieve safe weight loss and to lose weight without dieting – as in starving yourself.  Can it be done?  Mainstream health authorities believe that it’s impossible. But there is weight loss information out there that is a radical affront to mainstream philosophies on what constitutes safe and effective weight loss.  Perhaps the most radical...

The Best Fat Burning Diets

New fat burning diets are constantly flitting in and out of style, but when it comes to shedding some pounds, many people forget that the objective is not, in any way whatsoever, to lose weight.  In fact, losing anything other than fat has dire consequences.  It brings about physiological changes that stall weight loss by lowering the metabolic rate, curbing energy levels, and greatly increasing...
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